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5 month, empty spaces between the hair.

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voids between the hair, is this normal? . 5 months, I don't like it a bit, such spaces. You can't see how to set the haircut, but when you stretch it, you can see these empty spaces. Any advice? what can I do? will anything else grow there?







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Wouldn't be worried about  spaces at 5 months, still pretty early in the process tbh. Review around the 8/9 month period but bear in mind you want to give it the full 12 months.

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It’s normal for 5 months, nothing to be alarmed, it takes 12 months to see full results.

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As the others said, it looks normal for 5 months. It will fill in more and and the individual hairs will thicken over the next few months which will eliminate the visual space between the grafts.





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