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Hiding A Hair Transplant - Celeb hair transplant

Discussion in 'Hair Transplants Information - General Discussions' started by JohnsonDDG, Jul 28, 2018.

  1. JohnsonDDG

    JohnsonDDG Senior Member My Regimen

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    Can anyone share any tips on how to keep a hair transplant secret?

    A surgeon said it is possible to shave just the temples down for 2000 grafts or under.

    How long will the redness last after surgery and is it possible to style around the shaved temples?

    I can book up to a month off work to make this possible.
     
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    Trichosan Senior Member My Regimen

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    Didn't know you were a celeb, @JohnsonDDG. Can I get an autograph? :) But, reading the comments in the FUE and photo sections, it seems very hard to hide that slightly bumpy overall redness that persists even after 5 months. I also would be concerned about compromising the surgeon's effort by not shaving everything down as they normally do. I wonder if a topical steroid cream could be used after a couple weeks to reduce inflammation and redness?

    Speaking of celeb Rebel Rousers, the great Duane Eddy, back in the day -
     
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    JohnsonDDG Senior Member My Regimen

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    That sucks to hear.

    It means having to tell the girl i'm dating and my workmates.

    Its seen as super vain and I would prefer it to be private.
     
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    I've got mine in 2 weeks and couldn't give two shits about what people at work think.

    What's vain about wanting to improve your appearance?
     
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    JohnsonDDG Senior Member My Regimen

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    Plastic surgery is pretty vain!

    Theres nothing wrong with being vain in my opinion - but I think some people will judge you for it.

    With all that being said, I do hope it goes well for you
     
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    Cheers mate, appreciated.

    Vanity as an insult in 2018 is not something i would care about, anyone who wears nice clothes, wears makeup, drives a nice car, puts styling products in their hair, would just have the insult thrown back at them.
     
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    If you can get through to month 2 it's perfect. I'm trying to find a good surgeon at the moment and keep going back and forth. I am an old member of another forum which is pretty dead as far as live advice is concerned, not sure I can mention it but Spex and Tillman are great mentors on it. My main frustration is the hairline which is thinning in a Norwood 1-2 area but it's been like that for almost 10 years.
     

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