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Old 01-24-2014, 09:53 AM #16
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And another $20k on shampoo and conditioner, and 50,000 hours of shower time. Much easier to just rub a bar of soap on your head and get out.
Exactly! I don't even use a mirror except to see if my face has dirt on it haha. I comb my hair with a washcloth.
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Exactly! I don't even use a mirror
I still require a mirror to make sure my manly abundance of facial hair is properly aligned. If I don't hit my chin fleece with a comb it's prone to go in all directions, and don't nobody want to see that.
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Those Andis trimmers are super high quality.

I recently bought one of their lower end models, sub $40 and it's blown away any Wahl or Remington I've used. What's more, there were a bunch of black dudes hair styles all over the box so I felt cool buying it lol.
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I lost the majority of my hair by 21, and all by 24 to have the infamous horseshoe. At 5'6", that is not a good thing, at least in my eyes back then. At 36, I don't think about it.

There are pros and cons to losing one's hair. I do wear more hats due to the extremes of the weather.

I tried Rogaine once, and said no more. Too costly and messy. I have never seen one implant of a rug that doesn't look fake to some degree. When I asked women if I should get a rug implant, easily 90% said no.

My ex wife loved that I was bald, so does my current squeeze with the latter having been told by her aunt, who is an ex madame from NYC, that bald men make the best lovers. With that much experience behind such a bold statement, I'll just leave it at that.

Let the hair go IMHO; save your money to keep doing upgrades to your 3rd Gen.
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I can afford to trim off 4-6" and you can just implant it...

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All men have the same amount of testosterone. If some choose to use it to maintain their hair, so be it. I've got other uses for mine.
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My hair has always been thin and now that I hit 50 the bird nest in back is very noticeable. Luckily I still don't have grey hair but if I did so be it. My bro is three years younger and his just really went grey.

I did shave it once but the shape of my head did not work well with that look.

The older I get the less the hair on the top of my head grows but my beard grows faster. Go figure.

My advice is just deal with what you get. There is nothing more pathetic than some guy who obviously douses his hair regularly with black black #5.

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When I was 61, my Doctor ran a testosterone test on me--658 about a 26 yr old. Not that is made any difference in my life. I was taking DHEA for a month straight before that.
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As long as Willy-The-One-Eyed-Wonder-Worm rises to the occasion, hair is a non-issue.
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Ahahah, that sounds really terrible, because after this, over time, your hair will start to fall out and you will become a bald dude, and you will have to look for methods to deal with bald hair. I still think that you are joking, but in any case I’ll leave you one excellent link to a site that has a huge number of treatments for baldness. Here is the link Alopecia and Hair Loss: Hair Loss Types, Hair Loss Causes & Treatment , but I hope it doesn’t come in handy.
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Ahahah, that sounds really terrible, because after this, over time, your hair will start to fall out and you will become a bald dude, and you will have to look for methods to deal with bald hair. I still think that you are joking, but in any case Iíll leave you one excellent link to a site that has a huge number of treatments for baldness. Here is the link Alopecia and Hair Loss: Hair Loss Types, Hair Loss Causes & Treatment , but I hope it doesnít come in handy.
many men have problems with baldness, believe me someone here just come in handy)
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Vitamins/Rogaine are pretty much worthless for most with thinning hair.

when it get really bad (bald), you can elect surgery (Bosley). This can/will get expensive, but apparently is very good (can't notice it).
Agree that Rogaine is of limited use, but couldn't disagree more about Bosley (and the others that perform HT). In my experience there are at least as many disasters as there are successes. And if you are really bald HT is not going to be able to harvest enough donor hairs to really help.
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Grow a pair of heavy duty cahones and shave it off every 2 to 5 days max. Eazy peazy!!

Been doing this last 15 years !! No big deal. Hair treatment for loss is equivalent to girls highlights. Getting bald up there who cares???


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