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  1. Looks a really good idea. Guessing anyone outside India can't buy till this covid situation sorts it self out as everything on Ebay from India looks on hold.
  2. Looks a really thin scar, you planning to smp donor or leave as is?
  3. Is your donor ok when you hair is cut short? Hairline is lacking density looks like 1500-2000 grafts instead of 4500. You look like you had the hair characteristics for a really killer result. I don't think this result is acceptable for the amount of grafts you paid for Design wise I seem to the only one who thinks they have done the right design just basically mimicked what you already had. In the short term the spiked hairstyle really isnt doing you are favours, when you had more of a swept hair style (Pic 9/10) suited you much better. With perhaps some hair fillers or equivalent until you have another surgery.
  4. As others have said Caucasians in particular don't have set hairlines. Your Temple points (Side triangles) are fine and you would have to see the very best surgeons to even try and attempt replicating temple points. Essentially you have a broad face shape, which is why you consider than your temple points look off. Now your hairline may be a little high (To me it looks fine)however without a full face picture we couldn't definitively tell. The only option you have is lowering your hairline and you have the right hair colour to get a decent result, thought its doubtful any ethical surgeon would consider it. Your hair looks really good to me, I think a lot of us on here would be happy with what you have, might consider a different hairstyle.
  5. I had 1200 grats at the same place and yeah I have a halo effect, worst part is that some has been taken in a line. Though yours had significantly improved since you first posted. With FUE i thought shock loss was normally nearly always in the native hairs not donor. Already looking for smp providers in the uk to cover the halo effect Think lesson is pay for the top package and in my case I should have had donor shaved.
  6. You obviously had perfect hair characteristics for a transplant, (Similar to Spanish/Italian hair) but even so one of the best results i have seen.
  7. I assume/hope you mean 0.8mm not 8mm. You have the option of body hair as well.
  8. Its lower than it was, but i wouldn't call your new hairline a low hairline. Just no longer receded. Someone like Frank vincent has a abnormally low hairline.
  9. I had it to cover a strip scar, did a lot of research and went to a independent SMP specialist/tattooist. I was lucky it was local and I wouldnt trust a UK HT doc. I found it fine on non scar areas but painful on scar tissue. Took 3 sessions and 4 years later I am still satisfied with it. 2 a week apart and then one after a month. Actually worked out really well price wise and it did break the white contrast scar that I was getting with short hair, i can now get away with a 2.5/3 if i wanted. Thickening effect could work well depending on your hair style but it wouldn't work in a big bald area only around a thin patch like you mentioned to break contrasts. Seeing your Video even under bright light it looks fine to me, i think you might be better with body hair as they may ask you to shave around your crown as they will need to blend ithe smp in with your existing hair.
  10. I doubt anyone would notice unless they had a picture of you in their hand to compare. Could always go to a different town to get a haircut where you dont know anyone. Only one person noticed when I was in a similar shape to you and i just said that my barber has said I might have folliculitis and using shampoo till it clears.
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