kinggidorah

The Dreaded Harsh Light and Bathroom Light

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Hello everyone!<div>Long long long time lurker in the forums. Used to follow the forums when HisHair was only in the UK.  At that time I was seriously considering flying to UK to have my MHT done, glad they opened up in Los Angeles saved me time and money hahah.</div><div>This is my first post though, needed to clear up some issues of lighting on the forum. Let me know what you guys think</div><div></div><div>First off a little about me. I was one of the first people to get mht from the Los Angeles clinic in Sept of 2011. I've had 4 sessions so far. #1 and #2 from Sam, #3 from Matt and number #4 from Aldemar. My crown keeps fading a little plus Im a norwood 7-8 lol almost no hair at all so the reason for so many sessions.</div><div></div><div>This has been seriously one of the best things I have done for myself. HisHair has been nothing but professional and always was there to help when I had concerns of fading and my MHT not matching in the beginning.</div><div></div><div>Ive noticed that MHT looks better and better after each session. I think the more sessions  you have the better the final result will be, even under harsh or the dreaded bathroom light. </div><div></div><div>I wanted to provide some pictures under these situations to show how MHT holds up with someone that has had it for almost a year now and 4 sessions .</div><div></div><div>So I used my 7D canon and a 50mm f/1.4 lens to get a better detail than an iPhone. The harsh light comes from a super bright fluorescent light I have in my hallway. I took the pictures directly under the light.</div>

 

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Looks nice that King. Koudos to Sam & Matt also for this treatment, and it shows whoever treats you, you will get a great job.  I actually find my head looks better under a fluorescent light for some reason? I think the toughest light is sunlight. Great job.

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Thanks guys, its been a great journey. Thanks to all that have worked on my head at HisHair. I just have to say I totally understand that this is a process and it takes a while to achieve the look. But once it is finished its is amazing!


@safron yes I wet shave against the grain every day. But even when my hair starts to grow for a day it still looks fine. 

@damien Im glad to finally get the famous DAMIEN welcome hahah Ive read so many of your comments I practically feel like Ive known you for years

@skinheadboi thank you. I have followed your journey on the forums for awhile also. I agree sometimes my head even looks more defined in certain fluorescent lighting. Sunlight looks good on my head also. The only lighting I do see some problems is the yellow bathroom lighting. But very minimal.

Thanks again guys and hopefully this helps out anyone on the fence thinking about getting MHT. Its a process but once you complete it, its amazing!!  


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Thanks for the post and pictures.Its great that you did this.It provides encouragement and peace of mind for those thinking about or are in the middle of the procedure.
Your head looks great.100% seemless and undetectable.Well done man.
Best of luck in the future.

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Thanks guys once again. I tell you Sam, Matt and Aldemar really know their stuff. Those are some of the nicest and funniest guys I have met. Aldemar really hit a home run with his expertise when we did my 4th session. <div><div>I was skimming through the forums and one of the main concerns I kept reading about was how MHT held up in the lighting. </div><div>Hope this sheds "some light" on the subject. No pun intended hahahah</div></div><div></div><div>Also here is a before picture so you can see where I started from. Isn't the best quality but it shows I had no hair to start with! wow what a difference</div>

 

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