– [Voiceover] Hair insecurity is something
that a lot of men feel andalmost none talk about.
– 30 % of men suffer from hair loss by the age of 30.
That’s a lot of guys.
– [Voiceover] The people I hangout with, nobody talks about hair.
– [Voiceover] They’reuncomfortable with the idea of
balding because they expectthat I’m uncomfortable with it.
– They feel like there’s no options at all
他们觉得 无所谓啊 该来的还是会来的
– They’re like whatever, it happens, I’m
gon na bald, look at my dad.
– [Voiceover] It was justweighting on my self confidence.
– I think that we need to down to the root of this problem.
– I noticed hair lossfor me when I was 27.
– [Voiceover] My wife told me I have a
bald spot in the back.
– Wait, when did she tell you,you have a bald spot?
– She just told me this last night.
– To think it’s the first time this is initially addressed,
like this is something that is real.
I was coming to this video.
– Self analysis.
Don’t be scared to take a look at it.
– I ignored it for a long time. So,
I showed you photos of me in college
and you’re like oh yeah I can see it started
然后我就会说 胡说 没有的事
there and I’m like what, no it didn’t.
– The earlier you discoverit, the better chance
you have of preventing it.
What’s your perception ofhair loss and why it happens?
– They say it might happenfrom the mothers’ father side.
错了 取决于父母两边的基因 因此
– False, genetics on both sides. So,
you’re literally rolling the dice.
Do your proper research.
Look at your parents,look at your grandparents.
Have you ever done research?
– I don’t think that I have.
– Why is that?
– It’s because of that inevitability,
nothing that I do is going to stop it.
– Men suffer from somethingcalled Androgenetic Alopecia.
Men usually bald on topof their crown area,
in the frontal lobe to the back.
It’s kind of like that Friar Tuck look.
– What you tell me is thatit’s testosterone that’s
blocking the area.- [David] Yes. So,
I’m too much of a man,that’s the problem here.
– Oh God, here we go.
It’s DHT that causes it, which is a type of hormonal testosterone.
It’s hair miniaturization that
basically closes the follicle.
– I’ve just kind of given up.
– We’re here today to discover what we can do for you.
– I’d love that.
– [David] Self analysis willlead in to hair scriptions.
– We have a mutual friendand you do his hair.
His hair is fantasticand I’m like I want that.
I’m going to corner you and I am going to get your secrets.
– As far as hair-scription is concerned,
you’re saying like how easy it is.
– I’m happy applying a cream to my head twice a day.
I have a pill that supportsstrong hair growth.
Something that adds twominutes to my morning routine.
– My hairline wasn’t magically reappearing,
but it was slowing down the process.
– A huge avenue
that people like to explore besides surgery,
is a laser comb.
– Laser comb?
– Right, the density
in their hair is a lot more than what we started with.
– Propecia, I tried it.
It was fine in the beginning,
but I noticed my sex drive and my energy were lower than normal.
– You were really great atmaking sure I understood
how and why I style my hair a certain way.
– [David] There’s an old mythof lets just keep growing
your hair out and then we will cover the areas of concern.
– Sort of trying to press it into place as much as possible.
– You don’t see the spotsor the receding parts.
– [David] Walk me throughyour hair routine.
– It’s an old ancienttechnique of water and a comb.
that I need to find a style that works with it
because it’s thinning.
– I think that you candefinitely rock different looks.
– Within seconds, your whole entire being
kind of just changed and shifted.
– I looked good.
– When people look at you,you’re look straight onto them.
Anything that’s shorter tighter here,
will focus on their jawline,will focus on their eyes
so that it eliminates thefocus on any hair loss.
We are going to try anythingpossible besides surgery.
– [Voiceover] I had a couple friends that
have done hair restoration.
– [Voiceover] There’s only ahandful of people that actually
know that I’ve gotten surgery.
– Wait, so today…
– Yeah, I’m not embarrassed of it,
I was able to find somethingthat really fit my budget,
and did what I want.
They took the hair folliclesfrom the back of my head
and placed them at the front.
After that, eight, nine months,
you start getting your hair growing back.
I fixed what the issue wasand now I’m preventing.
Some guys don’t care. But,
if they care, you should ideally
have a stylist that you trust.
– I think it’s important for guys
to not only have a open conversation with each other
and be honest each other, and be
hey， I’m noticing something, maybe you should
check it out or go see a stylist,
because they reallyknow what they’re doing.
– As we are sort of talking about it and embracing it,
we can share the tips we are sharing right now.
Which I would neverhave ever found without
just having a conversation. So,
this is positivehair, positive person,
– [David] Yes.love it.
– I looked at it as a haircut I wish I always had.
– [David] You look 10 years younger.
– Wow, hey.
– [Voiceover] Hey, wow!
– What do you think?
– [Voiceover] Your head is a square.
– Thank you so much, Ireally appreciate it.
– There’s no shame in going bald and if you are that’s fine.
– I think it’s also important to know
there are things you can do about it and that if it’s
something that make youfeel better, take action.