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    I canít remember the reasoning...

    Let me try and find the link and Iíll post.

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    Ok. Thanks.

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    Hi mate. Did you manage to find that thread on doc explaining why he thought was a bad idea ?

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    Joe Diego,
    that is really encouraging information. I am also in so cal and considering doing the same thing.
    What shop did the SMP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Smith View Post
    Joe Diego,
    that is really encouraging information. I am also in so cal and considering doing the same thing.
    What shop did the SMP?
    Scalp Symmetry in San Diego.

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    ďHi mate. Did you manage to find that thread on doc explaining why he thought was a bad idea ?Ē



    Sorry, I wasnít able to locate it.

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    The main issue I can see with it is if the ink brings that well into scar or on the off chance that it seeps out in scar excessively. Did he clarify why he thought it was a poorly conceived notion.

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    I hear Zang located in Los Angeles is really good SMP provider.

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    Hello! I made myself such a tattoo and I really liked it, all my friends are delighted. Before applying a tattoo in this area there is pain. Tattoo numbing cream helped me a lot. He took the pain away and I felt much better. Before getting a tattoo, ask the master to apply this cream and you will not feel pain.

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    Temporary Tattoo on Scalp to Conceal Thinning Hair" is a creative and innovative solution for those experiencing hair loss or thinning. This non-invasive technique involves applying a specialized ink or pigment to the scalp, simulating the appearance of a closely-cropped haircut or fuller hair density.

    Temporary scalp tattoos offer several advantages, such as concealing bald patches, camouflaging thinning areas, and enhancing overall confidence. They are particularly appealing to individuals who want to avoid surgical procedures or chemical treatments. Are you considering a bold and majestic lion neck tattoo to showcase your inner strength and courage?

    These tattoos are temporary, typically lasting a few days to weeks, allowing for flexibility in style and design. They are customizable to match hair color and texture, providing a natural and seamless look. The process is painless and does not damage existing hair follicles.

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