I spoke to an electrologist on the phone a while back, saying that I was hesitant to see her due to the fact she used a circle lamp instead of a surgical microscope. I told her I was worried about inaccurate insertions. I told her I want blend only. She said that I don't need to worry about inaccurate insertions, because if you attempt to insert a needle into skin where there is no follicular opening (no infundibulum), the needle will just bend and won't enter the skin. Is this true? I have trouble believing this, because I know from picking out wooden splinters with a safety pin, that it is possible to puncture the skin and draw blood, and I would think that electrology filaments are skinnier than safety pins. Maybe the electrologist on the phone only uses bulbous probes? Who is correct?