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piperz last won the day on August 27 2013

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About piperz

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  • Birthday 11/22/1979

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    Complementary currencies, Monetary policies, trading, Gold, Silver, Boxing, Mike Patton's music, Good wine, Good food,
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    Norwood 7
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  1. Broken Hairlines

    Hello everyone, I'm 33 years old from Italy. I have been suffering from baldness since my twenties. I am particurally interested in MHT. having said that I think the company is overlooking something really important in the way they design the hairlines. I see that the vast majority of treatments show a sharp , very defined, too straight to be true, hairline. I wonder if this is the clients choice or the only way hairlines can be designed using MHT technique. I believe this is a deal breaker for thousands of people potentially interested in this treatment. The hair tranplant business has experienced the very same problem in the 80's. Hairlines used to be too straight and baby dool like. Now the best surgeons prefer a zig zag like effect that mimics the way hair really grow in 90% of people's head. I would like to invite all clients that have gone for a more ragged look to post their pics in this thread. I think this is the main cause of concern for many. Overall the treatment looks brilliant. So far I have seen very few hairlines that look ''real''. I also read that the company ha recently started to take notice of this problem and is currently trying to address it. I would love to know more about this from moderator and other forum members. thank you very much for your time and attention,
  2. Has anyone gone from Hair units to SMP

    Hello confused. I used to wear a unit. A very expensive one. Videos and pictures looked amazing. The unit looked good for the firt two months but then it all went dowhill (fraying of the front lace, discoloration, burnt knots, ecc,ecc) I was extremely disappointed by the overall experience. I had enough of it roughly 3 years ago and stopped wearing hair. I have been shaving since. My worry is to go through the same roller coster of emotions with this type of treatment. I must say videos and pictures look very promising. I think that they should work more on the hairlines as some of them are just too sharp and defined. I am planning to have a consultation in August either in Manchester or Birningham. If they are able to produce a more '' zig zag " like hairline by placing few dots "out of place" I really think that this has the potential to be the best thing around for hiding/treating baldness. fingers crossed,