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  1. Thank's! I was worried that that would have been double-grafts or something like that. So the hairs from the donor area are thicker, I didn't know that. I'd be curious from someone that has had HT for more than a year and currently buzzes his hair would post photos and see how it looks.
  2. Appreciate the answer. I asked the doctor but haven't heard back yet. If anyone else can chime in, that would be great.
  3. Appreciate the help, but I don't want to tamper much with different lengths. I'll let it grow for now and try again for a buzzcut in a few months. Tomorrow at midday I'll try to shoot a few more with sunlight.
  4. Honestly, when I move and with natural light I see it very differently and jarringly, and not so much in these photos. But it also might be that I'm not objective.
  5. Appreciate the answer, Luke. I admit that in the photos it looks more “samier” and “blended-in” that in real life. Was in the gym today and all I could see was my hair triangle of transplanted hair sticking out like a sore thumb. Anyway, I wanted to try. Now I’ll let it grow.
  6. Thanks, Mick. Did he told you when it would be safe to use? 1 year mark, longer?
  7. That’s reassuring. When I look at it I only see much thicker and darker hairs in the front.
  8. Right now I'm at the 7th month mark post hair transplant. I wonder if it's safe to use a lightening hair product like John Frieda, or if it can be risky in any way. https://www.johnfrieda.com/en-us/products/sheer-blonde/hair-lightening-spray/
  9. I bit the bullet and buzzed it down to guard number 2. From my perspective, it really shows that I had HT done as the transplant area seems to have a different texture and density. But it also could be my paranoia. Please be straight on your opinion. The hair will grow, so it’s not a tragedy if right now it doesn’t look good. I just wanna know if I can trust my eyes or not. I don’t think the photo really captures it, but IMO all the contour line from the front looks much more thicker than the “inside” part.
  10. Apologies for hijacking your topic, but I bit the bullet and buzzed it down to guard 2. From my perspective, it really shows that I had HT done as the transplant area seems to have a different texture, color and density. But it also could be my paranoia. Please be straight on your opinion. The hair will grow, so it’s not a tragedy if right now it doesn’t look good. I don’t think the photo really captures it, but IMO all the contour line from the front looks much more thicker than the “inside” part.
  11. It's gonna be summer and I love having it buzzed after getting out of the gym shower and not having to touch it. Also, right now it isn't fully grown yet (7 months, around 40%, then?) and I kinda want to wait for it be fuller and thicker before letting it grow longer. How do you think mine looks now with natural light, by the way? It seems that the transplanted area is growing nice, but my crown and middle aren't as populated as I remembered.
  12. I’m on the 7th month mark after my HT, so I finally can buzz my hair with clippers, but I’m worried that then my transplant might show. How do I think if it’ll look good before doing it?
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