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  1. Hi, I am here to tell my story about hair loss and the SMP treatments that I received at the Birmingham Clinic which started 2 years ago with Andra Dascalu. I started losing my hair in my third year at university when I was 23, I knew quite early, even though it wasn't apparent to other people that I was going to loose my hair and that it was going to change the way I looked and felt about myself. My hair loss became the biggest thing in my life, it really affected my confidence and I felt as if the future had been stolen from me. I remember feeling at the time that I didn't want to have my life anymore, if I didnt look good and feel good then there was no way the future could be bright. I knew that it would make me more introverted, less confident, less outspoken and too self conscious to be around my friends. I felt like my hair became a symbol that I wasn't meant to acheive anything and that it proved I didn't fit in with the people that I admired. When I thought of one of my friends saying "god you are going bald dude" it made me shudder and still does. I cannot express enough how I let it get in the way of everything going on in my life, I became self-conscious around my family, began to depend alot emotionally on my girlfriend at the time whilst not really being there for her because this problem was consuming me completely. One of the worst things about losing your hair is the gradual process, checking it in the mirror everyday and catching your hair in a certain light giving you the signs of future baldness. Sometimes I would look in the mirror obsessively and get so worked up that it would ruin my week and send me into a deep depression. I became vacant with my girlfriend and family and for so long it made my daily existence so anxious. I thought that my girlfriend would leave me, I would have no confidence to attract a girl I actually liked and that it would make me the but of jokes socially and amongst my family. I also used to think that I would rather have my hair than a degree or a house or even my girlfriend, I became truly obsessed and couldn't get past the trauma. I tried beta sitosterol, saw palmetto certain types of amino acids, caffeine shampoo and head massages but nothing really helped and if anything I think the stress of maintaining this routine might have been counter productive. SMP I got to the point where I wanted a fresh start and was about to start a new job - I didnt want anybody to know that I was losing my hair because I thought it might affect me professionally. So before I started the new job I went to the Birmingham clinic and decided to go for the treatment and reinvent myself with what would look like a short buzzed cut (hopefully) but with a strong hair line at least. I decided to go for it in September 2015. I was really scared going in, I thought that it wouldnt look convincing and that maybe it would just look ridiculous and artificial. My practitioner was Andra Dascalu and she was amazing, so kind and friendly and we talked about documentaries, yoga, spiritualism and what we were up to in life. The procedure was generally painless apart from certain areas of the scalp. The first session must have lasted about three hours and when I first saw it I thought wow! I was a little worried as the dots were quite large but I was told that they would settle down when the skin had stopped swellling. Over the next couple of days I just kept myself to myself and cared for the tattoo as I was told, after the tattoo had settled down I really started to love it. I remember looking in the mirror and feeling relief and joy and like I had gotten something back, I really loved that it just appeared as though as was shaving it close by choice and that I could grow hair if I wanted. The tattoo faded slightly over the next few weeks (which is totally normal) and I had to get two other top up sessions, these top ups gave an even more natural look to my hair and made the look even more convincing. I had let myself get pretty out of shape due to several factors, but the tattoo actually got me back in the gym and made me beleive I could make something of myself again that I could be proud of. Taking this bold step has started a generally positive chain reaction of getting back into shape, dressing better, being more confident and being more optimistic about the future and my own life. I was able to transition without anyone really noticing as for the last year of my hair loss I was living abroad and nobody I knew saw me when my hair loss was really obvious. I have told everyone close to me and they cannot beleive that it isnt real. One of the major bonuses of having this done is that it stops the endless checking of your hair in the mirror, it gives you stability, you look the same everyday and you look like you have hair which is massive. I myself cant tell unless I get really close up where my 'real' hair begins and the tattoo ends. Before I got the treatment I watched all the videos on youtube and went in for a consultation. I decided that it looked great for people even with a light skin tone like me and that I was going to do it. I would say to anyone thinking about it that they shouldn't worry that it wont look natural becuase it will, the practitioners are experts and they really know what they are doing. I have had this SMP tattoo for over two years and people have rubbed my head and not even they suspect a thing, it really is like having really short but full head of hair. In my opinion getting SMP isnt a way for you to hide who you are but it is a way of surviving and staying who you are.
  2. I have referred a client to HIS Hair who has completed his procedure. I was in talks with Hayley over at the corporate office over A MONTH ago, she assured me that the payment is being sent for the referral. Asked for my bank acct and routing number. It has been over A MONTH now and still no payment or no response. HIS I have, had, a lot of faith in you. This is unacceptable, especially when you're making tons of money worldwide with your clinics, the least you can do is be responsible and accountable to paying off people that bring you business. This is ridiculous that I have to beg for my referral. Zuber Malek Houston TX
  3. Hello, everyone! I'm in the process of training at HIS in Birmingham, to become a SMP practitioner. To get some final hands-on experience, I am offering several candidates the chance to receive a full SMP treatment of 3 full sessions each maximum, for FREE! No strings, no games, no hidden fees or costs. I started training in August of last year. I just need to do a few more clients to get some extra practice. All treatments, sessions, designs, every step will be done under the direct and constant supervision of the top practitioners of HIS, so you can be assured that you'll get a top notch result at HIS standards of excellence. Sessions/dates will be booked around my training schedule, and in coordination with you. The first 2 sessions will be done about 1 week apart, the third about 4 weeks after. All work to be done at HIS clinic in Birmingham. Once we get the ball rolling, I shall put you in contact with the person in charge of training so you can confirm directly that this is 100% legitimate, for your peace of mind. I've also had the SMP myself, so I know first hand about the journey, what to expect, what it feels like, and what to deliver. If interested, dont wait, just pm me now. (click on my icon to open my profile, and then send message) At some point, after we are in contact, I will require some clear photos and a little info from you. So the deal is: I get some more practice , you get a great SMP and save $$$'s, and its a win-win. Thanks , and best wishes
  4. Hi Guys, and Gals My name is Charlie and I am training to become an SMP practitioner at HIS in Birmingham. I am looking for models who would like to get a top notch SMP treatment at the best clinic in the world, and for the best possible price: FREE! I will personally be doing every step and all the work on you under the constant supervision of the Senior Practitioners at HIS, so you can be assured that you will get the best possible care and attention to detail possible. I have been training for several months at HIS in all aspects of Scalp Micropigmentation, and I have practiced all the techniques and phases of the process. I have also had the SMP procedure done myself, so I know first hand all of the concerns, issues and worries that new clients have. My goal is to help others like me get the best, most natural, and undetectable look, which is what they do at HIS anyway. If interested, please email me right away at, or PM me (private message, you know! click on my icon to see my profile, and select "send message") and please send me some clear photos in focus of yourself, full face- from the front, and profiles-from the sides, thanks and best wishes ________
  5. My new HIS hair diary!

    Hey guys, I just booked my first session at the Houston Clinic for next week. I'll start off by giving a quick story about myself and we will take it from there! I am in my late 20's, started losing my hair around the age of 22 and when it was thinning I was using those stupid black magnetic fibers which became a hassle and expensive. I am already married and my wife accepted my hairless fate, so I didn't have to worry about attracting a potential mate. I was a slave to the hat though, baseball hats, snap backs, anything that covered my head. Once I shaved it, I still didn't feel 100% liberated, I just felt weird, and my head is not a weird shape, and many many people have said that I look really good with the bald look, I still missed those thick curls lol I have been researching HIS Hair for... wait for it... 4 years now lol Yes, I was on the fence for 4 years, and not simply because of not being able to make up my mind, I didn't have the finances to go through with it. Every time I did, I would need it more towards other areas in my life. I didn't want to wear a wig, that would have made me a damn slave to the hair piece, and I want to play basketball, swim and work out, and didn't want sweat build up in there. I didn't want a hair transplant because lets be honest, they still haven't really perfected it, and besides costing tons and tons of money, I felt it was too extreme for not that great results. So when I stumbled upon HIS, I was like wow this is excellent, I have watched the videos for quite some time now, even had an online consultation. This was when I lived in NJ, I recently moved to Houston and a few months ago I started researching again and found that WOW, there is a clinic in HOUSTON! Back in Jersey I would have just traveled over the bridge to NY. Anyways I finally saved up the money to pay for it, I absolutely fell in love with the 5 ' 0 clock shadow look on top. Previously I hated going to formal functions, I couldn't wear my hat, and being bald in a suit, for me, just felt weird.My social media profiles are completely littered with hat pics, nothing but goddamn hat pics and old pictures of me with hair. I booked my first session with IAN in Houston, a practitioner that I have heard is experienced and from the UK. I am nervous, yet excited and feel liberated that I am finally going through with this. I will post a few pictures of me with my hair and some with my head shaved. I enjoy reading everyone's diaries so here is mine guys! Good luck to you all!
  6. HisHair Cares

    Let me just say that Hishair treats their customers like good friends instead of just a customer. Zang is was a pleasure to speak with and a big shot out to Ian and Rainbir. Zang’s touch made the touch up easy and Zang don’t forget to listen to that Japanese music that we listen to that day. Thanks bro!!
  7. So, I plucked up the courage for smp into my strip scar from a ht some years ago. Although my scar coverage is good, i am now left with a blue line on my head instead of a skin/scar coloured line. Which is actually a bigger eyesore, so defeats the object of camouflage. I have received the lightest shade. I am 3 weeks post procedure from my 2nd smp session, and am very sceptical about going for a third. Anyone had the same? any comments etc much appreciated. pics below, before procedure and after 2procedures.
  8. When HIS Clinic in Italy?

    When HIS Hair Clinic is going to open in Italy? I hope next year...
  9. SMP with Total Cover Plus

    Hi all, I have had SMP for a few years now which has changed my life considerably. From reading the forum, many of you have used or currently use multiple techniques to cover hair loss. Like HIS, there are many other companies out there who are using other techniques to conceal hair loss - like Advanced Hair Studio and more recently Total Cover Plus according to research. From reading, they seem like glorified wigs with advantages such as being able to wash, sweat etc with them in your hair. I noticed Total Cover Plus are charging around 300 pounds per system which is then fitted and cut by a specialised stylist apparently lasting a recommended 7 weeks. My basic question being is anybody planning to use any of these types of methods in conjunction with HIS or even has anybody attempted this in the past? I have noticed people using SMP to enhance the look of hair transplants etc so I am curious to know if anybody has/is planning to do this. Cheers
  10. Considering SMP

    Hi guys my name is Jeremy. My hair loss story is a little more unique than most. I am 24 years old and have always had thick brown hair. Two years ago I lost my Mom to cancer who I was very close to. This as you can imagine caused me allot of stress. About 8 months later I got my hair cut & the barber pointed out tons of bald patches. some are pretty big , I have no idea how I did not notice my self even with my hair longer. I immediately went to a dermatologist where I was diagnosed with scarring Alopecia. The derm said he did not know what caused the scarring alopecia & gave me steroid shots to try to promote growth. the shots did not help at all & actually caused 3 pretty big dents in my scalp that have not gone away. i am also pretty upset at myself because I think i might of caused the scarred areas by vigorously rubbing/ scratching my head especially in the shower which was a nervous habit that i had. I am wondering if anybody knows a way to fix the dents in my scalp that way i could get smp don?. i also have some redness in the areas. Lastly there areas all over my head(worst is front & top) will smp give me good coverage? I know i kind of rambled on I apologize for that but as you can tell i am a little nervous as this is the first time i told anyone outside of my family about my problem. Thanks for reading