How to know if you are going to be bald(Head and face shapes that cause hair loss)

Do you believe that ceratain types of head shapes cause hair loss

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Mitko1

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There is this particular theory that states changes in bone structure as we age may push out hairs . I believe this is true as those suffering from male pattern baldness , has a round skull shape. This is why hair on our body doesnt shed because the skin is hardened with a layer of fat in between the bone
I don't think this is the case. I think that balding men are born with those types of scull shape. The way the scull bones develop is due to genetics.
 

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@Ritchie There is a type of face shape that I call "moderate or average. This is a type of face shape that is not as poor as the one of bald men but still predisposes you to hair loss. Men that have this type of facial structure and a bad galea recede to a Norwood 3 and then a bald spot at the crown develops but not always.

I think one of the men that fit in this category is Jude Law.
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He has formed a really prominent M-shaped peninsula. And he did so because I think he doesn't have good craniofacial development. By his nose shape you can tell that he has a long face with improper inclination of his cheekbones.
But you can notice that his facial structure is not as poor as that of a bald man. That's why he won't go fully bald.

This man is also in this category. I learned recently that he has a bald spot at the crown.
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I don't know If Jude Law does.
 
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@Ritchie for bonus this guy also is only Norwood 3 because the facial structure isn't very poor. He has wide and very ridged galea.


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Mitko1

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@Ritchie I watched the match Spain - Costa Rica today and referee definitely got some hair problem going on. He's developing a bald spot at the crown with a Norwood 1 intact.

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In 2014 it wooked much more dense than in 2022

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It wouldn't be surprising if it's androgenetic alopecia because his facial structure is very poor.

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If he shaves his head his galea would 100% appear to have some ridges. I think that his case is similar to Paul Anka where his rounded hairline makes his galea look better. The size of it is also tricking. He doesn't have that symmetry that non balding men with poor facial structure have I think. I wish he shaves his head soI can see clearly but he probably doesn't have a good galea.
 

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@Ritchie I watched the match Spain - Costa Rica today and referee definitely got some hair problem going on. He's developing a bald spot at the crown with a Norwood 1 intact.

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In 2014 it wooked much more dense than in 2022

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It wouldn't be surprising if it's androgenetic alopecia because his facial structure is very poor.

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If he shaves his head his galea would 100% appear to have some ridges. I think that his case is similar to Paul Anka where his rounded hairline makes his galea look better. The size of it is also tricking. He doesn't have that symmetry that non balding men with poor facial structure have I think. I wish he shaves his head soI can see clearly but he probably doesn't have a good galea.
if u look at his skin.. he has thick skin.... that also means a thick scalp with a layer of fat...like my earleier theory.... i think its fats which blocks DHT.. this is why fatty acids work to block DHT
 

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@Ritchie I think that Jaw development is the most important thing in hair loss. That's why Tommy Lee Jones is losing his hair.

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You can spot a deformity on his cheeks which is an indicator for an impoper mandibular development.
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He has good cheekbones but the growth of his jaw amd mandibula Isn't symmetrical to his cheebones. That's why he's balding.
 
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@Ritchie I have never said that I have the best facial structure. I said I am in the top tier and most men don't have symetrical horizontal face like mine.

For example this guy have better facial structure than me.

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His Jawline is slightly stronger than mine. People with symmetrical faces like these CAN'T go bald.
 

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@Ritchie I have never said that I have the best facial structure. I said I am in the top tier and most men don't have symetrical horizontal face like mine.

For example this guy have better facial structure than me.

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His Jawline is slightly stronger than mine. People with symmetrical faces like these CAN'T go bald.
i think symmetrical means good genes? somehow hormones play a major part in growth?
 

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@Ritchie I think that this doesn't happen most of the times but I found a trans man who started losing his hair immediately after starting testosterone. I think that this happened because of his extremely poor facial structure and a wide looking galea. Even before starting T he had pretty receded hairline.

 

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@Ritchie I found photos of Harry Kane as a child an I am impressed how receded his hairline looks. His galea also looks ridged.

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There is this particular theory that states changes in bone structure as we age may push out hairs . I believe this is true as those suffering from male pattern baldness , has a round skull shape. This is why hair on our body doesnt shed because the skin is hardened with a layer of fat in between the bone

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Looks like two different people but its same guy (Jude Law). It as if his head ballooned in size.
 
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@Ritchie I think that hair loss is so widespread in the modern era among white men because for some reason most of us evolved not to have horizontal faces and decent bone structure to stop us from balding. As you can see in the team Levski most of the players don't have decent bone structure and horizontal faces that can stop them from balding. That makes thing bad for those who have inherited a bad galea.

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@Ritchie I think that hair loss is so widespread in the modern era among white men because for some reason most of us evolved not to have horizontal faces and decent bone structure to stop us from balding. As you can see in the team Levski most of the players don't have decent bone structure and horizontal faces that can stop them from balding. That makes thing bad for those who have inherited a bad galea.

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i do notice the non bald ones have better rectangular face shape and flat head on top

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@Ritchie I personally don't like aging chronologically because I am getting closer to death, my parents get physically older etc. but I get more handsome as I get older. Recently I took the most handsome photo of myself at 23 in September. I am getting better at hairstyles choices, I am physically fitter and have more experience and know better how to deal with life situations. If I compare my new photos with my old ones I am like: Wow. How much have I changed. As you remember I uploaded a picture 2 years ago when I was 21 and I looked much different. It was a gradual change which I did not notice until I looked at my old pictures and videos after a while but I definitely changed.

I personally don't care what other people think. I love my craniofacial traits(my, lips, my nose, my cheekbones).

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@Ritchie I watched the video about the role of the galea aponeurotica in hair loss and the person in video said that there is less than 1 in 1000 all this to be a coincidence which confirms that people that revoke this are in denial. There is probably also very low probabily to be a coincidence that badling men have ridges on the galea and non balding men have smooth sculls.

Even a blind person can see the difference.

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Not just in the shape but in the symmetry too.

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Again obvious difference and it's probably very low probability to be a coincidence.
 

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@Ritchie I watched the video about the role of the galea aponeurotica in hair loss and the person in video said that there is less than 1 in 1000 all this to be a coincidence which confirms that people that revoke this are in denial. There is probably also very low probabily to be a coincidence that badling men have ridges on the galea and non balding men have smooth sculls.

Even a blind person can see the difference.

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Not just in the shape but in the symmetry too.

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Again obvious difference and it's probably very low probability to be a coincidence.
Also this theory talks about tension in the concerned areas .I recall having migraines in my early teens and generally done headaches related symptoms when I go out in the hot weather or after played some sports
 
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