Leaderboard


Popular Content

Showing most liked content since 02/19/2019 in all areas

  1. 3 points
    There won't be a mirror in the country that won't get looked in lol. Looking great. Congratulations
  2. 2 points
    SHVD

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    Nice looking solid first session, hard to tell due to the first session redness but I am going to say that after your second session you may well feel comfortable to get away with a daily buzz on a 0 guard. Get used to the chilly ears tho... I think your hairline fits the remaining hair you have, the next session will give more ooomff but do be prepared to procrastinate endlessly for weeks to yourself with whataboutery, it passes.
  3. 1 point
    Hi there They can match smp to wet or rotary shave. I personally wet shave the top of my head (nw3) and rotary shave the sides & back. My hair was dark brown on the top & grey on the sides & this works best for me best anti-shine product is Peter Thomas Roth no health risk ink will not turn blue if you want to go low key, I’d ask for a receding look with a feathered hairline hope this helps
  4. 1 point
    gm68

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    I'm happy with the hairline for now. If/when I return for a third session I might ask for what bobobaldy suggested, i.e. slightly lower the middle with a light and sparse sprinkle. I'm seeing a slight reverse asymmetric look (opposite from first session - right temple is now higher). I might consider dropping a very few dots in there to correct that slightly. A little more density on top would still be good I think - although for the moment the look fits my 'thinning on top' story to some degree. All of that and maybe a sprinking of slightly darker dots on top? For now though I'm going to take the advice to hold off for a while before booking a third session. It looks pretty good as it is - no rush. In the meantime I'd genuinely welcome any comments thay may be helpful in advance of any third session.
  5. 1 point
    Vinnydiesel, thanks a lot. That's immensely helpful! Looks great by the way, really like how it turned out for you.
  6. 1 point
    Have you considered rotary shave before bed? Then your bracing the world with 8 hour stubble. Personally I would slightly lower the middle with a light and sparse sprinkle. Ideally the hairline is a blur rather than a line.Im sure once the redness subsides and pigment fades it will soften further.
  7. 1 point
    SHVD

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    Nice blending which I am sure when the redness goes in a day or so and you have a fresh buzz will bring it together. Your hair at the sides almost touch at the top of your head which I think is a bonus when framing SMP, it creates a sort of halo of stubble which really fools the eye about the pigmented area, obviously under closer scrutiny you will notice the difference but I reckon you will be able to have a daily 0 guard shave instead of foil shaving. Try to wait for the third session to assess how it fades, I'd say maybe eight weeks minimum, you will know then how it settles unlike after three when you're still kinda guessing.
  8. 1 point
    this is looking very good now mate. congrats.
  9. 1 point
    baldy-locks

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    How did the 2nd treatment go?
  10. 1 point
    baldy-locks

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    You definitely need to get your hair shorter mate. I was sold my treatment (not HIS) with the understanding that I needed to, at least, rotary shave... remember smp is 2D, hair is 3D I’m glad you mentioned your hairline cos I thought it was a bit straight (didn’t want to offend) & high. Would look better lowered in the middle to make it more receded
  11. 1 point
    baldy-locks

    Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    Suits you pal... be interested to see a pic when the redness has gone down defo need to at least rotary/foil shave or even wet shave
  12. 1 point
    Awesome man...welcome to the Cue Ball Army... Any pics?
  13. 1 point
    First session this afternoon with Ian and Ranbir. Typing this at New Street station waiting for train to airport. All good so far, think I'm liking my hair this short. Pain level was noticeable but mostly a non-issue - although when treating certain areas it was slightly more unpleasant. Now genuinely excited about the end result and even more so about getting my life back! But man, I look dreadful bald.......
  14. 1 point
    Lt.Col Kojak Slaphead III

    Sunbeds and smp

    It will fade the treatment, and not uniformly. The finer dots will disappear and you will have more a 1st session look with sparser larger dots. I would recommend using a gradual tanner on your scalp and just tanning it in natural sunlight not for too long.
  15. 1 point
    JCVD

    Ink for a Norwood 6

    Being a Norwood 6 you will get good coverage on treatment 1 with a lighter shade of pigmentation. The 2nd session was major density for me and very noticeable that I had work done 2 days after the treatment.
  16. 1 point
    Charlie

    Ink for a Norwood 6

    Yeah I’d take a few extra days off if I could. Just gonna bite the bullet on Monday morning and see how it goes lol !! I’m thinking really light first treatment, see how it settles, down then go a bit darker on the second. Good luck with your treatment though mate, hope we both get what we’re looking for 👍
  17. 1 point
  18. 1 point
    Johnm

    Sleeping on it ;-)

    I was slightly nervous on sleeping on it at first but it was absolutely fine, caused me no problems at all. Nerves is something we all have before it, enjoy the experience though I'm sure you will get great results!
  19. 1 point
    I tell them I have horrible curly hair that is thinning. You must be surprised by how many people don’t understand balding. The ignorance level is huge. They think you bald even though u see ttoo