Week 4 It’s shedding like a motherfucker

Week 4 It’s shedding like a motherfucker

Week 4. It’s shedding like a motherfucker. RIP hairline 

A couple of months on and we were really cooking. To paraphrase Will Ferrell’s Ron Burgundy, things had escalated quickly! The hairline looked far stronger and it was actually looking like a full head of hair! This is when any previous issues/discomfort/worries went out of the window and it was just mega to use a fucking comb again!

Things to note

Here are some of observations from my experience:

– It’s really really really really really really really important to go with a hair transplant practice you trust, and one that will support you through the process. I know this whole thing seems like a big advert for KSL, but they’re my only experience so I can’t speak for anywhere else. I was delighted with their professionalism, friendliness, and vital ongoing support. I’m sure other practices are great too, but like I said, definitely do your research and find one that you can trust and rely on for proper aftercare.

– People don’t notice it as much as you assume they would! You look at my before and after photos and there’s a massive difference, but it’s amazing how many mates and even family don’t clock on that you’ve magically got loads more hair. Folk say you’re looking good, but don’t necessarily know why. It’s almost as if everyone’s getting on with their lives and your baldness (or lack of) doesn’t especially matter to them! I suppose it’s a good thing – means it looks natural.

– Greyness! My hair is mostly black, but I’m greying a bit at the back and sides. Because they took hair from the back of my head, it means I now have a healthy spattering of grey hair around my fringe! To be honest, I like it. I think it looks cool, but it’s just something to consider – you might want to start dying if the same thing happens to you.

– It’s seems obvious, but having hair won’t change your life. It might help your confidence, and make you less insecure about a facet of your appearance, but it’s not the one thing that will somehow transform everything. It’s not like the Simpsons. I love having hair again, it’s great, but if I didn’t have it, I’d struggled on with my baldness!

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