The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

Post by blackg » 1 week ago

Arjen wrote:
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Who is this pedophile?
Ban the lipstick tax!

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Arjen wrote:
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What's your excuse?!
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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Admin wrote:
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What's your excuse?!
I truly don't think John looks significantly worse than with a wig.

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Arjen wrote:
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I truly don't think John looks significantly worse than with a wig.
It's a substantial improvement compared to the "living dead" look he had been trying to cultivate during his public appearances.

He looks good here, I wish he would have let go of trying to remain the heartthrob he was in his youth sooner.
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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Speaking of wigs. Our music teacher at high school was known to have worn a wig, partly due to the fact that he’d lost it on a school trip when taking a swim in the lake. It was a bad hair piece and he was talked much less about when he sported a shave head when I was no longer in his class. He didn’t look better with the wig either, he was just more famous.

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

Post by JasonStatham » 1 week ago

He looks 120 times better shaved than with this awful wig/transplant or whatever it was.

I think Travolta is one the guys that do look good shaved/bald. In the movie"Pelham" he had a buzzed look going and it does fit him.
If you are 35+ and you have a manly face, the shaved/bald look is a legitimate option and can even do look better.
Babyface people or/and weak jawline guys are in desperate need for hair. (like me).

Of course, 25-year-old Travolta without hair, is a different kind of story :lol:

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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Arjen wrote:
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Speaking of wigs. Our music teacher at high school was known to have worn a wig, partly due to the fact that he’d lost it on a school trip when taking a swim in the lake. It was a bad hair piece and he was talked much less about when he sported a shave head when I was no longer in his class. He didn’t look better with the wig either, he was just more famous.
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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

Post by kj6723 » 1 week ago

So Travolta is now openly living as a baldite? A couple of my female coworkers were talking about this today

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

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kj6723 wrote:
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So Travolta is now openly living as a baldite? A couple of my female coworkers were talking about this today
Was it negative or positive?
Ban the lipstick tax!

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Re: The only peace of mind in hair loss is going bald

Post by kj6723 » 1 week ago

blackg wrote:
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Was it negative or positive?
The part of the conversation I heard seemed fairly neutral

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