- Oct 11, 2011
I meant obvious because my hairline has been receding for years so anyone who knows me would just be starring at my head thinking what a doooosh lolGood implants are not obvious. You just don't see them because they are so well done.
Implants are your own hair. That hair that is harvested will not go away with time
is my understanding.
My opinion . . . the less hair you have on your head, the better it looks short.
'Pony tail's' on men with no hair on top of there head can look okay. Depends
on a variety of factors.
I started losing my hair at ~18, was a slow process until I got on testosterone
them it really accelerated.
I use a Wahl shaver, have for years. They are the best. Get a good one from
them. During the peak of covid everybody was out of stock (cutting their own hair).
Now they are easy to find. Can't remember when I last paid for a haircut, ~ 20 years.
Bald does not run in the family but it got me to every bodies amazement.
I thought about it a lot when it really started going bit I am good with it now. There
are many advantages to super short hair but always wear a hat when in the sun.
That is a must or it will come back to haunt you. I am paying for my youthful indiscretions
now. Many bouts of melanoma. Not fun but I am clear now. Going in for surgery
again in a few weeks, fingers crossed, no metastases.
If I had big, thick, full head of hair I would be one vain glorious bastard. More than
I am now Would pay way more attention to my hair than it would deserve.
Not having a lot of hair was never a factor with women when I was younger as long
as you do not try and cover it up. You know what I mean.
Lastly . . . and this is just speculation on my part . . . a woman having a bald father
will make baldness more 'acceptable'.