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If it was juts a bit broader.....



Every day I look at my hairline and every day I see no change as to what it was 4 or 5 years ago. I hit my mid 30's last year so it's all downhill from here, which I don't mind at all but it is frustrating.

I'm still using the derma roller, taking zinc and vitamin D pills and drinking green tea every day and I'm guessing it has helped a lot in maintenence but still. I've been experimenting with different harstyles and no matter what I do I just can't get away with anything other than my usual just off centre parting.

I don't find a bit of receding abhorrant, a mature hairline can look quite swish and cool but unfortunatly my receding digs just that bit too far deep upward rather than the more common round the sides and up a little. The actual hair at my temples is fine and solid, it's my brow hairline that is affected.

If it was even just a 'little' broader, say half an inch then I would be sporting a Jim Carry type hairline and in all honesty, be quite happy with it and wouldn't even think about surgery or anything else for that matter.

Don't get me wrong I'm glad I have the good thick hair that I do, but this looks to be it for me in terms of hair loss and it's frustrating looking at something that's almost perfect but just that bit too far gone to look good.

I still say, and will continue to say that £6000 is a lot of money for one days work on such a small surface area. It will need to be a third of the price before people start considering proper value for money, but there will always be idiots out there willing to pay and ruining it for the rest of us.




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