If a man, who has undergone SMP for a class 6 balding pattern, is adamant about applying high SPF sunscreen whenever he is going to be exposed to the sun for extended periods of time, will this completely prevent any fading of the SMP as a result of the sun? Or is some fading inevitable over time? If so, is this easily corrected with touch up procedures? Does the aesthetic appeal and cosmetic value of SMP decrease with each successive procedure? Or would it recreate the look of the initial procedure?
Yes, using a high SPF factor will slow down the fading. However, you can always touch it up after a few years if needed.