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RE: I had a hair transplant done
I'm around NW2 with a bit of thinning at my crown as well, I plan on getting a transplant within the next year or two. I haven't had a crazy increase in hair loss over the last few years so that is encouraging.
02-18-2019 08:25 PM
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RE: I had a hair transplant done
Wow that great for you, It's quite a journey that need lot of patient. It's so nice that work well for ya. Thanks for sharing your experiences.
02-19-2019 12:00 AM
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RE: I had a hair transplant done
(02-18-2019 12:49 PM)Vincent Chase Wrote:  If you're around the age of 30-35, then having a good set of her for the next 15-20 years in your prime should be your primary concern. I'm less concerned about it when I'll be in my 50s and 60s. 20 years from now you'd hope there would be better solutions such as clonining anyway.

Yes it is a short term solution. A short term solution to the years of your life which matter. If i'm a bit bald in my 60s I don't give a fuck if I'm looking fucking great in my 30s and 40s.

VC and I have chatted about this, it is fairly obvious but must be emphasized. If you have the money, and the only thing that makes you look "older" is your hairline or thinning, because you work out and do everything else right, how do you not guarantee that you are seen as a 30 year old for 15-20 more? I have a good friend who never got anything done but is almost 65, he hasn't lost much hair, but worked out forever and he still gets people thinking he's like 38. Now, anyone with sense would guess he'd be minimally mid 40s but the point is that he looks good, and the average man doesn't --- age inflation helping us who take care of ourselves.

If people think that the 40s is old-prime but that you are still "old" around here, that means having decent hair from late 30s to 50s is KEY, and worth every penny.

My $.02 again

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02-19-2019 07:06 PM
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RE: I had a hair transplant done
Going to get a hair transplant myself , just for my receeding hairline. Going to run hgh/tb500/bpc peptide as well to prevent scars when i do the hair transplant thats what scares me.

but on the mean time, i have been using a black hair spray thing . basically you pump some black particles in the can in your bald area and it looks like real hair. had a professional barber in europe show me it. mind was blown. it fills your balding areas up with the black powder and it makes it look like real hair. also works good on your beard if you have a pachy beard it can spots in . if you cant afford the hair transplant look into this fake hair product.
02-19-2019 07:36 PM
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(02-19-2019 07:06 PM)Kid Twist Wrote:  
(02-18-2019 12:49 PM)Vincent Chase Wrote:  If you're around the age of 30-35, then having a good set of her for the next 15-20 years in your prime should be your primary concern. I'm less concerned about it when I'll be in my 50s and 60s. 20 years from now you'd hope there would be better solutions such as clonining anyway.

Yes it is a short term solution. A short term solution to the years of your life which matter. If i'm a bit bald in my 60s I don't give a fuck if I'm looking fucking great in my 30s and 40s.

VC and I have chatted about this, it is fairly obvious but must be emphasized. If you have the money, and the only thing that makes you look "older" is your hairline or thinning, because you work out and do everything else right, how do you not guarantee that you are seen as a 30 year old for 15-20 more? I have a good friend who never got anything done but is almost 65, he hasn't lost much hair, but worked out forever and he still gets people thinking he's like 38. Now, anyone with sense would guess he'd be minimally mid 40s but the point is that he looks good, and the average man doesn't --- age inflation helping us who take care of ourselves.

If people think that the 40s is old-prime but that you are still "old" around here, that means having decent hair from late 30s to 50s is KEY, and worth every penny.

My $.02 again

It's true that anyone with a good head or hair looks way younger. A lot of the actors whether they've had surgeries or wear rugs could pass for 10-15 years younger.
02-19-2019 08:20 PM
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RE: I had a hair transplant done
Did you all see conor murphy confessing to getting a transplant this week?

Wont admit to PEDs but at least he came out about the transplant.
02-20-2019 05:07 AM
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