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>> No. 5641 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 10:24 pm
5641 Hair loss and what to do
Lads,
Since hitting my mid-twenties, my hair on top is thinning, which I'm pretty sure is male pattern hair loss. Seems to me there must be plenty of poofs that've gone through this so I thought I'd ask for some advice.

I'm not really that upset about it, I did use finasteride for 4 weeks but there doesn't seem to have been an improvement. So I'm ready to just suck it up and accept the loss.

What I'm unsure about now is how to carry it. Asking for my normal haircut, which I've had for about a decade, is no longer possible. Are there people I could rely on to advise me on how best I should carry it? E.g. full slaphead, number 3 all over, etc. I just don't trust myself to make a good call and once you commit to a drastic haircut like that, you live with the consequences a bit.
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>> No. 5642 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 10:37 pm
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>>5641
Finasteride has side effects which aren't worth it even if the percentile is as slim as the manufacturers claim.

I'd suggest, in all sincerity, to stop masturbating, there hasn't been a whole lot of research into this specifically but there are numerous studies which link up to show a relationship between orgasm and DHT, and DHT and hair loss. Not to say this'll reverse anything but it may slow it down.

What've you got to lose by not wacking off anyway?
>> No. 5644 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 11:01 pm
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>>5641
Do nothing. Buy a pair of clippers. Buzz cut all over. Razor sometimes. Man the fucking fuck up. The "consequences" last no more than a month when it all grows back and you look like a long haired fucker with a bald patch. Cut it all off and wear it with pride.
>> No. 5645 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 11:02 pm
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>>5644
Also, when you do this, you no longer need to "ask for your normal haircut". You do it yourself.
>> No. 5646 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 11:33 pm
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>>5642

I wonder if I'll be able to grow a beard if I stop masturbating five times a day.
>> No. 5647 Anonymous
21st September 2016
Wednesday 11:53 pm
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>>5642
Maybe post, well, anything to prove your bollocks?
>> No. 5648 Anonymous
22nd September 2016
Thursday 12:03 am
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Unless you have a dicky ticker, minoxidil is quite safe. It's not particularly expensive if you buy the generic stuff, but it only works for about 40% of men.

To be honest, I think you're better off just dubbing your head.
>> No. 5649 Anonymous
22nd September 2016
Thursday 12:41 am
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>>5646
There's no truth to it. You can be a chronic wanker and still grow a decent beard, if someone who definitely isn't me (honest guv!) is anything to go by. My uncle, 50 and balding, likes to have a go at my facial rug, and I just tell him he must be jealous he can't grow one now.
>> No. 5650 Anonymous
22nd September 2016
Thursday 5:15 am
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>>5641

I went to a proper hair salon, first this poncy place in Chiswick and then when I moved up north a Toni & Guy. The head stylist in both places was an older guy who knew exactly how to cut my hair so that my on top thinning really doesn't show us much. I suppose once you get to a certain stage then even this kind of optical illusion won't really work and you'll have to just accept life and buzz the lot.

Personally I made a sort of pact with the devil where he gets my soul if I don't go bald or lose any teeth before 40. Looking back I should have shot for 50.
>> No. 5757 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 1:04 pm
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I'm just starting to go thin on my crown too. It's not much but it's obviously happening.

I do wonder if rogaine is worth a try, it seems pretty much risk free. But then again I look pretty good with a shaved bonce anyway - I'm certainly not worrying, but it'd be nice to have the option of hair. I do have nice thick hair otherwise.

Googling anything about it gets you a LOT of very worried/panicking men talking about their bald spots and asking if it looks bad. I'm a bit relieved I haven't reacted this way (yet?). It's basically the one and only problem men even have due to aging, women fucking start melting at my age but blokes tend to get better looking.

Sage for posting in a two year old thread.
>> No. 5758 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 1:21 pm
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>>5757
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wahl-Afro-Baldfader-Mains-Clipper/dp/B000HC2MCK

Shave and be proud of getting old. I have one of these, it cuts the closest of all of them.
>> No. 5759 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 4:09 pm
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>>5758

>Shave and be proud

I have no qualms with that, to be fair.

Appreciate the shaver recommendation, but would you happen to know the best battery powered one? I'm an international businessman you know.
>> No. 5760 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 7:51 pm
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>>5759
>best battery powered one

Never seen a good one. You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave, when it is short it is stubbly and beardy and you need a perfect cut else it a) hurts and b) looks terrible. The baldfader is the best out there.

You can try razoring it too for a really close shave, but it takes a while to make it look good, a bit too long for me in the shower in the morning, so I use the baldfader on grade 0 twice a week, with grade 1 for the beard - it comes with all the attachments and doo-dahs. Use the razor for dates/interviews..
>> No. 5761 Anonymous
25th March 2018
Sunday 8:25 pm
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>>5759

>I'm an international businessman don't you know
>> No. 5762 Anonymous
26th March 2018
Monday 7:06 am
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>>5760

>You actually need quite a lot of power to get a good head shave

Fair play. I've done a grade 0 on a generic battery powered one before, and it's alright but it's definitely a bit 'fuzzy'.

I'll get one, they're cheap enough too. There's a hilarious review of it on amazon, a bloke has posted three pictures of his head with a few tiny red splotches, and has complained in all caps about how it's nearly killed him. The shave looks great though.

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