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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 01-14-2017, 02:55 PM Thread Starter
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Shampoo for thinning hair?

Can any men suggest a good shampoo and conditioner to fight thinning of the hair? My hair stylist suggested Bosley. I did use a DHT fighting shampoo several years ago that I purchased off of Amazon but I can't recall the name right now. I have a full head of hair but I do have a thinning spot in my crown area that really bugs me.

Speaking of hair, has any men had a hair transplant? If so, was it worth it?

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Shampoo for thinning hair?

For starters, work with what you got. Do you go to a barber that normally does men, or one of those quick, coupon places?

Find a good cutter that knows you and can recommend modern styles and a style that fits you.

I had a woman cut my hair for years. Last year I updated my decade old cut.

She retired two weeks ago.

So I went to a new local chain. They only do men. All the cutters are hot young women with tattoos. (Shout out to @Andy1001). And they give you free beer. The cut was lopsided, but hey, getting a scalp massage from a hot chick was worth a bad cut.


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Can any men suggest a good shampoo and conditioner to fight thinning of the hair? My hair stylist suggested Bosley. I did use a DHT fighting shampoo several years ago that I purchased off of Amazon but I can't recall the name right now. I have a full head of hair but I do have a thinning spot in my crown area that really bugs me.

Speaking of hair, has any men had a hair transplant? If so, was it worth it?

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You need to get a few rabbits and wear them on your head.
From a distance they will look like hares.....
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For starters, work with what you got. Do you go to a barber that normally does men, or one of those quick, coupon places?

Find a good cutter that knows you and can recommend modern styles and a style that fits you.

I had a woman cut my hair for years. Last year I updated my decade old cut.

She retired two weeks ago.

So I went to a new local chain. They only do men. All the cutters are hot young women with tattoos. (Shout out to @Andy1001). And they give you free beer. The cut was lopsided, but hey, getting a scalp massage from a hot chick was worth a bad cut.


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That's crazy! The woman who cut my hair just retired too!!!! Could it be????
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Can any men suggest a good shampoo and conditioner to fight thinning of the hair? My hair stylist suggested Bosley. I did use a DHT fighting shampoo several years ago that I purchased off of Amazon but I can't recall the name right now. I have a full head of hair but I do have a thinning spot in my crown area that really bugs me.

Speaking of hair, has any men had a hair transplant? If so, was it worth it?

Thanks
Watch, watch, here it comes! Divorce that wife of yours. She has caused you to pull out your hair in clumps. I hear that not getting enough sex causes your T levels to drop and your hair to fall out.
Soon you will lose your strength Mr. Stong Man as did Samson when his Delilah cut his locks and locked up his nads. Soon your hair will be thin-to-none! Just saying!

I skipped the hair transplant barb and any reference to spine because it would be too cruel to mention.
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No hair transplant here! When it's gone, it's gone!

In the immortal words of one of my football officiating cohorts who is beyond bald, "I just tell people that my baldness has primarily occurred from doing the missionary position as I'm habitually rubbing my head against the headboard!"

On a serious note, I've found that most of the Alberto shampoos and conditioners is a cost effective remedy!

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Re: Shampoo for thinning hair?

1. Finasteride (Propecia) $20 for 3 months at Costco

2. "Thicker Fuller Hair" shampoo and conditioner

3. Preferably... Andalou Naturals thinning hair shampoo and conditioner

4. Results:



OK, maybe half as long usually but pretty wild hair regardless. If I don't cut it for 3-4 months it ends like that.

Neutrogena isn't bad if you live in the sticks. Andalou is very good.
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"Grass don't grow on a busy street."

"It doesn't grow in an empty parking lot, either."

"Tell her to quit pulling your hair. You'll get her there."

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I would suggest just going with it and maybe getting it cut shorter. I didn't think there's ANYTHING wrong with a guy with thinning hair as long as you don't try to hide it. It's natural.
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Re: Shampoo for thinning hair?

Revita, Regenpure, and Lipogaine are some popular brands.
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For starters, work with what you got. Do you go to a barber that normally does men, or one of those quick, coupon places?

Find a good cutter that knows you and can recommend modern styles and a style that fits you.

I had a woman cut my hair for years. Last year I updated my decade old cut.

She retired two weeks ago.

So I went to a new local chain. They only do men. All the cutters are hot young women with tattoos. (Shout out to @Andy1001). And they give you free beer. The cut was lopsided, but hey, getting a scalp massage from a hot chick was worth a bad cut.


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So you went to a place full of hot women(with tattoos),you had a beer and someone who couldn't cut hair gave you a bad haircut.
Are you sure you weren't in a bar.lol.
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So you went to a place full of hot women(with tattoos),you had a beer and someone who couldn't cut hair gave you a bad haircut.
Are you sure you weren't in a bar.lol.

Or maybe he was really drunk and was here. Did the woman who cut your hair have glasses?

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Re: Shampoo for thinning hair?

What's wrong with a bald man?

I think it's sexy, not giving a damn!




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Just shave it man. I had to. I spent years worrying about it, then it got to bad to fight anymore. I wasn't going to do the comb over. I shaved it and in about a week I was used to my new look. Lots of women like bald men. If you have something going for you it doesn't really matter.

It also takes me about 10 minutes less to get ready in the morning.
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Re: Shampoo for thinning hair?

Shave your head and grow a goatee.
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