First treatment In paris
Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:01 PM
well after 6 days since my second traitment i m very very disapointed, the treatment became very very light, lighter than after the 1st treatment.........
Posted 23 January 2013 - 08:50 AM
No problem :)
It seems you're going through the normal process. I know its frustrating when the pigments fade, but a lot of clients need a third session as BullyBully says.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 07:33 PM
Fly were you quoted for just 2 sessions then? I'd be very surprised if HIS didn't cover themselves by stating that if required then a third would be at an additional cost. I've gone in to this thinking it would be wonderful if 2 treatments were sufficient but this is rare to be honest so I'm prepared to do as many as it needs. I'd advise anyone considering this treatment not to have any pre-conceived ideas about how many treatments they need. Our physiology is as different as our hair colour and none of us know beforehand how well the pigments will take. I'm waiting a few more weeks settling time then will book my third treatment for ASAP. I have no major issues so far but one of my side profiles has faded a little and I think I'd benefit from a touch up here and there and more density. Incidentally mine looks great in all my mirrors at home but under a 5 foot flourescent tube light in my office I get that greying effect at the moment and I hate it. I'm hoping that as I continue to settle that it will improve.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 11:18 PM
What exactly have you had done? In the sense that, you have no before pictures so it's hard to tell whether you just had your hairline slightly lowered, or were a full on nw6, or had a bald spot at the back.
The fact that, looking at your pictures, I cannot tell what is MHT and what is hair is perhaps testament to the good job they have done, but obviously if you're not happy with what you see in real life it needs to be resolved...
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