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    Default Really bad hairlines!

    What is with all the really bad hairlines with SMP procedures? This is making the industry look like a joke. I'm assuming that most of the SMP staff don't know howto make a natural hairline. They are all perfectly straight and silly. What's the issue?

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    I've noticed that too. They often say that the client asked to have that kind of hair line.

    I think it looks ridiculous. If I were to go for SMP, I'd ask to do something way more diffuse for the front.

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    Looks like a dolls head I had when I was a kid. You guys need to read "Up in the air"s posting about fixing that un-natural looking hairline. He uses make up and gives very good instructions on doing it yourself. I did it for my husband and it really helped it look more natural. Not sure why they haven't figured this out yet, give them more time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0kly View Post
    Oh god, how can that guy walk around with that crap on his scalp?

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    The hairline design is absolutely embarrassing.
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    he looked better with just a shaven head..

    this one is pretty bad too..
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QQ9XZUxw6GI

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngin View Post
    What is with all the really bad hairlines with SMP procedures? This is making the industry look like a joke. I'm assuming that most of the SMP staff don't know howto make a natural hairline. They are all perfectly straight and silly. What's the issue?
    I think younger guys go for the straighter hairlines, however, most I have seen have very natural hairlines. I think mine is very natural and has gone completely unnoticed.
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    Creating a natural and undetectable hairline is challenge in every hair restoration procedure. Any potential patient considering SMP should conduct detailed research about the treatment and determine beforehand whether or not they are suited for the procedure. I think using temporary SMP ink to draw irregular lighter hairline with semi-frequent touch up should serve better results.

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    The problem is, is many clients want to go for that fresh haircut look. The fact remains though, it's SMP not a haircut. Replicating a shaved head will NEVER be a perfectly straight line. Flippo, your treatment looks AMAZING man, congrats.

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