Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by N003, Sep 7, 2018.
He has a new hair cut:
As you can see, he has male pattern baldness :
But he is 43, so not a big deal
Strong change from the royal wedding...
Do you know why? He usually uses Toppik:
Beckham has been playing the most effective cover-up game for about 15 years now.
Now the tabloids have finally realised it.
I suspect it's "game over" too. One reaches a point where mild coverups only draw attention to the problem. Lucky he has strong facial features. Now he's a candidate for future Tsuji advertising spokesman.
He's too rich to lose his hairline (framing), and with his face it doesn't even matter. Women will drool about him for eternity.
Looks like he's trying hard to compensate with tattoos. But we here are onto him.
Or maybe he just likes tattoos.
He has mild thinning which isn't noticeable when its grown out. He's 43, looks incredible, and has very little to worry about.
2 months ago:
He has some thinning which is going to be apparent in strong sunlight and buzzed down.
My hair is the same but I am 7 years younger and have darker hair so it's more obvious.
That’s bs. Just because you hit 40+ doesn’t mean you stop caring. Most FUE clinic photo galleries are full of old men with work done.
Is it really possible to go from the first to the second just with concealer? It seems too good to be true. I don't see how he'd be able to cover up the crown and the area around it. My pattern is similar to his and I absolutely can not grow it out and use concealer to get it to look like actual hair. How does he do it?
Even at 43 with thinning hair he still looks better then 90% of men. Wayne Rooney, however, is a different matter.
Direct sunlight and digital cameras will make it seem way worse than reality, it's the over exposure.
That's with a shed load of concealer mind. My hair was like his short but looked like c*** when I grew it to that length
Why the f*** is this under the impact of hair loss, i don't give a sh*t about David Beckham.
He's losing some hair for sure but as others said, he keeps it full by growing it out and using concealer. He might not have good hair anymore if this is all true and those pictures don't lie. In fact even for his age it would still be in bad shape but he can easily rectify it. No one can dispute his appeal to the ladies due to his amazing looks, he'd be a catch without the fame too. But no comment so far on his skin? It's terrible for someone just 43. Wrinkles, crows feet and jowls. I know it's quite the norm for many North Euros genetically but for me it's shocking. There are men in my family in their mid 50s barely like that with clean dry tight skin. I get it gives him a rugged handsome look but I've noticed this in him a while. Even his neck area has that atrophied, loose skin look.
I noticed some members on here they had premature skin ageing with balding, really oily looking skin too. I wonder if the bad skin is related to aggressive hair loss? Sebaceous gland hyperactivity is linked to androgen action and so is hair loss/dandruff/skin inflammation either directly or indirectly. But then it doesn't explain the guys on here who have youthful skin despite losing all their hair at a young age.
Oxidative stress is seen in Androgenetic Alopecia, other skin and systemic conditions, largely out of our control.