Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by That Guy » 1 year ago

Johnson wrote:
1 year ago
Thats tragic. Poor guy. Nobody should have to go through something so young and especially that fast.

Did you feel compelled to offer advice? (i think it would likely back fire).

I didn't offer any advice. Few people are open to it, honestly.
Hairblues wrote:
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it is amazing(and sad) how quickly it happens for some.
Yeah. In 2015, I was still a fullhead. In 2016, recession and bad diffusing started. If I hadn't got on the treatments when I did, I imagine keeping the shotgun out of my mouth would be a real struggle right now. But this guy's hair is just insane.
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Speaking of diffusely balding footballers: assume you guys know this one?

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Hoooooly fuck

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by That Guy » 1 year ago

@Hanginginthewire

No, I'm going to respond to it.

At least I'd have got it over with instead of crying on the forums.

I also notice that on here, you limit yourself to just disliking my posts and taking potshots where you can't be seen. Your behavior around here is remarkably restrained to just that instead of posting emo nonsense constantly on a forum with an admin that you know probably wouldn't tolerate it. Interesting...

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by Hanginginthewire » 1 year ago

That Guy wrote:
1 year ago
@Hanginginthewire

No, I'm going to respond to it.

At least I'd have got it over with instead of crying on the forums.

I also notice that on here, you limit yourself to just disliking my posts and taking potshots where you can't be seen. Your behavior around here is remarkably restrained to just that instead of posting emo nonsense constantly on a forum with an admin that you know probably wouldn't tolerate it. Interesting...
Though I’ve been visiting frequently I only hav like six posts here thus far. Not enough to really comment on my “restraint” or lack there of.

I’m not really sure how we fell into our current conflict, there was a time we tended to agree on things. I don’t seek out battles online but you seem to have a problem with me? I do think one forum flame war is enough, thus why I chose to send my comment via the rating system.

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

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Hanginginthewire wrote:
1 year ago
I’m not really sure how we fell into our current conflict, there was a time we tended to agree on things. I don’t seek out battles online but you seem to have a problem with me?
You tend to bring a lot of negativity into threads with sarcasm, excessive pessimism and doubt — much of it unjustified, and I'm not the only one who calls you on it. What I don't get, is why you feel the need to do that in forums where hope for people in a very depressing situation is already in short supply and in threads where there is something that people are perfectly reasonable in looking forward. You could just say nothing, and you don't add any real point to most threads, but you just spread this cynicism because you feel bad. It's just toxic.

You're no worse off than plenty of others. We'd be fine if you just stopped behaving this way.

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by rclark » 1 month ago

Has anybody seen actor Liam McTyre? His hair loss happened between 30 and 38, something I've never
seen before (at that late age).

Here he is when he was in Spartacus, in 2012:


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Here he is today:

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by Rudiger » 1 month ago

rclark wrote:
1 month ago
Has anybody seen actor Liam McTyre? His hair loss happened between 30 and 38, something I've never
seen before (at that late age).

Here he is when he was in Spartacus, in 2012:



Liam_McIntyre.png

Here he is today:

That moment of "why did I invest my time ingesting an rclark post"
me me me me I'm the omniscient and compassionate Rudiger

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by rclark » 1 month ago

Rudiger wrote:
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That moment of "why did I invest my time ingesting an rclark post"
Did it take you a long time?

Drink some coffee, maybe it will help.
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by JLBB » 4 weeks ago

rclark wrote:
1 month ago
Has anybody seen actor Liam McTyre? His hair loss happened between 30 and 38, something I've never
seen before (at that late age).

Here he is when he was in Spartacus, in 2012:



Liam_McIntyre.png

Here he is today:

His hair is exactly the same. The difference is in the type photo his hair line hairs are angled downwards making it appear lower.

One would assume that all the years on hair sites would help work these things out.

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by rclark » 4 weeks ago

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His hair is exactly the same. The difference is in the type photo his hair line hairs are angled downwards making it appear lower.

One would assume that all the years on hair sites would help work these things out.
Here's two pictures of a similar front hairstyle. He has his hair parted, and going to the
right temple in both.

Does anybody think he has the same hair line/temples as the bottom picture?


Older picture here:
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Current picture here:
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Does he have the same left temple hair in the bottom, as the top picture?

What are people's thoughts on this?

There is slight recession in his left temple on the bottom.

@Admin, what are your thoughts on the pictures?
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by Admin » 4 weeks ago

rclark wrote:
4 weeks ago
mcntyre_2013.jpg

mcntyre_2019_2020.jpg
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rclark wrote:
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@Admin, what are your thoughts on the pictures?
First, the above.

Please try to post full-size pictures instead of thumbnails.

And second, the same as @JLBB.
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by rclark » 4 weeks ago

Admin wrote:
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So, @JLBB does not think there is temple recession on the bottom picture.

Anybody else think that the bottom picture he has no recession on his
left temple?

I'm just curious.

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Hair recession or no hair recession? That is my question to you @Admin, and anybody else who wants to weigh in on this.
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by EvilLocks » 4 weeks ago

Arjen wrote:
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Speaking of diffusely balding footballers: assume you guys know this one?

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Poor bastard, not only is he severely balding but his balding pattern is the shape of a penis. God must have been playing a joke on him big time.

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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by Admin » 4 weeks ago

rclark wrote:
4 weeks ago
mcntyre_2013.jpg

mcntyre_2019_2020.jpg

Hair recession or no hair recession? That is my question to you @Admin, and anybody else who wants to weigh in on this.
:facepalm:

Those are the same pictures stretched in Paint.

No recession.
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by rclark » 4 weeks ago

Admin wrote:
4 weeks ago
:facepalm:

Those are the same pictures stretched in Paint.

No recession.

Stretched the same percentage both horizontally and vertically (200%). I know.

Are you saying I "altered" them? I did not.

Anybody who downloads the previous pictures and the current images can do that.

Shrink the photos posted here by 50%, and you will get the original sizes. Do it both horizontally
and vertically by the same amount.

Does anybody else think, based on those pictures, or any other pictures someone can find on the
Internet (Liam McIntyre), that he does NOT have any temple recession today.

My entire point for posting his picture is he is one of the few people who started losting hair at a
later age (around 30), then most people.

That said, there is some left hair recession.

That is not a comb over. It's not. Even his "widows" peak is a little bit further up than the picture.
most recent picture.

I know it is a small amount of temple recession.

It is there. I made the photos bigger so everybody would be able to see them better. :wtf:

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A small amount of left temple recession.

To be honest @JLBB , I am a little surprised you don't see it. It might be minor, and he still has good hair density, but he still has temple recession.
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Re: Most rapid hair loss I've personally seen

Post by Admin » 4 weeks ago

@rclark I fixed the pictures myself.

Next time you post small or stretched-out pictures, I will simply delete the post.
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