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#96216 - 02/29/12 02:48 PM laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead
Natalievoyage Offline
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just wanted to get peoples opinion on lasering a hairline. mine is uneven and i have a very small forehead. has anyone had this done and what are your thoughts?

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#96217 - 02/29/12 02:49 PM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: Natalievoyage]
Natalievoyage Offline
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also who would one go to, to design a new hairline? any recommendations for sydney would be much appreciated!

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#96221 - 02/29/12 04:28 PM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: Natalievoyage]
36tinklebells Offline
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You should definitely go for electrolysis on this area. I also have this but I only want to remove the widows peak i have in the middle.

Actress Rita Hayworth had the same 'problem' and she had a new hairline and look after electrolysis treatments and that was many decades ago. You should check out her pictures before and after the precedure.


Edited by 36tinklebells (02/29/12 04:53 PM)

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#96223 - 02/29/12 04:43 PM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: 36tinklebells]
mumbaigirl Offline
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BAD idea! You need electrolysis to fix your hairline

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#96224 - 02/29/12 04:52 PM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: mumbaigirl]
36tinklebells Offline
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Also to keep in mind, this is probably the most painful treatment you can get because it's the thickest/strongest hair on the body.
Is it really worth it? I personally think a lower hairline looks cute.

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#96225 - 02/29/12 05:01 PM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: 36tinklebells]
stoppit&tidyup Offline
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Well I don't have much of a forehead and widow's peak and I wouldn't change it - I love it!

But my sister had a VERY low hairline that was practically joined to the eyebrows on the sides. With electrolysis, first we removed the small hairs between the eyebrows and then hairline. Then we actually went for the hairline to widen it - but not much, just about 0.5cm. There is still a bit more work to do. It's not going to be a massive change but enough that it will give her a forehead and make her hairline look neat. We removed quite a few baby hairs from the centre too that would always stick straight out and annoy her.
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#96236 - 03/01/12 07:40 AM Re: laser on hairline - uneven and small forehead [Re: stoppit&tidyup]
S.Tehfe Offline
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Loc: sydney NSW Australia
Laser can make a hair line look to perfectly straight. This would cause your hair line to look unnatural.Electrolysis is the better option provided you have an electrologist who knows what they are doing you can accomplish a hair line that looks like it had unnoticeable treatment,compliment your face and look very natural.



Edited by S.Tehfe (03/01/12 10:31 AM)
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