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#120558 - 01/16/16 12:31 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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I will book a consulation asap. I am just trying to get proffesionals oppinion before i go ahead as most of the electrolysis around my area are qualified but i cant find any reveiws of feedback. I am concerned that they may not have much experience in actually performing electrolysis wich may leave me with skin damage or discolouring.. Or even full regrowth.

I am going to have a look now at the videa

Thanks Michael

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#120560 - 01/16/16 12:46 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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My concern was that it was fussy/exacting work and so progress could be slow or expensive. As Adrien stated, fine hairs are removed all the time, but experience tells me this can be a slow process.So if you were going to be able to be happy with shaving, it is by far a less time and money investment.


Indian skin can be prone to hyperpigmentation, but this always resolves after some time. It's worth while expecting it COULD happen, and keep the knowledge that it will fully fade and resolve itself over about the next year. after it's treated.

Seana
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#120561 - 01/16/16 12:57 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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Good luck ... a tiny trip to the "north" could be worth it (e.g., Scotland). Great zapperette who also posts on Hairtell.

A couple things. Your hair might be too small/not significant to do anything about (tiny blond). Furthermore, cases like yours sound like "billions" of tiny hairs: again not a good case for electrolysis. And, of course, no possibility of laser at all.

Look at my vids and understand that you WILL have post-treatment boo-boos and lots of them. Electrolysis is a controlled "burn/wound."

Will these temporary skin problems work for you? Or, will you get even more "depressed" by the skin reactions?

People are not just HAIRS! All clients come with an entire personality ... and all of us try to adjust our recommendations to each special person.

(Hey Seana! PC enough for ya? ha ha ha)

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#120562 - 01/16/16 01:00 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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The video really helped my understanding of how the skin heals, thank you so much for sharing! Areas i really wanted to treat are fingers, toes, arms, stomache, breast and back. Hair on all areas are fine and not too long in length but are very dark and noticable. Is the concern for fine hair that it is harder to see them, therefore take longer? I thought that fine hairs would be quicker to kill as they are less strong? Please correct me if im wrong. As for discolouring of the skin.. Is it possible to be a permenant effect?

Thank you for your reply

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#120563 - 01/16/16 01:06 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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I understand there will be a lot of side affects while being treated but knowing they are temporary and that i will be hair free is reasurring.. For example; treatment on fingers.. The hairs are fine but noticable.. Will electrolysis not be good for fingers even though there is not much hair on each finger?

Many thanks

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#120565 - 01/16/16 04:36 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Iluv2zap]
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Originally Posted By Iluv2zap
It does Adrien but the difference is fine hair can become very exacting and fussy, with lots of shallow insertions.


Electrolysis is not an easy job, is it what you wanted to say ?
Electrolysis need precision both for coarse or fine hair.
What exactly did you want to say, speaking about insertions working on fine hair ?

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#120566 - 01/16/16 04:40 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Manchester16]
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Originally Posted By Manchester16
Would you not recommend electrolysis on fine hairs? Do you think i wont get very good results or that it may take longer to treat with the hair being fine? Also, i am indian with tanned skin, do you think itll be a risk even considering being treated?
I will have a look at the video's now..:)

Thank you Seana and adrien


Why do you think you could not have good results if you have vellus hair ?
As I said previously electrolysis works perfectly in fine hair and you would have the same results as on coarse hair.

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#120567 - 01/16/16 04:41 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
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Okay ... good photos and this is a very good case for the fast thermolysis ... Good Luck

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#120568 - 01/16/16 04:45 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Manchester16]
adrien_sanchiz Offline
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Originally Posted By Manchester16
These are just some images to give an idea of the hair problem


In these pics we can see very well the hair. I don't see the problem to treat them with electrolysis.

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#120569 - 01/16/16 04:57 PM Re: How to be an awesome client [Re: Michael Bono]
Manchester16 Offline
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Thank you for your help.. It is much appreciated!! I feel more at ease with going through with electrolysis now.. From the images would you be concerned about permenant damage to the skin because of my skin colour? And Michael who is the electrolysis in scotland? Where abouts are they based as scotland is still around 5 hours away from me. I would rather travel and see permenant results though.

Thank you.

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