One of the most important factors that make a hair transplant look natural is a hair restoration surgeon’s ability to create a soft and natural looking hairline that mimics nature. Creating a natural looking hairline involves great skill, placement, artistic design, and hair density.
During the first several months of hair regrowth, transplanted hair can grow in at different rates, thin, and can sometimes be hard to tame, making a hairline appear “hard” rather than soft and natural. At what point does a hairline actually soften, look natural, and mature?
In this hair loss forum discussion members discuss the stages of hair transplant maturation and how and at what point transplanted hair softens and blends with their natural hair. You are encouraged to join in the discussion and offer your experience and opinion.