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Today is August 29 and I am now one month and two weeks or 46 days post-op.
I got my first haircut today since my surgery, and below are some pictures.
I normally get a No. 4 on the back and sides and then I have the top and front blended in with scissors.
My scalp where the frontal hairline and temporal peaks were recreated is still a bit pink like I have a sunburn and some of the original hairs that didn’t shed are quite long while many of the micro hairs and two-hair grafts are sprouting.
The suture line is still really red but it blends in with the rest of the back of my scalp. Unless you knew what you were looking for, you couldn’t find my suture line by simply looking at my head.
My first hair cut since the surgery shows how much I really hated my old hairline and how excited I am for all of the new hair to grow in over the next few months.
When it comes to a hair transplant, you’re always waiting.
You’re waiting to have the surgery. You’re sitting in a chair during the surgery. You’re waiting for the crusts to come off and the sutures to be removed, and then you’re waiting for all of the hair to grow in.
It’s a process that takes quite a long time, but I know it’ll all be worth it.
Check back soon for my next update at 2 months.
All my best,