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    Thread: First hair system ( picture )
Post: RE: First hair system ( picture )

Jayson29...what are the specs of your new unit ?
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 14 26,932 06-13-2017, 11:53 AM
    Thread: hello active sweaty guys
Post: RE: hello active sweaty guys

(01-11-2016, 07:48 PM)sevenupyours Wrote: hi, im new here. Been looking and reading around about wearing for a while now and i think i want to make a move. Im pretty much a NW5/6, ive been buzzing m...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 12 30,875 05-06-2016, 03:12 AM
    Thread: Lace Topper just cut in [photos]
Post: RE: Lace Topper just cut in [photos]

(02-04-2016, 06:41 AM)SilverStreak Wrote: (02-04-2016, 05:14 AM)Paul In Ireland Wrote: Ordered two topper systems towards the end of last year....one thin skin and the other, lace. Been wearing th...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 10 28,312 02-04-2016, 06:42 AM
    Thread: Lace Topper just cut in [photos]
Post: RE: Lace Topper just cut in [photos]

(02-04-2016, 05:14 AM)Paul In Ireland Wrote: Ordered two topper systems towards the end of last year....one thin skin and the other, lace. Been wearing the skin one up to today.....it`s fine still [...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 10 28,312 02-04-2016, 06:41 AM
    Thread: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray
Post: RE: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray

Thanks !!
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 12,852 12-05-2015, 10:14 AM
    Thread: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray
Post: RE: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray

Thanks....is the human grey real grey from a donor... or is it human hair dyed to look grey ? Why cant you order 'light' densities in stock units ?
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 12,852 12-04-2015, 01:37 AM
    Thread: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray
Post: RE: Photo of a stock unit with 80% gray

Is that unit syn. grey or human grey ? What density ? Thanks
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 12,852 12-03-2015, 09:32 AM
    Thread: First Timer A couple questions Need opinions! Photos
Post: RE: First Timer A couple questions Need opinions! ...

Thanks Paul....Im a daily wearer and it would be great if I can get it to work. Will give it another try !!!
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 19 49,780 11-09-2015, 01:52 AM
    Thread: First Timer A couple questions Need opinions! Photos
Post: RE: First Timer A couple questions Need opinions! ...

Hey Paul...what is your attachment process using GTBG on lace?? I tried it once but without any good results. Thanks !!
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 19 49,780 11-08-2015, 02:52 PM
    Thread: First Timer looking for advice..
Post: RE: First Timer looking for advice..

Read the 3rd post down..."Keen to get a piece"... may help you.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 4 16,452 09-11-2015, 02:14 PM
    Thread: Corn starch as red tone remover and dry shampoo
Post: RE: Corn starch as red tone remover and dry shampo...

(09-07-2015, 12:08 PM)Jimmyneutron Wrote: Please can you elaborate? I'm suffering from some red tones right now and this seems like it could help a ton. Yea... im gonna try that on my red tones too...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 26,513 09-09-2015, 11:20 AM
    Thread: ***Urgent Feedback Required**
Post: RE: ***Urgent Feedback Required**

i've been wearing around 3 1/2 years. I had some hair left on top but not much. Still had strong temples and back hair. I used to buzz it off weekly but now I let it go for a long time before I do...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 3 14,366 06-16-2015, 12:34 PM
    Thread: ***Urgent Feedback Required**
Post: RE: ***Urgent Feedback Required**

If you dont shave the area to be covered and Since you still have a lot of hair.... I would suggest you start out with attaching the front hairline with tape or glue and use the 'clip" method around t...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 3 14,366 06-13-2015, 12:48 AM
    Thread: Stylist claims: de/rebond every 1-2 months and systems last 6 months. How?
Post: RE: Stylist claims: de/rebond every 1-2 months and...

Good luck to you....keep us posted on your experience.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 15,712 05-09-2015, 09:16 AM
    Thread: If Famously Bald Celebrities Had A Full Head Of Hair
Post: RE: If Famously Bald Celebrities Had A Full Head O...

DAAAAAm.....Dr. Phil looks so different !!!
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 2 10,652 05-09-2015, 09:14 AM
    Thread: Stylist claims: de/rebond every 1-2 months and systems last 6 months. How?
Post: RE: Stylist claims: de/rebond every 1-2 months and...

2 months glued to my head would drive me absolutely NUTS !!!! Thats just me. Talk to some of his clients see what they say.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 15,712 05-07-2015, 09:30 AM
    Thread: Help w/ Template please! (Pics)
Post: RE: Help w/ Template please! (Pics)

Anywhere the tape and or glue can stick to skin ....it will stick ! Yes, you will need more of a mushroom shape template to cover your front hairline area and the center of your head. Your template ...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 24 53,073 01-10-2015, 11:45 AM
    Thread: Help w/ Template please! (Pics)
Post: RE: Help w/ Template please! (Pics)

If it was me...I would shave the area you have combed forward in the photo of the top of your head. Rule of thumb is to Use as much of your real hair as possible. Also, I wouldnt make the front hai...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 24 53,073 01-10-2015, 07:17 AM
    Thread: Template or no template, that is the question
Post: RE: Template or no template, that is the question

One of the best fitting piece's I've had was from just using measurements.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 2 28,022 10-17-2014, 09:30 PM
    Thread: Submission Wrestling/Jiu Jitsu
Post: RE: Submission Wrestling/Jiu Jitsu

Yea... helmet hair sucks and anything that helps reduce friction from head gear or a motorcycle helmet is good. A lot of motorcycle guys wear bandanas under their helmets, that is if they wear a helm...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 4 30,036 06-17-2014, 10:12 PM
    Thread: Submission Wrestling/Jiu Jitsu
Post: RE: Submission Wrestling/Jiu Jitsu

If it was me I would also wear a bandana over the system or just wear only the bandana under the head gear and leave the system at home when you train.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 4 30,036 06-17-2014, 08:17 AM
    Thread: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF??? (not a Toplace unit)
Post: RE: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF??? (not a Toplace...

Bdman.. we welcome you when you come over to the DIY side. You can do this, it is not rocket science as HC wants you to believe. Learn everything you can while you are there and read and research the...
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 30 97,918 05-21-2014, 12:16 PM
    Thread: More Fullcap Photos / Vacation
Post: RE: More Fullcap Photos / Vacation

Looks good Paul.
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 5 42,847 05-16-2014, 10:47 PM
    Thread: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF??? (not a Toplace unit)
Post: RE: NEARLY BUSTED! WELL KIND OF???

Yea...a little shorter, recession, less density and you will be good to go. We only tell you to help, not to criticize. We all are in the same boat. Good luck and keep on warein !!
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 30 97,918 05-14-2014, 10:58 AM
    Thread: Certain Hairstyles...
Post: RE: Certain Hairstyles...

Yes it can be done. Some guys do it and do it well but it is much more difficult to pull off. Check out Rubins attachment video on this site. He is a master at it !! Good Luck !
SilverStreak General hair replacement discussion 7 46,247 05-13-2014, 12:08 PM