One of the biggest reasons for the low price comes down to the currency exchange rate. Turkish Lira does not perform well against the euro, the dollar or sterling.
Added to that the fact that salaries and facilities are simply a lot cheaper in Turkey, and the fact that the competition, particularly in Istanbul, is pretty fierce and you are bound to get the highest standards for the cheapest price.
TYGA PLUGS HAIR TRANSPLANT SURGEON THAT HOOKED UP HIS HAIRLINE
personal hair struggle by revealing that her ex went to the same hair restoration surgeon as the rapper.
Samuels quickly fact-checked her allegation, noting that he and Tyga didn’t go to the same doctor but they had their procedures done the next day.
“1st off Me and tyga didn’t go to the same dr. We did it the same day. Diff doctors,” Samuels wrote on Twitter, adding: “Listen I don’t know if this has to do with 1st week sales but you need to finish your zen. And don’t talk about vh1 checks cuz the way you’re acting it’s like your auditioning to be on LHH.”
Peep his tweet below.
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1st off Me and tyga didn’t go to the same dr. We did it the same day. Diff doctors . Listen I don’t know if this has to do with 1st week sales but you need to finish your zen. And don’t talk about vh1 checks cuz the way you’re acting it’s like your auditioning to be on LHH
For the most part, Tyga has remained quiet about the allegation but he eventually confirmed that he also had a hair restoration procedure when he posted the contact information of surgeon Craig Ziering on his Twitter page.
“The [plug]. Tellem Tyga sent you,” he tweeted. Photos of his before and after hair quickly made the rounds on social media, according to.
The outlet then spoke to the doctor Tyga endorsed about the most popular hairline among his male patients.
“I’m known for doing a lot of celebrities’ hair restoration procedures,” he tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “I’ve probably done more African-American patients than anyone in the world.”
When asked about Tyga’s social media plug, Dr. Ziering noted, “I’m apparently ‘his guy.’”
He says the most common request among his black male patients is having “really sharp, crisp edges.”