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Yul brimming

Rapid fade on 'top up'

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Had a 'top up' in Manchester recently - updated machines, thinner needles, a lot quicker and great practitioner. Trouble is that it has faded very quickly within a few weeks and now looks like it use to before the treatment and expenditure

 

Before treatmentpost-267999-0-93474600-1493694304_thumb.jpg

 

Immediately after treatment -post-267999-0-08569900-1493694351_thumb.jpg

 

Now (faded very quickly)post-267999-0-98425600-1493694415_thumb.jpg post-267999-0-54897500-1493694431_thumb.jpg

 

Due to the rapid fading I feel that this hasn't achieved what I wanted - please advise 

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I agree with permanent vacation. Immediately after doesn't lookl super natural. It really shows how we all want different things. I feel like a lot of people would be on here complaining if theirs was as dark as your after photo. Personally i think there could be a balance between the two. I'd call customer service if you aren't satisfied.

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The end result of SMP should look as if you just shaved your head. For your skin tone it actually looks right color. Even dark. As long as it is even and not patchy and you can see individual follicles pigmented that should be your concern I believe.

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Agreed that the last set of pics you took are under harsh lighting in comparison to the before and immediately after treatment pictures.  

 

Try taking pics with the same lighting as the first two for an apple to apple comparison.

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Thanks for the input and I agree with the lighting difference in the photos because in some lights it looks darker than others. I'll see how it goes in the next few weeks. Still think SMP is one of the best decisions I have ever made. Can't imaging being without it. When I look at photos before I ever had my first treatment years ago it confirms my belief that SMP is quite a transformation for the better and money well spent. 

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