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Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
09-07-2008, 09:10 AM,
Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?

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09-07-2008, 10:42 AM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
Yes. Transplated hair. He had hair plugs put in. It's a fact!
09-08-2008, 08:47 AM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
Hair transplant. It doesnt look terrible, but its too thin that you cant style it at all. When I am that age I wont care If I have a hair left on my head.
09-09-2008, 12:11 AM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
Yep. Plugs from the back...but he doesn't ever let you see the back. I've chatted with him and attended meetings with him several times and was never inclined to point him to hair replacement. I think it looks pretty good on him. Guess he got lucky.

09-09-2008, 01:51 AM,
It's Natural Hair ... yep
It's transplanted from the back of his head.
(I watch a lot of CNN).

His hair looks slightly better now that it is white ..
when it was still brown .. he had the doll plug look on tv
... and it looked positively scarey.

When Bosley and a few others came to NYC and
had their free introductory sales presentations
at the major hotels ... I went.

The hairplug salesmen for these companies
all had the same deal. They were customers
themselves ...

Some growing transplanted hair that took in
the front ...

but they were scary bare-assed bald like
a baby's bottom when you looked behind ...
huge horseshoe, bald area ....
Like St. Francis's dome on Steroids ....

When you think of it ... a 200 dollar piece from
Toplace would give him such a boost ... in the upcoming
election ... a more youthful ... HEALTHY .... look ... well ...
if Debbie got her clippers on him ...

My cousin had a transplant 15 years ago ... he's still
young ... but EVERYBODY stares at the damage
and the unnatural hairline they created ....

You can't undue the damage once you run out
of donor hair ... but you can look better than
you ever did in your life with your real hair ...
wearing a piece ...


I saw it in the faces and eyes of those participants
this weekend at the convention ..

I saw guys like Hans, Lino .....and others
whom I saw under varying light conditions
and I couldn't guess where their natural
hairline began and the piece started ...
purely amazing ....

I'd dare anyone to even guess they were
wearing a piece.

For those of you who want the full experience
I urge you to attend one of BA's conference ..
damn ... he even GAVE US A FREE PIECE
for attending and it must have cost him
a small fortune ... And he's such a gracious
host ... same guy ... you'll recognize from
the post .. integrity, sincerity .. and a lot
of energy ...

Heck ... except for the airfare .... he even
provided the place to stay .... I had my plush
... queen-sized beds

(naw ... I didn't say I
turned into a queen! Smile

I will be posting a bit about it later as I just
got back last night

BTW: The natural and most natural looking
hair wearers only have ONE THING the dissatisfied
hair-wearers don't .....

It's CALLED "INFORMATION" .... they've
learned the shortcuts ... went to a pro for
advice (damn ... it was free this weekend).
They met others .. had fun .... and they
learned GOOD HABITS from the beginning ...

Thanks BA ... Debbie ... Lino ..Jrob ...
Hans .... and all the guys who made this
such a great ... fun weekend ... as well
as a learning experience you couldn't buy ! Smile
09-18-2008, 07:09 PM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
Hi all,

I sometimes wonder, the people with money to throw around, why would they do anything else other than a transplant? Sure, it may be fear of going under the knife but if you're going to do it, why not just go all out and do it right? I'm no Hollywood actor Iand I've seem a few upclose with bad work done) but even I would save up and get a transplant rather than plugs.

09-19-2008, 03:24 PM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?
Mr HairToday Wrote:but even I would save up and get a transplant rather than plugs.
(1) Plugs are transplants.

(2) If you get transplants, they have to take the hair from a tiny area on the back of your head and spread it around all over the rest of your head? Are you ever going to get decent density like that? I doubt it. Though that may be enough to continue on with concealers, I'm not sure that they are any less trouble than hairpieces and they are certainly no more convincing if you only have low density hair to work with.

This may change if they ever perfect the cloning of hair follicles, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
09-19-2008, 03:59 PM,
Re: Your opinion please...has this man had anything done?

If you don't have enough donor hair/your hair is too thin in the donor areas, then you are not a candidate for a hair transplant. Also, most procedures are strip procedures, were they take a strip of hair from the back of your head, leaving a SCAR that will never grown hair again. So, basically buzz cut short styles are out of the question unless you like showing off your scar.

Also, there is a FUE technique were they take individual hairs, that cause little to no scaring, and even so can't be seen if they do scare. So, I've seen people, usually younger people get hair transplants, and still be able to buzz cut, to a number 1 or 2 and so on. That is the only way I would ever get a transplant... and I don't think my donor areas are quite strong enough to cover up just enough on top to do a buzz cut type haircut. So, that, along with finding a way to hide from everyone after I get a transplant due to a healing process that shows for at least 1 month, plus the cost of a transplant would be in the neighborhood of 40 g's for a fue process assuming I could have it done. ANd, that would be over multiple sessions as I have very thinned out, next to nothing hair on top.

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