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#1


#2

“Ooohhh Go-o-o-od! I’m only like 30 years old and I’m a NW#2! The horror, the horror!”

His hair’s still pretty good in the big scheme of things. Hair loss won’t hurt his life much before commercial HM stamps it out.

I think the dude could use some “male pattern chin loss” though.


#3

» “Ooohhh Go-o-o-od! I’m only like 30 years old and I’m a NW#2! The horror,
» the horror!”
»
» His hair’s still pretty good in the big scheme of things. Hair loss won’t
» hurt his life much before commercial HM stamps it out.
»
»
» I think the dude could use some “male pattern chin loss” though.

man he is going to be a NW 6

the temples are starting to reced WAY down, early , that is a bad sign

personally there are few celebs im happy to see thinning, but I think the guy is a punk, so its ironic that he hosted that show punked on MTV

without his hair, he is nothing, he was just a pretty boy model type, no acting skills, so when his hair goes, I doubt he will be landing any A list movie leading roles. LOL

bye bye ashtons hair


#4

No reason to assume NW#6 with Ashton.

I was NW#2.5 and heading for NW#3 fast when I was only 16. Now I’m almost 30, still about the same hairline as back then, and I’ve only used meds for a year or so in all that time. The worst pattern that minniaturization & family history indicates for me is a NW#4a-5a. And everyone who is directly related to me has no more lifetime loss at all past their early 20s.

This won’t hurt Ashton’s career either way. If he loses his hair then he’ll get a hairpiece. (Or more likely, he’ll get some transplants done right now and then get some real HM done in about 4-5 years.)


#5

» No reason to assume NW#6 with Ashton.
»
» I was NW#2.5 and heading for NW#3 fast when I was only 16. Now I’m almost
» 30, still about the same hairline as back then, and I’ve only used meds for
» a year or so in all that time. The worst pattern that minniaturization &
» family history indicates for me is a NW#4a-5a. And everyone who is
» directly related to me has no more lifetime loss at all past their early
» 20s.
»
»
» This won’t hurt Ashton’s career either way. If he loses his hair then
» he’ll get a hairpiece. (Or more likely, he’ll get some transplants done
» right now and then get some real HM done in about 4-5 years.)

what career, what movies has he been in? I have only seen him on punked, and a tv show, that 70s show

get a piece? if your temples recede like his are , there is not much you can do, a piece would look ridiculous, I mean look at how john travolta has become a laughing stock when he wears his piece


#6

You ain’t gonna see a modern hairpiece on the movie screen unless the actor & crew are both doing a lazy job of maintaining it. Hell, plenty of them go totally undetected even in real life.

Whether Ashton’s got a “career” by some yardstick or not, we all know his name & face and he’s making millions off it.

I’m personally not gonna wear a hairpiece because I’m a NW#3. F-ck that. I’ll just walk around with a NW#3 for now and I’ll get some subtle transplants once it eventually starts going NW#4 on me.

Whether this NW#3 hairline technically qualifies as “receeded” or not, I’ve had basically the same hairline since I was 17. Nobody else can remember ever seeing me look any other way so I don’t get the usual MPB wisecracks.


#7

» You ain’t gonna see a modern hairpiece on the movie screen unless the actor
» & crew are both doing a lazy job of maintaining it. Hell, plenty of them
» go totally undetected even in real life.
»
» Whether Ashton’s got a “career” by some yardstick or not, we all know his
» name & face and he’s making millions off it.
»
»
»
»
» I’m personally not gonna wear a hairpiece because I’m a NW#3. F-ck that.
» I’ll just walk around with a NW#3 for now and I’ll get some subtle
» transplants once it eventually starts going NW#4 on me.
»
» Whether this NW#3 hairline technically qualifies as “receeded” or not,
» I’ve had basically the same hairline since I was 17. Nobody else can
» remember ever seeing me look any other way so I don’t get the usual MPB
» wisecracks.

if a modern piece is undetectable why are all those stories around on how ridiculous travolat looks at premiers and the closeups of his lace

there is no piece that is not detectable, especially where hair meets skin at the hairline, look at travoltas rat he wears on his head, i mean its really laughable for a guy worth even that much he cannot hide it


#8

That’s exactly the point - it’s a little laughable for a guy who is worth so much that he doesn’t have it hidden better.

There are hairpieces that are undetectable. Fact. Plenty of people would go to the mat arguing that this is true in real life, let alone on a movie screen where it is so much easier.

And if you won’t believe that, then what about just getting a HT’d hairline out of real hair and then wearing a 'piece behind it? Even more undetectable.

And if you won’t believe that, then there’s still the bangs option: Guys like Ashton can wear the 'piece with the bangs down, totally covering the hairline. He wouldn’t look any different than everyone has gotten used to seeing him for the last 10 years.

(Now face it – I have just won this particular little debate point about Ashton Kutcher and hairpieces. You’re full of sh*t if you still insist otherwise.)


#9

» That’s exactly the point - it’s a little laughable for a guy who is worth
» so much that he doesn’t have it hidden better.
»
» There are hairpieces that are undetectable. Fact. Plenty of people would
» go to the mat arguing that this is true in real life, let alone on a movie
» screen where it is so much easier.
»
»
» And if you won’t believe that, then what about just getting a HT’d
» hairline out of real hair and then wearing a 'piece behind it? Even more
» undetectable.
»
» And if you won’t believe that, then there’s still the bangs option: Guys
» like Ashton can wear the 'piece with the bangs down, totally covering the
» hairline. He wouldn’t look any different than everyone has gotten used to
» seeing him for the last 10 years.
»
»
» (Now face it – I have just won this particular little debate point about
» Ashton Kutcher and hairpieces. You’re full of sh*t if you still insist
» otherwise.)

listen douchebag
you could not win an argument with a half brained coma victim

your arguments about pieces looking natural are laughable
name one celeb with a piece who nobody knows or it looks natural

travolta looks like a desperate imbecile,
if guys with 100 million bucks in the bank cannot buy a natural looking piece then what does that say about pieces looking natural

as far as gettting the front transplanted and wearing a piece in the back, you are joking right

99 percent of transplants look nothing like a natural hairline, yes some look good but totally natural no…why? becauwse the temples are receded , and no matter how great the hairline, it looks like a hat because the temples recede

then put a piece on the crown? and you think this is undetectable, ya right

the only people who think pieces are undetectable are the guys who bought the piece
the rest of his friends and family snicker behind his back


#10

it’s possible for a piece to go undetected; however, this only happens when all 3 of the following conditions exists:

  • the piece is new
  • the existing hair, to mesh in with the piece, has recently been cut
  • the piece has been meticulously styled to blend in with the existing hair

i usually spot hairpieces because they almost never blend in well with the users hair on their sides and back. my uncle wears a piece and what gives it away is that it sometimes doesn’t blend in well with the hair in the back. additionally, it’s too thick - which looks unnatural.

sly stallone and john travolta wear unnatural looking and detectable pieces. for 2 guys who make millions and can’t always get their rugs to look real, the average joe won’t fare much better.

it’s no secret that elton john travels with his own stylist who maintains the dead squirrel on his head.

this is off-topic, but personally i would never wear a piece. they look ridiculous and are maintenance nightmares. how long can you go around fooling people into thinking you have hair and hiding under some monstrous contraption glued to your head. actors and musicians can get away with wearing them, however, they don’t work out for the average joe. i just scheduled a 1500 FUE procedure next month with Dr. Cole and i’m optimistic this will work out.


#11

I never argued that 'pieces don’t have problems. I argued that Ashton could wear a 'piece undetectably if he put the effort into it and keep hair loss from hurting his career.

Stallone? Travolta?

Come on. Do you REALLY think the half-dozen big names that we know about are REALLY the only men in Hollwood wearing hair? You gotta be joking. Like all cosmetic work, “People think they all look bad because the bad ones are the only ones that they can see at all.”

Hangin, if this was a different debate right now, and I was arguing that HTs can look perfect . . . I’ll bet it would probably be YOU insisting that the hair restoration success cases I’m seeing in Hollywood are really just undetectable hairpieces.

Look at the infamous Matthew McConaghaey case:

Hairpiece or transplant? Sometimes he still shows thinning/recession. But other times (in movies & award shows, etc) his hair still looks absolutely perfect even under the harshest lighting & camera scrutiny. So regardless of whether it’s actually a HT or a hairpiece, either way you’re forced to admit that SOMETHING is perfectly capable of working undetectably when it’s used well.


#12

funnily, some actress he dated said he had a very small dick… poor guy!!!

» » “Ooohhh Go-o-o-od! I’m only like 30 years old and I’m a NW#2! The
» horror,
» » the horror!”
» »
» » His hair’s still pretty good in the big scheme of things. Hair loss
» won’t
» » hurt his life much before commercial HM stamps it out.
» »
» »
» » I think the dude could use some “male pattern chin loss” though.
»
» man he is going to be a NW 6
»
» the temples are starting to reced WAY down, early , that is a bad sign
»
» personally there are few celebs im happy to see thinning, but I think the
» guy is a punk, so its ironic that he hosted that show punked on MTV
»
» without his hair, he is nothing, he was just a pretty boy model type, no
» acting skills, so when his hair goes, I doubt he will be landing any A
» list movie leading roles. LOL
»
» bye bye ashtons hair


#13

» I never argued that 'pieces don’t have problems. I argued that Ashton
» could wear a 'piece undetectably if he put the effort into it and keep
» hair loss from hurting his career.
»
»
»
» Stallone? Travolta?
»
» Come on. Do you REALLY think the half-dozen big names that we know about
» are REALLY the only men in Hollwood wearing hair? You gotta be joking.
» Like all cosmetic work, “People think they all look bad because the bad
» ones are the only ones that they can see at all.”
»
»
»
»
» Hangin, if this was a different debate right now, and I was arguing that
» HTs can look perfect . . . I’ll bet it would probably be YOU insisting
» that the hair restoration success cases I’m seeing in Hollywood are really
» just undetectable hairpieces.
»
»
» Look at the infamous Matthew McConaghaey case:
»
» Hairpiece or transplant? Sometimes he still shows thinning/recession.
» But other times (in movies & award shows, etc) his hair still looks
» absolutely perfect even under the harshest lighting & camera scrutiny. So
» regardless of whether it’s actually a HT or a hairpiece, either way you’re
» forced to admit that SOMETHING is perfectly capable of working
» undetectably when it’s used well.

sorry i dont watch mathew in movies, so I would not know, I just happened to turn to letterman and he was on and his hair looked like shit

perhaps you have all his movies


#14

hey guys, still a point you incredibly seem to overlook: given your hair problems, your eyes are trained to detect ill fitting hairpieces or botched HT’s. But what about the general public? Those travolta and stallone guys just don’t care because the average joe that either has no hairloss problem or just doesn’t care about it won’t fix his staring look on to their hairpieces. 90% of the western population believe those hollywood guys have full heads of hair. And as a european, I can swear this. And what about Michael jackson’s ridiculous sleek femalelike hair moving as a block when he turns his head about? 95% of people really believe it is his hair!!! yeah, natural african american hair…


#15

» hey guys, still a point you incredibly seem to overlook: given your hair
» problems, your eyes are trained to detect ill fitting hairpieces or
» botched HT’s. But what about the general public? Those travolta and
» stallone guys just don’t care because the average joe that either has no
» hairloss problem or just doesn’t care about it won’t fix his staring look
» on to their hairpieces. 90% of the western population believe those
» hollywood guys have full heads of hair. And as a european, I can swear
» this. And what about Michael jackson’s ridiculous sleek femalelike hair
» moving as a block when he turns his head about? 95% of people really
» believe it is his hair!!! yeah, natural african american hair…

yes most people believe that they have a full head of hair, stallone for example,
but once it becomes a rumor they wear a piece, a lot of people start whispering about it , and the truth comes out

example travolta appeared on a talk show with his oscar fake buzz cut hair, then a few days later appeared on another show, with long hair wig on, and people thought, wtf u grew a full head of hair in a few days>?


#16

people dont give a shit as much as you think.


#17

» people dont give a shit as much as you think.

if a celeb is losing his hair, they are like…yawn, it happens to all of us

but if a celeb wears a toupe, especially if he thinks the public does not know, a lot of people kind of look at that like lying on your resume, and like the celeb is trying to dupe them. myself included


#18

» » people dont give a shit as much as you think.
»
» if a celeb is losing his hair, they are like…yawn, it happens to
» all of us
»
» but if a celeb wears a toupe, especially if he thinks the public does not
» know, a lot of people kind of look at that like lying on your resume, and
» like the celeb is trying to dupe them. myself included

jermey piven. wears that freakin toupee on his show Entourage and on the red carpet during the off season. he was like a NW4 back in the early 90’s. now he’s a NW1 or NW0. the press aint doggin him…because nobody gives a shit, lol.

maybe if tom cruise, george clooney, johnny depp, will smith or bradd pitt was doing this then it’d be an issue, but there’s only a handful of celebs on that level anyway and they aint bald, and if they are, it’s because they’re over 50 like sean connery and…if you’re old…nobody gives a shyt if you’re bald, lol.


#19

» » » people dont give a shit as much as you think.
» »
» » if a celeb is losing his hair, they are like…yawn, it happens
» to
» » all of us
» »
» » but if a celeb wears a toupe, especially if he thinks the public does
» not
» » know, a lot of people kind of look at that like lying on your resume,
» and
» » like the celeb is trying to dupe them. myself included
»
» jermey piven. wears that freakin toupee on his show Entourage and
» on the red carpet during the off season. he was like a NW4 back in the
» early 90’s. now he’s a NW1 or NW0. the press aint doggin him…because
» nobody gives a shit, lol.
»
» maybe if tom cruise, george clooney, johnny depp, will smith or bradd pitt
» was doing this then it’d be an issue, but there’s only a handful of celebs
» on that level anyway and they aint bald, and if they are, it’s because
» they’re over 50 like sean connery and…if you’re old…nobody gives a
» shyt if you’re bald, lol.

who the hell is jermey piven


#20

» » » » people dont give a shit as much as you think.
» » »
» » » if a celeb is losing his hair, they are like…yawn, it
» happens
» » to
» » » all of us
» » »
» » » but if a celeb wears a toupe, especially if he thinks the public does
» » not
» » » know, a lot of people kind of look at that like lying on your resume,
» » and
» » » like the celeb is trying to dupe them. myself included
» »
» » jermey piven. wears that freakin toupee on his show Entourage
» and
» » on the red carpet during the off season. he was like a NW4 back in the
» » early 90’s. now he’s a NW1 or NW0. the press aint doggin him…because
» » nobody gives a shit, lol.
» »
» » maybe if tom cruise, george clooney, johnny depp, will smith or bradd
» pitt
» » was doing this then it’d be an issue, but there’s only a handful of
» celebs
» » on that level anyway and they aint bald, and if they are, it’s because
» » they’re over 50 like sean connery and…if you’re old…nobody gives
» a
» » shyt if you’re bald, lol.
»
»
» who the hell is jermey piven

Don’t get sassy you little SOB. You know damn well who he means gaywad.