Originally Posted by northeastguy
I'm sure the Newbies would understand what I was getting at. It is far from contradictory......I never said it was impossible to have a thin line from a strip. I've seen them. However, I've seen far to many wide ones. I'm simply saying it's not worth the risk in my opinion. As one has more and more procedures, the likelyhood of that scar remaining thin decreases. If one is going to keep their hair long for the rest of their life then it is really a none issue.... if not, I would really research which option is best based on thier current and future hair lose as well as future plans.
... Dr Rahal does great work. Your results look very natural.
Thanks NEguy. I respect your opinion and if your first post (and topcats) on this topic was similar then I probably wouldn't have posted. I did so because I wanted to give the OP a more balanced view.
And I am know I am very fortunate with my strip scar and that I have no idea what it would be like to live with a stretched one.
Good luck with your results.