I have spoken before about my eldest daughter, and it seems now she is keen to get her hairline raised, that is, the have more forehead showing… The picture below is perhaps a bit of a funny angle, but the downy ‘under hair’ has not thinned out, and it has only grown so long (between 1/2 inch and say 3 inches), unlike the other longer ‘normal’ hairs… We call this stuff her baby hair…
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The centre parting, and just the angle of the follicles makes it worse… she also pulls and fidgets with the 2 or 3 inch bits, and these curl up and look like little horns… LOL
I think she needs to have say a half an inch removed, and the sides above the temples also taken back a bit… she is a pretty girl (nnd not just because I am biased!) but raising and defining the hairline would open up her face so much more, and I know she would be happier, and she is getting to that stage where appearances are more important… (11 years old in September!)
So, my questions are:
What method? I basically think Electrolysis is going to deal with this problem once and for all…
What sort of hairs grow here…? What are their lifespans, and how many will be dormant, and thus need future treatment…?
I am sure we could get a clearance in one or two sessions, but is this a sensitive area to have work done…?
Are there any standards or recommended shapes, or is it a matter of finding an example of someone who looks good and using that as a guide…?
Many thanks in advance…
[ June 18, 2003, 05:55 AM: Message edited by: IHH ]