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  1. Hi, I'm really interested to do this procedure but I'm just afraid Im too blond for smp looks good on me. I have the same color of hair of this man ( medium dark blond hair ) who had been denied for smp by a belgium clinic because he is too blond ! Why they tell him that his hair is too light? HIS says it's okay for this kind of color no? Why another company refuses him a treatment? How could we explain that? Does smp really works on medium blond hair or it is more difficult to not look fake? I was really happy to have this option, but if Im not a good candidate it gonna be a nightmare Sorry for my english Best regards
  2. Hello, So I just wrote a really long post but it froze up and didn't post. But, to sum things up I am looking for some advice. I've had 2 treatments because I had some significant hair recession. My issue. Personally I'm having an issue of whether or not I should get my third treatment. To me I've had little noticeable changes with the treatment. Especially compared to other users on this site. I even didn't tell my wife until a few months after and she was upset because I've almost spent $3,000 on 2 treatments with little noticeable effects. Im not trying to be negative about HIS as they were very professional!! Very nice people. The treatments: My practitioner used the shades of 40 (1st treatment) and 38 (2nd treatment). The first 5 days the treatment looked nice. Then the little dots fell off and it looked washed out and faded There was and is no definition to my hair line. it looks faint and smudged. I followed all after treatment procedures. Is my wife and I being unrealistic with this treatment? Is it because I have Light hair ("dirty dishwater" blonde)? Did my practitioner go too light? did it just fade rapidly? should I spend the extra money and get the third? Or am I just crazy? I apologize if this post seems to lack detail. Im just worried Ill lose another post lol *actually crashed 3 times and 4th time realized I need 5 pots to upload a pictures lol wow
  3. Consultations in Chicago

    Dear all I am pleased to announce that Matt, our Clinic Director for the Eastern United States, will be available at our Chicago location for consultations and treatments. The dates Matt will be available are: Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th March Thursday 11th and Friday 12th April If our Chicago clinic is the most convenient location for you and you've been waiting for a suitable consultation date, this may be your ideal opportunity. As always your consultation is free and without obligation, and provides the ideal opportunity to see the treatment for real and in as much detail as you desire, and ask as many questions as you wish. If you would like to join us for an informal consultation please call our US admin team on 1-855-447-4247 or email usa@hishairclinic.com