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Partial Frontal Hairline Question
12-07-2010, 05:19 PM,
Partial Frontal Hairline Question
Hi there, first time posting but have been viewing the forum for a little while.

I am 22, and have a couple questions regarding a partial front piece, just for the hairline. I have naturally thin dirty blond hair, and have developed that "V shaped hairline," also known as a Widows Peak. I am wondering if two separate pieces (one on each side of my current hairline) would look good for creating a full/straight across hairline. I would like to be able to spike my hair up, straightly, from left to right. I'll attach a picture of the Twilight dude...as I do want to achieve a hairstyle similar to his (but maybe not as long or crazy). Don't hate too much for that haha =P Anyways, would this hairstyle be realistic? And what would the weekly upkeep be like?

Thanks, really have enjoyed reading many posts from here!!

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12-07-2010, 09:12 PM,
RE: Partial Frontal Hairline Question
possibly better to shave of the remaining frontal hair and cover with system hair.
2 seperate pieces will cause problems(could cause) with matching height,width ect, placement ,
regards antySmile
12-07-2010, 09:30 PM,
RE: Partial Frontal Hairline Question
Hi gimmygames.... could you post a pic of your front hairline ? If we could see what your own hair is like , it`s a bit easier to make a few suggestions, as you can imagine. Maybe Anty`s suggestion might be more practical..depends on how `` good`` or bad, your remaining hair there is.... is kind of hard to advise without seeing the current state of your front ...cheers, Paul.
12-08-2010, 04:04 PM,
RE: Partial Frontal Hairline Question
Hi Gimmygames

Over the years I have been wearing hair and following these forums there have been 3 or 4 guys who have done what you are talking about - either two small patches, one for each side, or a bone-shaped piece (the two pieces joined together with a thin strip to provide a complete false hairline).

The verdict is that it is doable, if somewhat fiddly. However, the density, curl and colour have to be carefully matched to the surrounding natural hair so that you can get a proper blend.

There was a guy called Evan who posted as Oddlots who made a nice job of this. His piece was a complete false hairline. You might be able to find some pictures of him if you search around, or John may have some. I think he later lost more hair and moved on to a full topper.

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