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Tony Montana2010-05-17 21:22:03 +0000 #1
Why in the world would I want to start a thread like this you may wonder? Answer is, I want to find out what the conceptions/misconception people have out there about HTs.

I belong to a hair-replacement forum where I've had numerous, informative discussions so I'm not really looking for advice or answers here. What I really want is your unfiltered thoughts based on whatever limited knowledge you have about the procedure. Here are my questions I'd love for you guys to answer:

1) do you think less of someone that has had a HT

2) do you think it's stupid for someone who is happily married to do this

3) do you think HTs are mainly a positive or negative experience for most people who get them

4) do you think you can spot a HT

5) do you think the procedure is too expensive (I paid $7,500)

6) do you think the shaved head, bald look is better than getting a HT

7) do you know anything about the latest HT techniques out there

Fire away!!!
Onion2010-05-17 21:25:41 +0000 #2
Sounds expensive!

My hairline is receding a bit, but my hair is still thick and no signs of gray, so I'm happy. Of course, I would not say no to my hairline gaining some territory back....
thelegend2010-05-17 21:43:21 +0000 #3
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony Montana

Why in the world would I want to start a thread like this you may wonder? Answer is, I want to find out what the conceptions/misconception people have out there about HTs.

I belong to a hair-replacement forum where I've had numerous, informative discussions so I'm not really looking for advice or answers here. What I really want is your unfiltered thoughts based on whatever limited knowledge you have about the procedure. Here are my questions I'd love for you guys to answer:

1) do you think less of someone that has had a HT

2) do you think it's stupid for someone who is happily married to do this

3) do you think HTs are mainly a positive or negative experience for most people who get them

4) do you think you can spot a HT

5) do you think the procedure is too expensive (I paid $7,500)

6) do you think the shaved head, bald look is better than getting a HT

7) do you know anything about the latest HT techniques out there

Fire away!!!

1) No

2) Kinda (don't mean to be cruel but perhaps it was affecting your self confidence)

3) probably positive but i'm not sure i know any1 who had 1

4) Doubt it

5) yes

6) yes

7) not a squiggle
seansloan2010-05-17 22:05:28 +0000 #4
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony Montana

Why in the world would I want to start a thread like this you may wonder? Answer is, I want to find out what the conceptions/misconception people have out there about HTs.

I belong to a hair-replacement forum where I've had numerous, informative discussions so I'm not really looking for advice or answers here. What I really want is your unfiltered thoughts based on whatever limited knowledge you have about the procedure. Here are my questions I'd love for you guys to answer:

1) do you think less of someone that has had a HT

2) do you think it's stupid for someone who is happily married to do this

3) do you think HTs are mainly a positive or negative experience for most people who get them

4) do you think you can spot a HT

5) do you think the procedure is too expensive (I paid $7,500)

6) do you think the shaved head, bald look is better than getting a HT

7) do you know anything about the latest HT techniques out there

Fire away!!!

1.Nope

2.Nope,its for you not the MRS.

3.Im sure its positive,who wants to wear a hat or go for the shaved head/supervillian look

4.Obviously a HT is easy to spot when you go from no hair to a full head of hair,and older ones like a Joe Biden hairplug gimmick.Now with individual folicles its tough to see.

5.Nothing is too expensive if you have the money.

6.Id rather have hair then a shaved head.It doesnt work if your skull is lumpy and bumpy like mine.

7.Luckily Im blessed with a wolf like mane so I lucked out

If it helps your self confidence and looks great more power to you.Ive been looking in the other direction of getting this hairy neck/shoulders situation taken care of.Only something like a facelift makes you look like an ass.
seansloan2010-05-17 22:53:38 +0000 #5
I think if you really did do it,that some before and after photos are in order.
Thumpin2010-05-17 21:59:33 +0000 #6
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tony Montana

Why in the world would I want to start a thread like this you may wonder? Answer is, I want to find out what the conceptions/misconception people have out there about HTs.

I belong to a hair-replacement forum where I've had numerous, informative discussions so I'm not really looking for advice or answers here. What I really want is your unfiltered thoughts based on whatever limited knowledge you have about the procedure. Here are my questions I'd love for you guys to answer:

1) do you think less of someone that has had a HT

2) do you think it's stupid for someone who is happily married to do this

3) do you think HTs are mainly a positive or negative experience for most people who get them

4) do you think you can spot a HT

5) do you think the procedure is too expensive (I paid $7,500)

6) do you think the shaved head, bald look is better than getting a HT

7) do you know anything about the latest HT techniques out there

Fire away!!!

1) Only when it looks like this



2) Only if they don't have the money or complain about bills, college expenses, etc. If they have money to burn, who cares? Then again, you're married. See #5.

3) It's all in the eye of the beholder. If you want it, it's not stupid. What's stupid is if someone thinks less of you because your hair is thinning (unless, of course, you sport a ridiculous combover)

4) Sometimes. Half of Hollywood sports hair transplants or toupees.

5) I'd rather spend the money to get the lady a nice rack



6) Absolutely. I have a shaved head and would never change it. Some people have the wrong head for the shaved look though.

7) Yessir. Why, I heard of this new procedure called "Sharpie" which seems quite effective.



I opt for shaving the head. Cheap, no hassle, and it makes plenty of room for future artwork. Plus when I'm 60 nobody will care about the hair anyway.


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