- HerkillaParticipantMay 31, 2016 at 10:15 pmPost count: 43
I’ve been thinking for a while about the dark treatments out there -not that I’m going to change mine- and I’ve realised how good Benedict Garrett -completely unknown here in Spain, even though he is living here now- looks.
What do you guys think? Not in terms of “hey, but if someone rubs your hand there won’t be sttuble”, no. Just in terms of appearance. The forum doesn’t allow me to post pictures so I let you with some links… now that I know how SMP looks, how dots are… probably I’ll be in the future going a bit darker (on the more black than grey side) as the grey faded look it’s not what I expected to be, I’m getting quite tan also so I think I could pull it a bit darker… let me know your thoughts guys.
*Daylight- street: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cjxi4QVVEAE2TUE.jpg:large
*Daylight- street- very tan: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ce0UMiqWsAQwHTI.jpg:large
*Studio picture- very tan: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CLr9BkZXAAAs9PV.jpg:largeBuzz cutParticipantJune 1, 2016 at 11:43 amPost count: 26
yes i thinks its possible to go slightly darker , i guess it depends in how dark your own hair is as you don’t want a colour miss match there. Other option would be to have SMP put into the back and sides , that would be a few hours more in the chair and i guess would come at a cost .HerkillaParticipantJune 1, 2016 at 12:20 pmPost count: 43
In my case I have diffuse thining all over my head so I got my sides and back done also. The problem in my case is that I’ve seen in places without artifical lights been unable to see the treatment. I mean in the tanning place there’s a bit of light coming in from the outside, they have the artificial lighting off, and it disappears. I still thinking about it and I’m unable to understand why that happens, I mean I know that if there’s a strong lighting it disappear, that’s ok with me, but if in a place without light I’m not able to see it, how should it look under lighting?
EDIT: if that happens (next link) I’m ok, because it’s under very bright light, but what happens to me it’s the same in a place WITHOUT lighthing, then inside my car or inside my home it’s more or less visible…RobParticipantJune 5, 2016 at 7:03 pmPost count: 144
is that you in that last link HK? Great pic, great physique and pretty lady
It’s hard to see but I’d say that the treatment is been overshadowed by the length of your hair, or at least the sunlight is emphasising the growth of the surrounding hair over the SMP.
If you want to go darker then go for it, it’s much better to do it this way around than to have gone too dark to begin with and regretted it because it’s too dark and fake looking.RobParticipantJune 5, 2016 at 7:05 pmPost count: 144
ps in the car is my favourite place to view my treatment, I always think it looks best there!HerkillaParticipantJune 7, 2016 at 1:09 amPost count: 43
Rob, has anyone spotted you or tell you something about your hair not being your hair? Not happened to me, I guess I’m just going through the phases everybody goes with the SMP… too light, too dark, everyone’s lokking, no one’s looking, etc.RobParticipantJune 7, 2016 at 7:54 pmPost count: 144
When I first had it done and it was dark, I did have a comment from someone that said it looks like I have oil on my head.
Apart from that, after laser and prior to my work at Brandwood a couple of people asked how I got my sides so perfectly straight? The laser had left everything too perfect. That was my biggest hang up/flaw with a treatment I was happy with.
I am the happiest now that I’ve ever been with my SMP.
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