Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by OldnBald, Jan 7, 2020.
Damn really nice results.
Holy sh*t! Great result. Dont add anything because you dont need it at this point. Congrats dude.
I'm adding nothing. It's already a big enough pain in the *** to put minoxidil on 2x a day. I knock it down to once a day at about a year on finasteride, I just don't want to break the precedent until then.
are you still using dermatch?
Sometimes, sometimes not. It looks passable without, but much better with. I only use a little though, when I first got it, the first couple times it was a bit absurd haha.
hmm, what does it do to the hair that makes it look absurd? it should blend in, no?
I’m considering starting finsta man. How are the side affects? They are scary to me as a already deal with anxiety. Are they even real or just a disclaimer ?
Side effects are very rare and even if you experience some you can just stop.
Just putting too much on. My main problem is the hairline, so it's tough to make that look non noticable. It's still a hell of a lot better than fibers, as they fall out n just in general look like sh*t. The only thing bad about dermatch is that if you put a fair amount on, particularly when applying wet, it frizzes your hair. So I apply it to my hair after I use a little spray bottle to gently wet the hair a bit, with the application brush dry. Then after it dries, about ten mins, then I use a volumizer light hold and that's it. Looks nice and dense and hoe ready.
No sides for me. Been on nearly five months. I'm going to post my five month progress in about a week. Think it's a bit better than the four month.
Not even reduced semen volume? i got that on finasteride, i thought it was quite common tbh.
Yeah I didn't get that. The derm n most ppl I heard from told me I'd get that. Still bustin ropes.
******MONTH 5 UPDATE******
So same old style pictures with the harsh bathroom lighting, after minoxidil dries, nothing else in my hair. Front and both sides this time.
Picture may not be that great, but more density in the front, more throughout, less shedding of those little damaged hairs. The pictures obviously make the hair look worse in this lighting, but I want to be consistent.
I'm growing my hair out, so some might say "it only looks better because he is a diffuse thinner and is now growing it out". but really that only works until a certain length, then it just looks stringy and painfully thin. This hasn't happened, yet at least. Also I can get away with combing my hair back, which was a big no-no before. I can even just about get away with it without dermatch, although I still like a little boost with it.
Looks good. Probably look even better and thicker with a bit of length off the sides.
Yeah this is how it usually looks when I style it
Looks solid af man
Yeah in harsh lighting it still looks thinnish in front. But its getting there.
Looks awesome man. Hopefully I can have hair looking that nice when I hit your age! Lol
Man a 29 saying when I hit your age....tough getting old
You're 36, right? What's the state of your friends' hair who are similar to your age? Compared to them, would you say your hair is better?