David Beckhams Hair August 2018 Bald Hair

Wolf Pack

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Looks like absolute sh*t.

He looks totally shitty, for his 43 years he looks damn old.

He's got total junk genes.

I agree. His skin is pretty bad for his age but he pulls of it off because he is handsome and full enough hair for someone approaching middle age.
 

Capone

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It’s all the sun holidays and bacon sandwiches, also having Posh constantly nagging in your ear would put years on any man!
 

Yakitori

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I thought he had the reputation of being a nice guy?

Only because you look like a "chad", it doesn't mean you are one. Same goes for Brad Pitt, I bet people probably think he is a douchebag because he is famous and looks good. Not a surprise other celebrities sided with Brad over Angelina when they went through their debacle even if he presumably was mean to his kids publicly. She is a diva and seems bat sh*t crazy in general while I imagine Brad Pitt could potentially be easy to work with given the the type of roles he has had (both bigger and smaller ones).
 

DerDon

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now he's back to a full head of hair. Just dont get it.
 

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Mapleman

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now he's back to a full head of hair. Just dont get it.

Its the same as with me. I am a diffuse thinner and I buzzed my head down 3 months ago (4 mm), as it was short and growing out it looked like i was thinning heavily (was see through, thin, just overall having the appearance of balding.) I am a heavy diffuse thinner, but now that my hair is getting some length it appear thicker, and with some tactical styling i got normal hair. Beckham is probably using light concealers anyway, but the main reason it looks thicker is his length.

Some friends of mine pointed out whether or not im losing my hair as it was growing out from the buzzcut, but as of these few weeks ive gotten remarks as to how much hair i have again.
 

johnlogan

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Its the same as with me. I am a diffuse thinner and I buzzed my head down 3 months ago (4 mm), as it was short and growing out it looked like i was thinning heavily (was see through, thin, just overall having the appearance of balding.) I am a heavy diffuse thinner, but now that my hair is getting some length it appear thicker, and with some tactical styling i got normal hair. Beckham is probably using light concealers anyway, but the main reason it looks thicker is his length.

Some friends of mine pointed out whether or not im losing my hair as it was growing out from the buzzcut, but as of these few weeks ive gotten remarks as to how much hair i have again.

Same goes for me! Short hair looks thin, longer much more full.
 

Thinning Sucks

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I don’t get it either! No way you can have this “pool hair” and get to a near perfect look now with concealers only. The hair is too thin. Check out his Instagram photos!
 

Matt3535

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He also looks 10 years younger than he is which is what counts. As you get older, you'll realize most people fight aging in different ways. Doing something extra or trying to keep what you have is actually much more appreciated by your peers than letting yourself go, even if it becomes noticeable (which I would say it isn't in this case). Our eyes are drawn to David's hair because that's what we're here for. Stop lying to yourself, he looks great here.
 

tomJ

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He also looks 10 years younger than he is which is what counts. As you get older, you'll realize most people fight aging in different ways. Doing something extra or trying to keep what you have is actually much more appreciated by your peers than letting yourself go, even if it becomes noticeable (which I would say it isn't in this case). Our eyes are drawn to David's hair because that's what we're here for. Stop lying to yourself, he looks great here.
Very true, he looks good...in all honesty, we need someone like David, to bring attention to alopecia, to get people's attention. Ever see something go quiet until someone with pull or money or connections gets ahold of it and then all of a sudden things get accomplished and everyone is talking about it? David would be a great spokesman.
 

Matt3535

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I hear this sentiment expressed quite often and I just don't get it.

What is he supposed to do?
Say that it sucks and that you should accept it? Andre Agassi is your friend.
Say that he has had a bit of work done and that it's bothered him?
That society is superficial and that he didn't need it actually but had it done anyway?

That's exactly what Robbie Williams, perhaps an even more popular star than Beckham, did 5 years ago - on Graham Norton nonetheless.

And nothing happened. The world looked the other way.

Videos on the topic of hairloss get millions of views on YouTube, regular tv shows have been doing segments on this for years. Hairloss doesn't have a visibility problem, it's quite apparent.

The truth is that nothing will happen. Because simply put: There are treatments that work - IF it bothers you. And the reality is, while it may bother most, only a fragment actually do the research, and an even smaller fragment of those actually do take matters into their own hands and do something about it.

The idea that some celebrity will say "Mhh, hairloss sucks" and then we have hair cloning the next year is wishful thinking and a clear sign that someone hasn't fully accepted hairloss. Typical sign of being stuck in the bargaining stage.
 
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tomJ

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I hear this sentiment expressed quite often and I just don't get it.

What is he supposed to do?
Say that it sucks and that you should accept it? Andre Agassi is your friend.
Say that he has had a bit of work done and that it's bothered him?
That society is superficial and that he didn't need it actually but had it done anyway?

That's exactly what Robbie Williams, perhaps and even more popular star than Beckham, did 5 years ago - on Graham Norton nonetheless.

And nothing happened. The world looked the other way.

Videos on the topic of hairloss get millions of views on YouTube, regular tv shows have been doing segments on this for years. Hairloss doesn't have a visibility problem, it's quite apparent.

The truth is that nothing will happen. Because simply put: There are treatments that work - IF it bothers you. And the reality is, while it may bother most, only a fragment actually do the research, and an even smaller fragment of those actually do take steps into their own hands and do something about it.

The idea that some celebrity will say "Mhh, hairloss sucks" and then we have hair cloning the next year is wishful thinking and a clear sign that someone haven't fully accepted hairloss. Typical sign of being stuck in the bargaining stage.
I hear everything your saying but suppose he said, "yes I've had some work done and I'm hoping that our smart people and scientists can work on making more possible solutions as it really brings down people's quality of life".. you would he surprised at what bringing the right type of attention to a matter can do. It stirs the oot, gets people thinking and talking in the science world etc...yes people tall about it now, but again star power brings new life to things...here is a silly example: let's say you and your friends are talking about an issue with sports or your favorite team? Ok, great, but it isnt gonna make headlines. But then Michael Jordan or someone famous fron your team goes on record and says the same thing. Well now people are taking it a little more seriously, aren't they?
And I'm not saying stars will be the solution, but maybe just maybe they have the popularity to make things happen or get things moving faster.....and let me ask you this, if David put up a go find me page to find the next hairloss treatment, and he started by donating, do you think others would follow suit? Your darn right they would.
 

justinbieberscombover

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I hear everything your saying but suppose he said, "yes I've had some work done and I'm hoping that our smart people and scientists can work on making more possible solutions as it really brings down people's quality of life".. you would he surprised at what bringing the right type of attention to a matter can do. It stirs the oot, gets people thinking and talking in the science world etc...yes people tall about it now, but again star power brings new life to things...here is a silly example: let's say you and your friends are talking about an issue with sports or your favorite team? Ok, great, but it isnt gonna make headlines. But then Michael Jordan or someone famous fron your team goes on record and says the same thing. Well now people are taking it a little more seriously, aren't they?
And I'm not saying stars will be the solution, but maybe just maybe they have the popularity to make things happen or get things moving faster.....and let me ask you this, if David put up a go find me page to find the next hairloss treatment, and he started by donating, do you think others would follow suit? Your darn right they would.
The so called "princes" William and Harry could help a lot lol
 
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