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Do My New Hairline Grady Look Dense Enough?

Discussion in 'FUE | Follicular Unit Extraction Discussions' started by Junga86, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. Junga86

    Junga86 New Member My Regimen

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    Hi,
    I had an FUE 3 days ago, was quoted 1200-1500 grafts, however on the day, was told I had ‘good hair’ and only required 800 grafts due to having many 3-4 hair grafts
     

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    byebyehair Established Member My Regimen

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    Who was ur surgeon?
    As far as i know for the hairline 1 or 2 hair grafts should be used to avoid the puppet looking style.
     
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    I have never seen such a strange placement pattern. Its not dense at all. Who did this?
     
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    Junga86 New Member My Regimen

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    Ruben Hair in Latvia
     
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    Sorry to break it to you pal, but 3s and 4s do not go into a hairline (alarm bells). Also, that graft placement looks way too uniform to provide a natural looking hairline. I can only imagine it's going to look very pluggy.

    I hope I'm wrong. I would suggest getting an expert opinion as well as the ones on this forum. Maybe contact Joe Tillman:

     

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