Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by vxvx, Oct 10, 2019 at 1:05 PM.
Most likely a mature hairline.
There’s no such thing as a mature hairline ffs
Hair loss is hair loss and caused by sensitivity to dht only.
Looks like my hairline and I'm 34. It hasn't changed since I was 18 but I'm diffusing everywhere else
so i have it? or is it a normal hairline shape/length..
Yeah there is, when did I say he has no hairloss? So you're saying if your hair recedes a bit during your final years of puberty you're absolutely going bald? NO, if it stops it's a mature hairline. Just because your hair probably didn't stop it doesnt mean that it can't for other people. Some people only have sensitive hairs at the front of their hairline but not all over their scalp. So it recedes to a nw1.5 or a 2 and then stops for some people. How many kids you see with a rounded norwood 0 hairline? Lots. How many adults do you see with a rounded nw0 hairline? Not that much, most men who you wouldn't even consider as receding have either straight temples or angled temples. Most of those kids who have nw0 rounded hairlines that dont even have the baldness gene will become a nw1 so technically that's hairloss too. So 90% of men are balding according to you.