As they slide deeper into their thirties, one thought begins occupying men, especially when they gaze into the mirror in the morning. How long will this hairline remain where it is? For some, the shock of hair disappearing from the front of their head will have come and gone by their 25th birthday. Others hit their 60s with their head of hair more or less the same, save for it going grey in parts. But for most of those heading towards 40, finding your hairline intact when they wake up in the morning is cause for celebration.
Can you prevent it?
There are two ways you can deal with fading follicles; you can graciously let your genes have their way (even complete the job for them by shaving bald) or you can take your scalp’s future into your own hands and start combating the hair loss early. As matters stand, Mother Nature is still giving scientists the run-around and they won’t, or can’t, say for sure what you can do to keep your youthful hairline intact. There are only speculative measures. One of these is to cut back on refined grain products and sugar. A number of concoctions that have been suggested on the trusted health website Livestrong that you can make from the comfort of your home. One of them contains coconut milk and lime juice blended together with fresh avocado. Rub this into your scalp and leave it alone for 15 minutes before rinsing it off and your follicles should thank you later. They say that if the dreaded hair loss has already began your hair may even begin to grow back.
Hey, that’s not where I left LeBron’s hairline
Someone with a hawk’s eye for these things noticed something new in Cleveland’s newly reacquired power forward LeBron James. That is apart from the new Nikes he recently unveiled. His hairline had magically moved forward a couple of inches. Where the hair seemed to be struggling to grow there is now a full blackness. On this evidence King James won’t be using the old headband much next NBA season. Naturally, everyone wants to know what the four-time MVP did to reclaim his hairline. The majority are sure he underwent a successful hair transplant or mini-graft. Whatever it was, it seems to be working well for him. And for a whole chain of A-listers who are looking much less balder than they were a few months or years ago. Among them are Hollywood actors Mel Gibson and Jamie Foxx. Who said you have to bow down to your genes?
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On the other hand, others have decided to suck it up and bald gracefully, even though they can afford to do something about it. All-action movie star Jason Statham shaves his balding head and that’s about it. Same goes for super producer Brian Eno who has crafted chart-toppers for the likes of U2. Speaking of U2, we all know why The Edge always wears that skull cap.
So, re-grow it, hide it or shave it; which is your pick? Some of us may still have time to try and save it.
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