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SomeMagicalProcedure

Couldnt convince them it’s ink

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Hello all!

I just wanted to share a funny story. My background is  3500 grafts FUE and now two sessions of SMP, the last one 10 days ago. I was at a party and was chatting with a group of people, one of which a hair dresser, and the subject of hair came up, surprise surprise. I actually told them my head was tatooed, but they wouldn’t believe me. I tried to convince them, they looked up close and felt my head but they wouldn’t believe that it wasnt just a shaved head. I’m not saying it’s undetectable, I can see my own scars and dots, but for people not familiar with it, it looks pretty damn natural 😅 

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This gives me even more hope. I've been having cold feet about this procedure still, but if a hair dresser can't tell then maybe I'm thinking too much? Got anymore details of the convo? Do chicks dig the shaved look these days.

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I think the only people who will ever truly "catch you out" (even though they probably aren't bothered anyhow) are those who have studied the procedure.  I was at a festival last week and walked past a family sitting on the grass enjoying a picnic. Straight away I looked at the guy and thought "SMP". I walked behind him and as the sun shone on his head I could clearly pick out his natural hair horse-shoe. But I bet I was the only person who spotted it and like I said above, people aren't going to bother you either way,

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I would say that people who are losing their hair or have lost their hair entirely are experts at spotting it because they think about it on a every day basis and examine hair loss more closely.

That is why they can call out a bad toupee, bad transplants or a bad smp job.

I also think that some of the best smp practitioners are the ones who have lost hair themselves 

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