The first four to six months is the hardest and you will / should see a little bit of difference. If you put the time in, as determined by the hair amount and structure, if it is untouched by temporary methods, you will say, “hummmmm, I think this is working.” by 6-9 months. At month twelve, you should be well on your way to the end, but you are not finished yet. This assumes that you are doing all the hard work up front and putting in the time.
For lots of fine hair, it can take up to 40-60 hours to get the face looking good. You are only at six hours. If you have coarse hairs, concentrated on your chin and neck, it might be a little less.
I don’t like to fiddle around with 15, 30, 45 appointments for facial hair. I go at it for longer until all the bad boy hairs are removed and then wait another 4-6 weeks for the next group of hairs to appear.
With that said, if you are attacking fine hair, which can be from a few hundred to a thousands, you got to put the time and six hours total is a drop in the bucket for PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL. Same principle for medium and coarse hairs.
Yes, a picture would help and I hope I was helpful in any way.