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Why Does Everyone Comb Their Hair Up After Surgery

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I’ve gotten this question a lot, here’s why. But in all seriousness, the caesar cut just isn’t popular right now. It has nothing to do with how the hair grows on the scalp. 

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It's after the shampoo? What other hairstyles can show the weaknesses of a hair trasplant? I confess that I'd like to get a similar haircut, but in my case perhaps it would be possible to do it

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I thought it was because it provided the best illusion of density? For example in Couto's videos, literally every patient has that combed up hairstyle lol.

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42 minutes ago, Struggle said:

It's after the shampoo? What other hairstyles can show the weaknesses of a hair trasplant? I confess that I'd like to get a similar haircut, but in my case perhaps it would be possible to do it

Yea outta the shower, my hair was a little damp. 


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Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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35 minutes ago, giegnosiganoe said:

I thought it was because it provided the best illusion of density? For example in Couto's videos, literally every patient has that combed up hairstyle lol.

Nah, combing your hair up exposes the hairline more, and requires more density. Combing forward isn’t a popular style. It’s all about the pompadour and undercuts.


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Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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It just happens to be a popular style on guys now. I imagine even more on some younger guys who have a new hairline from a hair transplant and been wanting to be able to comb their hair that way for a while and are tired of trying to hide their balding, receding, thinning hairline.

 

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I would imagine it's about being able to. Certainly I am looking forward to being able to style my hair brushed back and exposing the hairline, god willing!

I am not sure about the brushed forward style not being popular last year the blunt crop was the hipster hairstyle

Certain styles like a pomp "a la Melvin" are timeless and never go out of style though!

 

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