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PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 11:49 am 
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Hi guys, been taking medication to handle my thinning hair but i'm fighting a losing battle it seems.

My friend told me to look into getting a wig.

It is highly embarrassing for me to even talk about this but I need a better solution than medication, I am not that bad looking but being bald really doesn't help me out, so i usually wear a trendy hat.

Anybody wear a wig whilst gaming? What is your opinion on them?

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Hair restoration. I'm pretty sure there's an equivalent hair clinic in your place. I've been seeing those Svenson adverts since I was a kid.

http://www.svenson.com.ph/hair-solutions/

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Thank for the link

Seems more like a prevention type of thing which would of been handy a few years.

A wig sounds like a quicker solution too

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Shave your head. Don't care.


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Shave your head. Don't care.

Done that. Been doing better than ever with the ladies these days

I just would really like to get a head of hair that I'm happy with, my style just doesn't complement my current skin head look

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Shave your head. Don't care.

Done that. Been doing better than ever with the ladies these days

I just would really like to get a head of hair that I'm happy with, my style just complement my current skin head look
All that time and money seem like a waste. Just rock a "Picard". :)


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Nah.

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I have a friend that wears a wig. He has to go monthly to have it redone and trimmed, which costs around 250 bucks a pop, but he is looks like a different person. He has been doing it for 4 years and only one person has called him out on it. It looks great and is not at all noticeable, but he says the upkeep is a bitch.


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I have a friend that wears a wig. He has to go monthly to have it redone and trimmed, which costs around 250 bucks a pop, but he is looks like a different person. He has been doing it for 4 years and only one person has called him out on it. It looks great and is not at all noticeable, but he says the upkeep is a bitch.
Thanks bro.

Keeping it trimmed??? Are you sure this isn't a hair transplant? haha how does it keep growing??

To be fair, i think i will be only wearing it on nights out which is once maybe twice a week, so might be able to keep up with the up keep.

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Thank for the link

Seems more like a prevention type of thing which would of been handy a few years.

A wig sounds like a quicker solution too
The webpage has two parts: prevention and restoration. The restoration thing has hair on your head that can't be easily taken off by girls when you eat their pussy. If you're not a pussy eater, the wig seems to be the fastest and most reasonable solution.

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Haha didn't think about that potential issue like that. That would be super awkward

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They have to keep the sides trimmed and the wig he wears is real hair that when first applied is very long. The guy that puts it on him has to "trim it". It's looks as legit as it comes because its real fucking hair. Usually when I (being a bald man) see a guy wearing a piece I can spot it a mile away. This though looks fucking legit. Up keep be a bitch though.


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Haha didn't think about that potential issue like that. That would be super awkward

Thanks.
Hahahahha. I think a wig sounds like a crock of shit and screams DONT JUDGE MY HAIR. Loss of hair is presence of increased testosterone. Don't be ashamed of that. Gentlemen with shaved heads and an impeccable dress style are the sharpest, most dominant looking guys to walk into a fucking room.

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