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MorzineP

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About MorzineP

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    United States
  • State
    CO

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Patchy or Total Hair Loss (Alopecia Areata)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 5 years
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood III
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair
    Maintain and Regrow Hair
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration
    Considering Non-Surgical Treatments
    I'm here for support

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)

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  1. Thanks again. For those following along,, unfortunately I went out to a few stores today and have tried Dermatch, Fill-in Powder, Color Spray, Toppik Fibers and various combinations of them all. And each combo had the same result, with the scar still showing, like in the photos. Recommend not getting yourself into this situation. Guess I need to wait until my hair grows out or until I find another solution. Open to other ideas if anyone has them.
  2. Thanks. And to be fair - when I went in for a haircut, the scar wasn't showing and since it had been 3 weeks, I didn't think it would be visible so I just instructed her to use the #5 guard. Only after did I realize it would show. Update: I went to the store and found a cover-up spray. It wasn't that one exactly but figured this would be similar. https://www.lorealparisusa.com/products/hair-color/products/root-touch-up/magic-root-cover-up.aspx?shade=light-to-medium-blonde Unfortunately more of the same - scar still very visible. New image attached with results from cover-up spray. Still not there yet. Any other ideas??
  3. Thanks Dhyan - however I work in an office setting and wearing a cap isn't an option. So looking for other ideas / success stories.
  4. I recently had a small FUE procedure to add 200 grafts into a previous FUT scar. My hair was long and the procedure was done without shaving, however the dr. did clip the hair along the linear scar to allow for graft placement. My hair was long and it was totally undetectable. It has been a little over 3 weeks from the procedure and I got a haircut yesterday with a #5 clipper around the sides/back. I didn't realize the extent that cutting the hairs around the scar would leave a noticeable gap/line in my hair, the length of the scar. In looking at the back of my head, there now is a full line the length of the scar and I'm looking for help. How can I conceal while it grows out? I tried Dermatch powder to cover it up but since hair is missing along the scar, the line on the back of my head is still very visible. Wondering if anyone has any other ideas to help conceal? I included a photo WITH the Dermatch concealer applied, so you can see how it looks. It's not doing the trick so looking for other ideas. I decided to stay home from work today and am looking for help urgently so I don't need to work from home for a couple weeks. Thanks in advance.
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