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#1

This is the perfect hairline with the cowlick, I am bringing this pic to my hair transplant doctor and see if he can reproduce this


#2

» This is the perfect hairline with the cowlick, I am bringing this pic to my
» hair transplant doctor and see if he can reproduce this
»
»

You can forget about it. I don’t think I have ever seen hair like this from a hair transplant. Maybe Hasson and Wong and Armani


#3


#4

Almost any of the decent doctors could do that hairline on almost any HT patient if they chose to.

The question is -

Are you a good candidate to be able to support that hairline as you continue to lose more hair for decades to come?


#5

No kidding, that is a perfect hairline. I totally forgot what a natural hairline looks like. Cal I disagree. I have been spending too much time in the hair transplant forum, I got brainwashed seeing those crappy hair transplant pics and I forgot what a natural hairline is like.


#6

» No kidding, that is a perfect hairline. I totally forgot what a natural
» hairline looks like. Cal I disagree. I have been spending too much time in
» the hair transplant forum, I got brainwashed seeing those crappy hair
» transplant pics and I forgot what a natural hairline is like.

Damn, that s a gorgeous head of hair. You are correct, nothing that I have seen in the HT forum came close to this hairline. Nothing!


#7

» » No kidding, that is a perfect hairline. I totally forgot what a natural
» » hairline looks like. Cal I disagree. I have been spending too much time
» in
» » the hair transplant forum, I got brainwashed seeing those crappy hair
» » transplant pics and I forgot what a natural hairline is like.
»
» Damn, that s a gorgeous head of hair. You are correct, nothing that I have
» seen in the HT forum came close to this hairline. Nothing!

that is because his is a natural full head of hair

hair transplants only provide hair rearrangement, the illusion of hair


#8

Are we really gonna complain about the difference between an 80% density HT versus a 100% density natural hairline?

A hairline’s compromised quality due to graft conservation is not the same thing as compromised quality due to the HT process itself. I think if you’ve got the donor grafts and the limited natural hair loss, you can have pretty much the perfect hairline again with a lot of high-quality HTs. IF you’ve got that donor supply to rip through.

IMO we just never see it because virtually nobody has the donor.

Remember, even when a guy gets a thick-looking NW#1 hairline transplanted, that still doesn’t necessarily mean he has gone 100% reckless with the grafts in front. It only guarantees that he went about 1/2-2/3 reckless with the density and 100% reckless with the coverage.


#9

» Are we really gonna complain about the difference between an 80% density HT
» versus a 100% density natural hairline?
»
»
» A hairline’s compromised quality due to graft conservation is not the same
» thing as compromised quality due to the HT process itself. I think if
» you’ve got the donor grafts and the limited natural hair loss, you can
» have pretty much the perfect hairline again with a lot of high-quality
» HTs. IF you’ve got that donor supply to rip through.
»
» IMO we just never see it because virtually nobody has the donor.
»
»
» Remember, even when a guy gets a thick-looking NW#1 hairline transplanted,
» that still doesn’t necessarily mean he has gone 100% reckless with the
» grafts in front. It only guarantees that he went about 1/2-2/3 reckless
» with the density and 100% reckless with the coverage.

how many guys do you think get 80 percent density?
If you lose half your hair on your head, lets say half your head goes bald, then the remaining hair is probably also about half as thick as it was before

if you can achieve even 40 percent density with a hair transplant you should be jumping up and down

most hair transplants are illusions, you have to comb them specially to get the appearance of hair

now if a guy just lost about 15 percent of the front hairline sure he can get a thick thick transplant and replace it

try to get 80 percent density on a NW 6
you are living a dream if you think that is possible


#10

I never said it was possible for a NW#6.

Nothing even close. I doubt it would be possible for any more than maybe a (total lifetime loss) NW#3. Certainly nothing you would want to risk with only the current level of MPB treatments available.

I was speaking theoretically.

HT technology still takes a lot of beating for “unnatural looks” and I don’t think it is all deserved. Modern HT results still look questionable on so many cases because practically every HT that ever happens is still seriously limited by the donor supply.

Lack of donor graft suppy + lack of patient’s money supply = overstretched coverage at the expense of density. Even the best “full density” conservative HT cases we see are still covering most of the head with only 50-66% of the original density.

What I am saying is that if the donor supply problem is ever defeated, then traditional HTs (without any new advancements) could theoretically look better than we have ever seen them look in the past. And for some guys who are still pretty early in the MPB process, just the advent of a real permanent loss-prevention option alone would be enough to make the difference.

A top HT doc, re-creating a hairline with 80+ percent of the original density, WITH the next several inches of frontal area backing it up at the same kind of density . . . that would look amazing.


#11

» This is the perfect hairline with the cowlick, I am bringing this pic to my
» hair transplant doctor and see if he can reproduce this
»
»

this guy has the best hair, i haven’t seen another celeb that has better hair


#12

» » This is the perfect hairline with the cowlick, I am bringing this pic to
» my
» » hair transplant doctor and see if he can reproduce this
» »
» »
»
» this guy has the best hair, i haven’t seen another celeb that has better
» hair
umm, i dont know how u say that. have u seen him recently? his hair is definately nice, but its not the best by far…he also grew it rather long a few years back and it looked kinda straggly. he has too much temple showing for me

you can kind of see it in this pic, theres alot of temple showing. while im not insinuating he is receding, i personally dont like this hairline because its what i have had for like all my life.
If i could get a hair transplant, i would request that my hairline be brought to this:

i always wanted just a straight hairline that meets with the sides with no noticeable temple angles.

and as for best celeb hair, theres far better out there, ie:



#13

» If i could get a hair transplant, i would request that my hairline be
» brought to this:
»
» i always wanted just a straight hairline that meets with the sides with no
» noticeable temple angles.
»
» and as for best celeb hair, theres far better out there, ie:
»
»
»

Helmet hair!


#14

» » If i could get a hair transplant, i would request that my hairline be
» » brought to this:
» »
»
» » i always wanted just a straight hairline that meets with the sides with
»» Helmet hair!

LOL his hairline looks kinda strange :yes:


#15

I agree. Low is good but people act like it can’t be overdone or something. That blond guy’s hairline in the last pic looks almost like a hairpiece even if it’s not one.

Imagine that hairline on a grey-haired 73yo guy. Looks even weirder and even more like a hairpiece.


#16

» I agree. Low is good but people act like it can’t be overdone or
» something. That blond guy’s hairline in the last pic looks almost like a
» hairpiece even if it’s not one.
»
» Imagine that hairline on a grey-haired 73yo guy. Looks even weirder and
» even more like a hairpiece.

Agreed, it looks ridiculous, even that patrick Dempsy guy’s hair looks weird, way too much hair.


#17

Dempsey’s hairline is better than a lot of guys’ hairlines though.

I might wanna move it upwards a single centimeter if I was him at his current age (mid-40s?), but keep the same hairline shape overall.

I just don’t understand the obsession with wanting to look 21yo all the time. At least not for men. Career, attractiveness to females, being taken seriously by other people in general . . . it all seems to be better in your later 20s & early 30s than at any other time in life. That’s squarely in NW#2 territory for most men.


#18

» Dempsey’s hairline is better than a lot of guys’ hairlines though.
»
» I might wanna move it upwards a single centimeter if I was him at his
» current age (mid-40s?), but keep the same hairline shape overall.
»
»
» I just don’t understand the obsession with wanting to look 21yo all the
» time. At least not for men. Career, attractiveness to females, being
» taken seriously by other people in general . . . it all seems to be better
» in your later 20s & early 30s than at any other time in life. That’s
» squarely in NW#2 territory for most men.

you people baffle me. its clear your just regurgitating what hair transplant docs stuff down your throat.
99 percent of the men i see in their 20s and 95 percent of the men in their 30s dont suffer from receding hairlines. i know it seems like thats false being we’re all on a hair loss forum but in the real world, majority of people in such an age range seem to have no hair problems.

furthermore, having no recession later in life is clearly a benefit in regards to women contrary to what these guys tell you. Case in point:




yes, yes please continue explaining to all of us how success in life is NW 2 territory. what a copout dude
and before you say it, MOST men i see 20,30,40 everywhere i go must be blessed with such hair genetics because recession and hair loss is not as common when we really open our eyes and stop looking for that one guy on the street whose hair is worse than our own.


#19

» you people baffle me. its clear your just regurgitating what hair
» transplant docs stuff down your throat.
» 99 percent of the men i see in their 20s and 95 percent of the men in
» their 30s dont suffer from receding hairlines. i know it seems like thats
» false being we’re all on a hair loss forum but in the real world, majority
» of people in such an age range seem to have no hair problems.
»
» furthermore, having no recession later in life is clearly a benefit in
» regards to women contrary to what these guys tell you. Case in point:
» yes, yes please continue explaining to all of us how success in life is NW
» 2 territory. what a copout dude
» and before you say it, MOST men i see 20,30,40 everywhere i go must be
» blessed with such hair genetics because recession and hair loss is not as
» common when we really open our eyes and stop looking for that one guy on
» the street whose hair is worse than our own.

Partly disagree with you. Being in my mid-30s, a third to half of my friends colleagues etc are receding - if not NW6-7 alltogether (I know it sounds stupid, but I actually counted them).

As many examples can prove it (e.g. one of my post about soccer stars Henry & Ljunberg), receding is not a problem of being attractive to women, the 1st parameters being CONFIDENCE IN LIFE and PERSONALITY (well before money, success etc).


#20

» » you people baffle me. its clear your just regurgitating what hair
» » transplant docs stuff down your throat.
» » 99 percent of the men i see in their 20s and 95 percent of the men in
» » their 30s dont suffer from receding hairlines. i know it seems like
» thats
» » false being we’re all on a hair loss forum but in the real world,
» majority
» » of people in such an age range seem to have no hair problems.
» »
» » furthermore, having no recession later in life is clearly a benefit in
» » regards to women contrary to what these guys tell you. Case in point:
» » yes, yes please continue explaining to all of us how success in life is
» NW
» » 2 territory. what a copout dude
» » and before you say it, MOST men i see 20,30,40 everywhere i go must be
» » blessed with such hair genetics because recession and hair loss is not
» as
» » common when we really open our eyes and stop looking for that one guy
» on
» » the street whose hair is worse than our own.
»
» Partly disagree with you. Being in my mid-30s, a third to half of my
» friends colleagues etc are receding - if not NW6-7 alltogether (I know it
» sounds stupid, but I actually counted them).
»
» As many examples can prove it (e.g. one of my post about soccer stars
» Henry & Ljunberg), receding is not a problem of being attractive to women,
» the 1st parameters being CONFIDENCE IN LIFE and PERSONALITY (well before
» money, success etc).

i agree that its not impossible for guys with receding hairlines to find women…but im saying it surely is a HUGE plus to have a young mans head of hair later in life. Ask george clooney. And while lots of men recede as they get older, i really have noticed working in a city of over a million people that its not as common as we think