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SMP by HIS HAIR 3 years on MY STORY

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BobbyBoucher

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You sound like you've a resentment towards something or someone. First of all, I don't know who 'Brentwood' are. I DO know Brandwood. I never had SMP with Brandwood but can testify that Paul does great work. Technically SMP is NOT a tattoo when looking at needle depth and type of ink used. But I won't school you on that.

I've known people with 10 year old SMP that have never been called out. Paul and others left HIS HAIR due to extremely poor management by HIS HAIR and malpractice.

I've also had 2100 FUE by Dr Feriduni which survived the laser treatment. So I have smp/FUE combo.

So overall I'm extremely happy with the outcome. It has allowed me to move on. No looking back. No resentments. I wish you the best with your goals and objectives. Keep your chin up.
Looks good now mate, but wow what a journey!
 
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g3rm4nsn1p3r

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No offence but this is what happens when a tattoo gets is placed on a location that sweats a lot. Your head sweats. The tattoo was done right but because of how often your head sweats, the tattoo turned greenish/blue.

There are hundreds of cases similar to this on the internet. Just requires a simple google search.
 
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reddwarf

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No offence but this is what happens when a tattoo gets is placed on a location that sweats a lot. Your head sweats. The tattoo was done right but because of how often your head sweats, the tattoo turned greenish/blue.

There are hundreds of cases similar to this on the internet. Just requires a simple google search.
Sweating should only be an issue for the first few weeks following SMP or a tattoo I would think. If sweating months or years down the line caused tattoos to fade and ink to change colour then athletes and gym users would have faded tattoos surely.

Bustamove your new SMP looks really good, glad your finally happy.
 
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g3rm4nsn1p3r

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Sweating should only be an issue for the first few weeks following SMP or a tattoo I would think. If sweating months or years down the line caused tattoos to fade and ink to change colour then athletes and gym users would have faded tattoos surely.

Bustamove your new SMP looks really good, glad your finally happy.
That's completely false and illogical assessment.

People are urged not to get tattoos on the palms, bottom of your feet, and head because that's where you sweat the most.

People don't sweat on the arms as legs as much as people sweat on the head.

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Palm tattoos are not for the faint hearted! The nature of the skin on the palm of your hand means that it has faster re-growth than the rest of the body, because of this the ink in your palm tattoo is likely to fade rather quickly, and will most definitely fade quicker than other tattoos.

These palm tattoos not only fade faster but also turn a greenish/blue color because of the sweat. Your hands tough a LOT of objects causing the tattoos to develop sweat/easily fade the tattoo. Similarly, your head sweats more than any other part of your body meaning that the tattoo on the head will most likely fade just as fast as a palm tattoo if not faster.

You're argument of correlating an satellite's arm tattoo to a head tattoo is illogical and makes no sense.
OP should understand the concerns and cons of getting SMP. This cycle of having your SMP turn into a faint blue/green after a number of years will only continue. If you want SMP you're going to have to get it over and over again.

These clinics telling you that it's permanent are lying to your face. I only want OP to understand the truth because I was one who was going to get SMP done but after researching ad asking long time people who had SMP done, they all told me the same thing. The tattoo turns green/blue after a number of years and turns greenish blue. You will have to go thrugh this painful cycle of getting it done, removed, and getting it re done again every 5 or so years.

No thank you.
 
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reddwarf

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If this was the case that you had to get it removed then redone every 5 years the companies would have gone out of business a long time ago surely?. Why do nearly all the practitioners/companies have SMP themselves if they have to go through this painful process of remove and repeat every 5 years?
They say the ink used is different to what's used in regular tattoos and doesn't change colour, If your theory was correct there would be a lot of smurfs walking around.
 
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