Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by N003, Jan 2, 2018.
Norwood 1 Norwood 2
@CopeForLife posted Norwood 3.
Another fraudster. Again like Clooney not fully bald, but certainly hiding things.
Not sure if he use a wig:
A lot of these guys like Affleck have a hairline that changes too drastically in shape, density and positioning for them not to be doing something but it's hard to tell. Combination of hairpiece, transplants and concealers + medication all possible. That crown loss pic of Affleck wasn't for a film either which makes it far more suspect that he's opted for the hairpiece option and it's fairly recent too.
You should dye your remaining hair grey.
This is one of my favourite movies, by the way.
That dancing scene is so cool!
Watch you talking about, Janice?
Re your avatar;
Get rid of this imposter astronaut and keep the American flag.
Give it some thought.
Since we're talking about hairlines and norwoods, just wanted to add a further point. A few surgeons I've seen offering "middle age appropriate hairlines," this attitude really sucks and other surgeons are strongly against it. Lets ignore the issue of further balding, finasteride, donor capacity and assume everything is ideal. Why would a surgeon give someone a Norwood 2.5 hairline? I've seen this a few times, coming back with a balding hairline. Then on the post pictures they comb forwards the corners! The veteran surgeons have noted that there is nothing wrong with a mature hairline into old age, perfectly natural. Even juvenile.
I'd say the differences are small too between NWs at times discounting a true juvenile hairline which is lower in the centre and corners. Mine was triple measured for a mature hairline but I had the choice of a flat mature hairline - further 5mm lower on the corners. So in other words, just 5mm separated a Norwood 1 from say Norwood 1.5/2 whatever I chose.
Looks fantastic. I'd take a hairline like that any day of the week (as long as the hair is thick)
I actually think it looks much better than that horizontal line wig Clooney is sporting
So is George Clooney actually wearing a rug? This is confusing
People who look at all the photos across the years and think he isn't wearing are unfortunately married to the idea that a celebrity they like and always thought was an example of "perfection" and godtier genetics isn't actually just a plebian baldite rug wearing finasteride junkie like themselves in some regards.
Too close man
No Wig, just natural hairs:
Big Size Photo :
Unrelated, but does anyone know why/how people's face/skull shape changes even after they are "fully" an adult? As you can see in the above pic, Affleck's mature face is much wider, with a more pronounced jaw. Is it just the continued effects of androgens on shaping our faces? (I assume this continues after puberty/our late teen years). And even if he was very young in the younger pic there, you can clearly see that his face/skull were narrower even in Good Will Hunting, where he was already 24-25 and you'd think he was fully grown already by that point. I also don't think it's just skin sag or other aging markers, because the actual bone structure looks different. Nor is it fat, because he was super lean in Batman vs. Superman. I ask this because I'm pretty sure my face has changed in a similar manner as I've gotten older.
Maybe he only has a very small amount of hairloss and uses concealers too, but 100% he on occasion and regularly over the years he wears a hairpiece. No ones hair is this fucking inconsistent.
Also 1999 but totally different shape
Clearly thinning and temples recessed 2002
Clearly recessed 1998
1998 again a v shaped an recessed hairline
vs 1996 with prominent point
Then this shit in like 2010
And this hairline he stole from a black guy and the density is completely different to other photos
All over the fucking place.
This thread is eye opening; seems like a lot of these "Chad Thundercock" celebrities are cucks just like us!
It just goes to show that hair loss is a battle that can’t be won without interference. It will always catch you eventually. It doesn’t matter how good your hair genes are.. you will get to a point in life where it all goes tits up from there. Problem is, a lot of people like those on this forum unfortunately hit that stage too early (20’s/30’s). By the way none of this applies to Brad Pitt because he’s immortal.
This. You can't deny it. The fact that the hairline has changed so much is proof enough, unless there is some magic treatment that lets you chose your hairline from day to day.