Your hair is progressing nicely! I think you may want to grow your hair a bit longer, maybe 4-5# at minimum to conceal the donor scars (whenever you do choose to let it grow). With the added density to your crown, and the reduced density in your donor area, the sides may come with a vengeance. They will be thicker than a Snickers, and you may want to use thinning shears to lighten their bulk (eventually). I asked for thinning shears on my sides and crown area, and I think everything looks more uniform. I just warn against the contrast that will develop (similar to the contrast you currently see with the donor).
Great post on the awareness of rubbing the scalp with the fingers rather than scratching. I remember how itchy my scalp was at that phase, and it is tempting to scratch. I did a mix of patting and rubbing to sate the itch.
Thanks for keeping us all updated! Photos are informative and great job keeping up positivity through the process.
Thanks JJ! Appreciate it!
Yeah, i think the early improvement from microneedling & Minoxidil has helped give a bit more even density which I’m glad, and hopefully it will get better and I get @Shifty level results in addition to the HT results haha 🤞🏻
Hi! I believe we are both dealing with very similar hairline issues and had operations at the same time. wishing you the best ... im a fan of bloxham's work!
how many grafts were your other procedures btw?