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    Thats terrific. I'm glad that you're happy with it. I'm seriously considering having this done, and, like you, I am fair-skinned as well. I'm older than you and developing a fair amount of grey hair. I was wondering if that would be a problem. I agree that your look does make you ageless in a sense. Certainly much better than my greying, thinning, sh*@$^&* hair. Just curious as to whether you had ever considered other options i.e.. HT, hair system? Also, do you wet shave? Rotary shave? Each day?

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    An electric foil razor works best - I use a Braun 340s ($65 on Amazon) & can get away with doing it every other day, but usually shave daily (takes about 5 mins). I'm 45 & greying myself, but the ink is so subtle & fine I think it will work even when the little hair I have left goes grey, too. I think guys like us will look better as we age with this 'do. How many fellas can say that?

    I considered a HT, but had always wanted to shave my head anyway. To each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregd28 View Post
    An electric foil razor works best - I use a Braun 340s ($65 on Amazon) & can get away with doing it every other day, but usually shave daily (takes about 5 mins). I'm 45 & greying myself, but the ink is so subtle & fine I think it will work even when the little hair I have left goes grey, too. I think guys like us will look better as we age with this 'do. How many fellas can say that?

    I considered a HT, but had always wanted to shave my head anyway. To each his own.
    Great results mate. Very happy that your happy with it. I've seen people combine FUE with SMP to give a real feel to it. I expect the chances of a bad HT are much lower by doing this ?

    Can anyone recommend a great SMP doctor. From the UK but am willing to travel

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