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    Thread: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF??? (not a Toplace unit)
Post: RE: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF???

Anthony, I'm really sorry to do this mate because you're attitude towards wearing is one I've always very much admired but those pictures to me make it quite clear why someone has busted you and if I'...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 30 97,919 05-13-2014, 09:32 AM
    Thread: Help with density *pics*
Post: RE: Help with density *pics*

It's not easy to guess and I'd hate for you to order the wrong density based on my recommendation alone as I'm by no means an expert. However, I ordered 60% and i have similar side hair to you, althou...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 7 37,962 09-13-2013, 06:44 PM
    Thread: Help with density *pics*
Post: RE: Help with density *pics*

I wear a pretty similar style to the one you're looking at and mine is 60% density. It's a bit if trial and error when it comes to getting the specs right but I reckon 60 would be a good starting poin...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 7 37,962 09-11-2013, 07:10 PM
    Thread: ORWG
Post: RE: ORWG

As far as I'm aware Orwg is only made by one company (don't know who) therefore all Orwg is identical. It's the same principle as buying ghostbond from different sites. It will still be made by pro ha...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 3 30,207 09-11-2013, 07:03 PM
    Thread: £10-15 for hair cut in UK
Post: RE: £10-15 for hair cut in UK

I'm paying £50 so that's a really good price Tom. Let us know how it works out.
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 2 12,374 08-01-2013, 11:08 PM
    Thread: Thankyou to all the Guys who post here
Post: RE: Thankyou to all the Guys who post here

I agree, hairloss can effect your life so much and change you as a person. The support on this and other forums had been invaluable to me as it has "normalised" the whole process of replacing my hair....
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 9 26,652 07-18-2013, 06:24 PM
    Thread: Wondering What People Will Say at Work?
Post: RE: Wondering What People Will Say at Work?

You're experience of your first day back at work literally mirrors mine. I also had thinning hair loaded with concealers so it wasn't a stark change. The comments I got were all similar to yours "your...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 4 17,172 07-16-2013, 09:44 AM
    Thread: New gen system on youtube (blog)
Post: RE: New gen system on youtube (blog)

I've seen all of those videos with Steve getting his systems cut in. The guy seems like a really nice bloke and the fact he's so happy with it is all that matters I guess but yeah it's too dense and t...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 6 20,599 07-16-2013, 09:30 AM
    Thread: The Night Before - and After (Pics)
Post: RE: The Night Before - and After (Pics)

I think it looks fantastic and the short style makes it look incredibly natural. Great result!!
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 22 45,634 07-14-2013, 10:17 AM
    Thread: How to remove oil from lace !!! Urgent !!!
Post: RE: How to remove oil from lace !!! Urgent !!!

Everyone seems to recommend dish soap for cutting through oils and grease on the base. Give that a try as opposed to shampoo on the base. Not sure which country you're in but consensus seems to be to ...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 6 12,712 07-12-2013, 07:56 AM
    Thread: seborrheic eczem
Post: RE: seborrheic eczem

It may be possible to wear a hair system with your scalp condition but it might be that you need to detach and reattach more regularly and possibly even leave the system off at night to allow your sca...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 3 9,328 07-12-2013, 07:47 AM
    Thread: Photo of a great hair line
Post: RE: Photo of a great hair line

Love reading Anthony's posts! Always a good motivational read on the days it's not quite working for you. At just 6 weeks in I'm still regularly having those days where I'm fed up with it not being pe...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 9 18,612 06-21-2013, 06:40 PM
    Thread: Thinking of switching from a partial to topper
Post: Thinking of switching from a partial to topper

Hi Guys, I've been wearing a front partial for a little over a month now and it's not been without it's difficulties and so i'm thinking of using the entire topper when my new system arrives rather t...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 0 5,419 06-13-2013, 05:29 AM
    Thread: HELP!!! Colour Problem
Post: RE: HELP!!! Colour Problem

Thanks. yeh good point i never thought to try it on the remaining part of the topper and see what happens. I'll definitely give it a go first and see what happens.
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 11 22,082 05-26-2013, 12:22 AM
    Thread: HELP!!! Colour Problem
Post: RE: HELP!!! Colour Problem

Ok so my back2natural has arrived and i want to try this before I even think about dyeing the system or doing anything too drastic. despite reading all the forums, looking at the reviews of this prod...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 11 22,082 05-25-2013, 11:15 PM
    Thread: Advice for appropriate hair piece (photos)
Post: RE: Advice for appropriate hair piece (photos)

Good luck with everything Greeko I hope it goes well for you. You've definitely done enough research, planning and consultation to know what you want so I'm sure you'll get a good outcome. I also ma...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 64 143,913 05-25-2013, 10:33 PM
    Thread: Is it me or is it the forum?
Post: RE: Is it me or is it the forum?

I'm seeing the same thing. It was the same when I logged in earlier today. very strange.
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 4 10,541 05-24-2013, 08:02 AM
    Thread: First system - 4 days in (photos)
Post: RE: First system - 4 days in (photos)

Thanks again for the reassurance, I'll definitely try that method. I've got my nit comb, got my cloth, going to have a few beers now and have a go at it tomorrow. At least it's taken my mind off the c...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 13 21,357 05-19-2013, 04:46 AM
    Thread: First system - 4 days in (photos)
Post: RE: First system - 4 days in (photos)

Thanks Hersute. I wear tape at the back and glue at the front currently so I may have to have a play with this and see what works best. I thought the autoglym had got it all off but obviously I need a...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 13 21,357 05-19-2013, 01:50 AM
    Thread: First system - 4 days in (photos)
Post: RE: First system - 4 days in (photos)

Thanks everyone for the feedback The major problem I've got currently is getting glue in my hair. I used the autoglym as recommended by Hersute and it really did a good job of cleaning the adhesive o...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 13 21,357 05-19-2013, 12:25 AM
    Thread: HELP!!! Colour Problem
Post: RE: HELP!!! Colour Problem

Thanks for the advice so far. I have just ordered the back to natural so hopefully that will help. i know i need to try and relax about it a little bit but there really is a noticable difference in co...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 11 22,082 05-19-2013, 12:14 AM
    Thread: HELP!!! Colour Problem
Post: HELP!!! Colour Problem

Guys, i apologise as i already have a recent thread going about my new partial system but I feel this needs a new one to try and get as much feedback and help as possible because over the last 2 days ...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 11 22,082 05-18-2013, 12:04 AM
    Thread: First system - 4 days in (photos)
Post: RE: First system - 4 days in

Thanks, I've seen autoglym mentioned quite a lot in here so I will definitely try and get some this week and try it out. I used 99% alcohol to try and separate the hairs but possibly I didn't work at ...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 13 21,357 05-14-2013, 06:24 PM
    Thread: First system - 4 days in (photos)
Post: First system - 4 days in (photos)

Hi guys, just wanted to update you all, particularly those that contributed to my previous thread and helped me decide to change my first system into a front partial and retain my natural hair in the...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 13 21,357 05-14-2013, 09:22 AM
    Thread: Need some help and advice. (photos)
Post: RE: Need some help and advice. (photos)

Thanks for all the help everyone Just to finish this thread off I have discussed all these issues and possible solutions with my stylist over the last week and have decided that cutting a partial pie...
Yorkie82 General hair replacement discussion 20 32,231 05-02-2013, 07:24 AM