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  1. Hello everyone, I've been doing a lot of research on SMP over the last couple of weeks. I actually haven't shaved my head yet...TOMORROW! Wish me luck. Anyway, I've seen a lot of amazing results that people have posted after 1/2/3 treatments. However I'm having a hard time finding results for people after they've had their 4-6 yr touch ups. I understand that the ink's used in SMP don't spread/bleed as traditional tattoo inks, which was one of my original concerns. However my question is, regarding the 4-6 year touch up process, it's seems unlikely that the SMP artist is going to perfectly align the new impressions with those that were made during the previous sessions. Isn't this going to result in an overall faded gray layer of the scalp with new clearer / darker impressions over top? I've seen some sketchy looking SMP results which look like there is an entire pigmented/grey layer to the scalp, which just looks like they've colored / painted their scalp and it looks very obvious unnatural especially on a caucasian. Can anyone speak to this concern or point me to people who have had their 4-6 year touch up with equally great results and without this "painted on" layer look? Thank you!