Are There Advantages To Going Bald?

September 1st, 2016

Being Bald: Is there an advantage?Just as women worry about wrinkles on their face as they get older, men worry about going bald. Anxiety from hair loss is real for many men. Some men decide to grow their hair longer on the sides so they can do a comb-over and cover the bald spot. Although going bald is not the ideal choice for a hairstyle, studies show there are advantages to going bald. Some of these advantages include:

  1. Lower chance of cancer

Studies have shown that men who started to lose their hair earlier in life had a 45% less chance of developing prostate cancer than men with an adequate amount of hair. These studies also noted that continued exposure to large quantities of testosterone can slow the growth of tumors.

  1. Testosterone can boost your metabolism

Although high amounts of testosterone causes havoc on the hair, it has a positive effect on the shape of the body. Testosterone can boost the metabolism and help get men in shape. In addition, the fat content on the facial area tends to lessen which allows the face to appear more sculpted and stronger.

  1. Bald men are considered more “manly”

A study on male baldness was conducted where hundreds of young men and women were asked to give their opinion of men with or without hair. During the study, photos of men with full heads of hair and photos of the same men with digitally removed hair were presented. The study showed the men without hair were seen as more assertive, stronger and taller. In addition, the study suggested that bald men were associated more with “manly” professions such as policemen, fire fighters and soldiers.

  1. Bald guys are seen as business savvy

Men who shave their balding heads are often viewed as more assertive, powerful and possessing superior leadership abilities. Some of our strongest and most influential leaders were Gandhi, Churchill and Lenin. If baldness is seen as being powerful, this gives men with no hair a “leg up” in the business world. On the other hand, some studies show that men who do not shave their heads and try to maintain their thinning hair are essentially seen as weak and lacking confidence.

  1. Age resistant

When a man first decides that bald is the way to go, he may feel like he looks older. However, as men continue to age, baldness can make them seem age resistant because there is no hair to lose or turn grey. There will be a few wrinkles but men will continue to look relatively the same age. Some examples of men who don’t seem to age include Bruce Willis and Patrick Stewart.

  1. Get rid of the fear

The fear of going bald is one of the worst fears men deal with in their lives. Some men spend a fortune on medications, shampoos and products to keep their hair longer. However, once the hair is gone, the fear is gone too. Learning to deal with hair loss and accepting it can help a person become stronger and more confident.

  1. A confident man is attractive

The clean shaven look has a number of benefits including a look of confidence. Another benefit of having no hair is saving a ton of money on hair care products since no combing or styling is necessary.

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Odd Baldness Cures From The Past

August 5th, 2016

Experimentation has given the world some marvelous discoveries but not all experiments turn out as planned. When it comes to hair loss, advances in science have brought hair loss treatments to a whole new level. There are several options available for people suffering from hair loss including treatment shampoos, vitamins and hair transplant procedures. However, people suffering from baldness in the past did not have it so easy.

Hair Loss Cure from BeforeStep back in time, about 3500 years ago, to a period when a pharaoh was unnerved by his balding head. Even then, balding was an issue that people were despondent about. So how did they treat baldness back then? According to an Egyptian medical text, a mixture of herbs and cow dung was the trending solution for baldness. Some people used porcupine hair that was boiled in water and applied it to the scalp for four days. A mixture of hippopotamus fat, snake, crocodile and a cat was a treatment used by the pharaoh to treat thinning hair. Nevertheless, these remedies were not very successful which is probably why both male and female royals were known to wear wigs and fake beards in ancient Egypt.

The Greeks were creative people and had some ideas of how to treat balding. Although Hippocrates had dramatic paintings of himself portraying his balding head, he was not pleased with his lack of hair. Hippocrates, the father of western medicine, prescribed himself a mixture of beetroot, spices, horseradish, opium and pigeon droppings. However, when this was unsuccessful, Hippocrates relied on a dim observation. He believed that eunuchs never went bald so he suggested castration as a means to battle baldness.

Ever wonder why Julius Caesar started to wear a laurel wreath on his head? He also struggled with thinning hair and his baldness was seen as a disfigurement which his enemies liked to harp on. Caesar attempted to grow his hair long on the sides and comb the strands over the top but this was not an ideal solution. Eventually, Caesar took the advice of his wife and proceeded to use her crazy home remedy of applying a mixture of horse teeth, bear grease and ground up mice on his head. Unfortunately, this concoction did not work so he decided to cover his balding head with a wreath.

Hairpieces became the rage among French and English nobles in the 17th century after the royals, such as King Louis X111 of France, wore toupees to cover their balding scalps. Of course, these weren’t your run of the mill toupees. These massive white wigs unusually contained long and elaborate curls which were caked with white powder. This style was eventually adopted by wealthy American colonists as a status symbol up until the American Revolution.

In 1936, the Crosley Corporation invented a machine they called the Xervac which used suction to encourage hair growth. However, the Crosley Corporation was an American company which manufactured automobiles and radios and did not specialize in medicine. The Xervac was a helmet-encased vacuum pump which was marketed towards business people. It was advertised as being found in barber shops where men could sit back and read a newspaper while getting their hair follicles massaged. The machine could also be rented and used at home. Needless to say, the world did not benefit from this attempt to suck the follicles into production.

The UK has had some strange cures for baldness in the past and the present. King Henry V111 used to smear horse and dog urine on his bald head to promote hair growth. In more recent times, UK solons provided a bizarre treatment for thinning hair. Aberdeen Organic Bull Semen is a popular treatment used typically on women to restore healthy hair. Fortunately, bovine semen is odorless and colorless. While bull semen is believed to grant a person thick and beautiful hair, it is not actually proven to accomplish that task.

Beliefs and ideas are endless and although some may seem scientifically possible, there is usually no proof and little science behind them. Whether you are a Columbian farmer who believes that bovine saliva can cure balding or from India where regularly standing on your head is thought to restore hair growth, the battle against thinning hair happens all over the world.

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5 Steps To Coping With Hair Loss Gracefully

July 18th, 2016

Hair Loss CopingAs people age, they generally become insecure about one thing or another. Women become apprehensive about wrinkles, facial blemishes and gravity. However, people often don’t realize that men also lose self-confidence. Hair loss happens to be a big fear. Some guys try to hide their hair loss by combing longer strands over the top while others cover it with a hat. Dealing with hair loss gracefully can make a difference in your self-confidence, attitude and happiness. So, don’t hide your thinning hair! Conquer your hair loss with confidence!

Barber Talk

Upon the discovery of a receding hairline, countless men begin to grow their hair longer on the sides. Some try and cover the balding area with the longer strands of hair but that just draws attention to the area. Longer hairstyles tend to amplify the appearance of thinning hair. Instead, talk to your barber about the best style for your hair. Short hairstyles tend to be the best because they can minimize the appearance of thinning hair. With a shorter hair style, you can emphasize your strengths and regain faith in your natural good looks.

Confidence Is Attractive

Some men, with large bald spots, can pull off the clean shaven look. This look has a host of benefits including a statement look of confidence. No more worrying about bald spots with this shaved appearance! Not only that, you can use the same bar of soap to wash your body and your head. However, if the clean shaven look is too much for you, perhaps the buzz cut is better. This style works well if your hair is starting to thin on the crown or hairline. This edgy hair style can build confidence while giving you a rugged look.

Don’t Cover It Up

Lots of guys cover their bald spots by wearing a hat. However, covering up the issue is the same thing as avoiding it. The more you see your own hair, the easier it is for you to build confidence with your new look. Wear your hair proudly!

Hair Care Advice

Even thinning hair needs to be suitably shampooed. Thin or fine hair can easily become greasy. Greasy hair will appear patchy and look even thinner. On the other hand, shampooing too much can be just as bad. Washing your hair too much can strip the hair of its natural oils. Try washing your hair no more than 3 times a week but remember that everyone’s hair is different so pay attention to what works well for you.

Style Your Hair

If you’re going to style your hair, use a light pomade on the top of your head. Pomade is a waxy substance which looks slick and shiny but does not dry out the hair. Ideally the best pomade is made of clay. Ask your barber what hair care product is right for you but please keep in mind that you can also blow dry your hair for extra volume.

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What Is A Bad Hair Day And Why Are You Having One?

June 17th, 2016

Bad Hair Day: What to doYou wake up in the morning, jump in the shower and get ready for the day. However, your hair refuses to cooperate. It’s a mess and rejects the idea of styling. Don’t worry! Maintaining manageable hair is easy with a few helpful tricks and tips.

1. Quit Messing With It!

Do you like to comb and style your hair when it’s wet? Hold on to that comb for a bit! Hair is most fragile when it’s wet. Combing wet hair can stretch, break and cause unwanted frizz as it dries. Combing wet hair causes excess static electricity and makes styling more difficult to manage. Instead, allow your hair to dry naturally before styling. No time to wait for your hair to dry in the morning? Washing your hair the night before can be a great alternative.

2. Hold The Shampoo!

Put down that shampoo bottle! Washing your hair daily can strip essential nutrients and make bad hair days happen more often. Minimize your shampoo use to only 2 or 3 times a week to allow your hair to maintain a healthy level of natural oil without the buildup of grease.

3. It’s a Hot Mess

Hot showers are the best in the winter when you can’t seem to warm up enough. However, your water might be too hot and depleting your hair of its natural moisture. This can cause your hair to look frizzy and dried out. Cooler water can help maintain a natural level of moisture in your hair follicles.

4. Seasons Change and So Does Your Hair

When the seasons change from winter to summer, your body and hair may also react to the change. A hair product used in the winter might not work the same during a rainy day in April. Humidity plays a big part in the funky morning antics during a bad hair day. When the humidity is high, try using a wax-based product to hold your style for the day.

5. Feed Your Hair the Right Foods

Eating a proper diet can keep your hair shiny without having to do much else. Foods high in protein and Omega-3 can feed your hair and skin the proper nutrients and make your hair more manageable. Filling your body with junk food will leave your hair looking greasy, dull and uncontrollable.

6. Don’t Stress Out!

Although having a bad hair day can be quite stressful, stress can alter the condition of your hair. Cortisol is the hormone produced when the body is under stress. Elevated levels of cortisol can cause the hair to look dry, brittle and possibly even thinner than normal. Therefore, remain calm and carry on!

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What Does Your Hairline Say About You?

May 19th, 2016

Hairline featuresComb it over or cover it up or flip it the other way! We know what you say out loud about your hairline but what does your hairline say about you? Hairlines are a genetic trait often discussed among men yet rarely discussed when a female has a receding hairline. Let’s take a look at four types of hairlines and analyze what they say about you.

1. Round

A person who has a rounded hairline is often said to be a perfectionist who prefers things to go their own way because they tend to work out every little detail in advance. If this is your hairline, you like to have advance knowledge of the best way to go about things. The stubbornness you show typically gets on the nerves of others but your persistence usually prevails. Since your idea is usually the most logical, it typically proves to be the ideal decision in the end. When speaking your thoughts, you should try and remember to hear others out before pushing your ideas on them.

2. Corners

A person who has defined corners but lacks a widow’s peak is considered a dreamer. A dreamer must remember that ambition is great but a dreamer still needs to focus on reality. Don’t just sit there and dream about something big. Go out and take the steps to make it happen for yourself.

3. Widow’s Peak

A person with a widow’s peak is a highly logical person who refuses to act on personal bias. You tend to approach situations from both sides, much like your symmetrical hairline, and never favor one side over the other. Your unbiased opinion tends to annoy your friends and family when they simply want your support. When dealing with others and describing your viewpoints accordingly, you should always try to be as patient and understanding as possible.

4. Triangular

A person with a triangular hairline is said to be a total rebel without a cause. Doing what is generally expected is NOT your thing. In fact, doing the opposite is more your personality. As a rebel, you could care less about fitting in with others. You are always coming up with new ways to challenge the existing state of affairs. Your words can seem cruel to others as you tend to speak with unfiltered opinions but that is why your friends tend to come to you when they want the cold, hard truth. When speaking with friends and family, you should try to remember to hear the words in your head before they exit your mouth.

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How to Treat Female Hair Loss

April 15th, 2016

Hair loss is generally considered an issue with males. However, female hair loss occurs in approximately 5% of women under the age of 30 and 60% of those who are over the age of 70. Female-pattern hair loss is genetically inherited from either of the parents and can affect a woman’s hair by thinning the area known as the crown. The shortened growth of hair in this area leaves a woman with wispy-looking hairs instead of flowing hair due to the fact that the hair will not grow to its natural length any longer.

Most women prefer to hide their thinning or hair loss by altering their usual hairstyle. However, many doctors believe that the earlier a patient treats their hair loss, the better the final outcome. Thankfully, there are many hair loss treatment options available for female patients of all ages.

Female Hair LossUnlike men, the only topical application approved by the FDA for woman is Minoxidil 5% which is also known as Rogaine. Fortunately, 81% of women see results when using this foam once per day to regenerate hair growth. Minoxidil is also available in a liquid solution of 2% and 5% and is available over the counter. Minoxidil works by extending the growth period of the hair which, in turn, provides more time for the hair to grow to a more natural length. With Minoxidil, a person must be patient. It must be used once per day and it will take 3-4 months before any noticeable improvement is seen. Furthermore, this product works best when the patient begins using it in the earliest stages of hair loss. It must be used consistently in order for it to work. In other words, if a patient stops using the product, the hair stops growing again.

Many women believe that hair loss stems from getting their hair permed, colored or from various hair care products. However, this isn’t true. Women do not need to alter their shampoo although an anti-dandruff shampoo which contains ketoclonazole (anti-fungal) like Head and Shoulders can help stimulate hair growth. Anything with zinc pyrthione, which is anti-fungal and antibacterial, can also work well for female patients.

Low iron may be a culprit in hair loss with women. A physician can run tests to determine if a female has low levels of ferritin in her body. Ferritin is a protein that indicates the total amount of iron stored in the body. Therefore, iron supplements might be helpful.

Other women might be experiencing hormonal abnormalities which are often excess male hormones called androgens. Androgens can cause hair loss in women that is similar to male-pattern hair loss. If this is the case, a physician can prescribe medications such as oral contraceptives and spironolactone to combat hair loss.

Finally, hair transplant surgery is a procedure where tiny follicles of hair are transplanted from one area of the scalp to the lacking area. Since the genetics of the hair is different within the various areas of the scalp, this makes hair transplant surgery successful. Many women opt to have this procedure done because it is permanent and can leave the hair looking quite natural.

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Chest Hair for Hair Transplants

March 16th, 2016

Chest Hair for Hair TransplantHair transplants typically involve transferring hair follicles to a region where there is balding. The usual source for such a purpose is the area of the head that has plenty of hair. This is normally the back of the head. But what if the patient experiences so much thinning that even the back of the head does not have enough hair on it? There’s a new technique that makes use of hair from the chest area and other parts of the body and it has been gaining in popularity over the last few years.

Follicular Unit Extraction, or simply FUE, pertains to a method of harvesting hair follicles one at a time. Traditionally, the follicles are extracted from the head only thereby limiting the supply to up to 7000 follicles only. In a patient whose baldness is too severe already, this number may not be enough to produce a cosmetically pleasing coverage of the balding area. That is why there’s a need to gather follicles from parts of the body other than the head.

The use of chest hair for hair transplants is truly remarkable. This method gives hope to hair transplant candidates who were turned away due to severe balding. Using body hairs as a source for the transplant can solve this problem by providing a virtually unlimited amount of donor hair for the balding areas. The chest is the most common source but hair follicles can also be gathered from other areas such as the beard, shoulders, arms, stomach and legs.

Aside from servicing the severely bald, other benefits of using body hair for transplants include:

  • It is less invasive
  • It does not require any sutures or stitches
  • A faster recovery time as the donor site heals in a week or even less
  • Minimal scarring

The majority of patients qualify for this type of hair transplant. The ones that would not are those who don’t have body hair or have hair that is not suitable for transplant. Another thing that can make the patient a poor candidate for body hair transplantation is if he is not a good candidate for surgery in general. Possible causes for ineligibility to undergo surgery include a family history of blood disorders (particularly clotting abnormalities) and a history of allergies to anesthetic drugs.

Patients under 24-years-old are also not recommended to undergo body hair to head transplants because the progression of baldness is not yet complete at that age. The transplant surgery may only lead to unnatural looking results that would almost always require a revision surgery at a later date. Patients who have extremely curly hair, such as those of African descent, are also not good candidates for the procedure.

Just like any surgical procedure, body hair transplant has its share of downsides. There are a couple of reasons why transplants surgeons are critical about this method. The first is the fact that this type of hair transplant requires a high skill level. Body hairs tend to be more angled and therefore more difficult to punch accurately. Another is that the outcome with body hairs can be a bit inferior compared to that of head hair. Body hair blends poorly with head hair due to their respective thickness and potential growth length.

Patients looking to have their body hair transplanted to their head must know what to expect from the procedure. Finding an experienced board-certified hair transplant specialist is one of the keys to getting the best possible results. A good hair transplant surgeon can maximize the characteristics of body hairs in order to come up with a cosmetically-pleasing result.

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How to Cope With Hair Loss

February 15th, 2016

People that suffer from hair loss are sometimes dealing with more than just the actual loss of hair on their scalps. The loss of hair can also be hard to deal with mentally. Thankfully, there are ways to cope no matter how swift or slow the hair loss process is for a person. Have you tried any of the steps listed below if you’re having trouble dealing with your personal hair loss?

  • The loss of hair is not a life-threatening event for anybody. While it might not be an enjoyable experience, it is only as bad as you believe it to be. Living with a bald spot or hair that is thinning is an experience shared by many across the country.  Remembering that others are sharing the same experience as you can actually be a comforting thought when you are feeling down about your hair loss.
  • The loss of hair does not equal the loss of life, the loss of a job or the loss of those around you that you count as friends and family. They love you for more than the amount of hair you do, or don’t, have on your head.
  • The loss of hair can help you find a new look. Visit a hairstylist who has experience in styling people with varying degrees of hair loss. A shaved head might be the option that gives you a new look. You can always go with something as simple as a stylish hat. Take the opportunity to embrace a new look instead of trying to hide your hair loss with a comb-over.
  • If you’re having trouble coping with the loss of your hair, reach out to others and discuss your feelings. From psychologists to support groups to online forums, there are a variety of ways to connect with others and share what you’re going through on a daily basis. You are not alone so reach out and share your story with others.
  • Remember that the future is not that far away. There is always research being conducted in the area of hair loss and hair restoration. What might seem like a fantasy cure today could actually be a reality in the future.
  • You can always consult with a doctor about your hair loss. It might be the result of a medical condition that causes temporary hair loss. The hair loss that looks to be a permanent problem today might be a temporary issue that can be corrected in the near future.
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Top 10 Hair Loss Misconceptions

January 15th, 2016

More than half of the male population aged 50 and above suffers from some form of hair loss. There are many products and treatments available to combat this problem. Unfortunately, many of the hair loss solutions available today are not as effective as they claim to be. It can be quite difficult to determine which products are the best options for hair loss.

Much like the treatments out there, there is also a lot of information and misinformation about hair loss itself. Patients can’t differentiate between the myths and facts. Here are some of the most common misconceptions people have regarding hair loss.

1. You will suffer from hair loss if one of your parents did

While it is true that hair loss is genetic, you can’t expect it simply because one of your parents has this problem. Like most inherited traits, hair loss is brought about by the genes of your immediate and extended relatives from both sides of your family. There are several other factors that contribute to hair loss aside from your genes. These factors include hormonal imbalance, systemic diseases, poor nutrition and certain medications.

2. The hair loss gene comes from your mother’s side

Hair loss is not necessarily inherited from the mother’s side. Inheritance is stronger on the maternal side but hair loss can be inherited from the paternal side as well. If the condition is present on either side, you’re still at risk for it but not as much as when it runs on both sides of your family.

3. Hair loss only occurs in older people

Hair loss is commonly seen in older people but that doesn’t mean that the younger ones won’t suffer the same fate. No one is too young for hair loss especially if you’re genetically predisposed to it. Hair loss can hit as early as the teenage years. If you notice that your hair is not as thick and full as it used to be, it might be a sign of hair loss. Hair thinning is progressive and often the first step to hair loss. The best thing to do is have it checked by a specialist because the sooner it is treated, the better the treatment options.

4. Hair fall is the first sign of hair loss

Contrary to popular belief, hair loss is not synonymous to hair fall. It isn’t the first sign either. You don’t become bald because of the hundred or so hair strands that fall off your head on a daily basis. Hair loss is brought about by your hair being replaced by thinner hairs. This process is known as “miniaturization.” Hair fall is actually a normal thing. But if large amounts of hair are falling off, there may be some underlying problem and it is advised that you see your doctor right away.

5. Pulling hairs can cause hair loss

The repeated pulling out of hairs can lead to what doctors call traction alopecia. This type of hair loss is caused by repeated trauma to the hair follicle which then leads to scarring to the point that the follicle can no longer produce hair. This follows the same reasoning as plucking your eyebrows. Plucking hairs on a regular basis can get rid of them for good. However, occasional pulling out of some grey hairs when needed should not cause any serious problems at all.

6. Stress leads to hair loss

Stress can lead to many things but hair loss isn’t one of them. Just think about it: If everyday stress can cause hair loss then we’d all be bald! Hair loss and stress are often associated with each other because people tend to lose some hair due to extreme stress. Hair loss that is caused by extreme psychological distress is known as telogen effivum where the hair follicles are driven to their shedding phase way too early. According to the American Hair Loss Association, this type of hair loss is most often seen during childbirth.

7.  Wearing caps and hats will make you go bald

Wearing caps and hats does not cause hair loss. They would have to be tight enough to the point that they pull a lot of hair off your head for them to cause some hair loss. It is also a complete myth that caps and hats prevent hair follicles from getting oxygen. The oxygen supply of hair follicles is derived from the bloodstream and not from the air.

8. Frequent use of shampoo causes hair loss

People think frequent shampooing causes hair loss because they notice some hair falling out when they shampoo. Again, hair loss and hair fall are not the same thing. There is no evidence that connects hair loss to the number of times you shampoo your hair per week. In fact, shampooing less often can be bad for your hair. Shampoo cleans oil off the scalp and prevents dandruff. Be sure to shampoo your hair regularly and remember that it is normal to lose a few strands during the process.

9. Supplements can help hair grow back

Although some supplements are good for your hair, there isn’t a pill that can induce hair regrowth.

10. Hair loss can be prevented

Hair loss is caused by miniaturization and, so far, there is nothing that can be done to stop this process. There is no preventive measure for hair loss but there is early intervention. Once hair loss takes place, there are a few things that can address the problem. For men, certain medications and hair transplant surgery can help turn the hair clock back a couple of years.

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The Curious Case of Tom Brady’s Hairline

December 30th, 2015

Anyone looking at Tom Brady’s life from the outside would think he is leading a charmed life. It seems that he has everything a man could wish for including good looks, a stellar career, a legion of fans and the gorgeous Gisele Bundchen as his wife.

It’s said that nobody is perfect and Tom Brady is no exception. It has been speculated that the future NFL Hall-of-Famer has been having some problems with a receding hairline. It’s also been whispered that he (ALLEGEDLY) underwent a hair transplant. While there has been no confirmation about this from Tom or his wife, evidence circulating on the Internet tells a different story. We’ve gathered a couple of pieces of evidence to try and determine if the famous quarterback is indeed fighting a battle with hair loss.

  1. He almost always wears a cap in public:

Tom is almost always seen wearing a cap wherever he goes. While this could be nothing more than a fashion statement, people are quick to assume that the cap is his way of hiding a receding hairline.

  1. He went to a hair transplant clinic:

There are reports claiming Tom visited hair restoration clinics on two separate occasions. The first visit was in Manhattan in 2008 while the other was in 2010. In the 2010 incident, Tom’s car was seen parked outside a hair transplant clinic in Rhode Island. While only the car was seen and not Tom himself, celebrity watchers speculate that he went there to seek consultation and treatment for his alleged hair loss problem. There’s no hard evidence to prove this fact. He might have just been giving a friend a lift to the clinic.

  1. He has had many different hairstyles:

Tom has sported many different hairstyles over the years. He even sported a Justin Bieber haircut at one time in his life. There was also a time when he sported a shaggy hairstyle that might have been an attempt to hide his thinning hair.

  1. His wife suggested using hair plugs:

When supermodel Gisele Bundchen married Tom, they promised to be with each other through “thick and thin.” She probably didn’t expect the “thin” part to be his hair. According to reports, Gisele encouraged her hubby to get hair plugs. This isn’t the first time she meddled with his hair issues. Many people think that Tom’s long hairstyle was actually suggested by his wife. The lovely supermodel seems very determined to prevent her husband’s impending “bald-death sentence.”

  1. His father suffered from the same problem:

Tom’s father is bald so experts assume that he will suffer the same fate. After all, hair loss is genetic. Furthermore, the doctor of the hair loss clinic where he was allegedly seen was quoted as saying that Tom’s father must have passed the hair loss genes to his son.  The good doctor even said that “the apple doesn’t fall far from the proverbial baldness tree.”

As compelling as these pieces of evidence might seem, all of these theories are mere speculation. Until Tom Brady confirms publicly that he is indeed suffering from hair loss, the public might never know the real story.

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