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  1. 4 points
    My hair loss was extensive, similar to the OP’s. Initially, I opted for a higher hairline and temple recession for the same reasons that he stated. But after adjusting to my new look, I realized that I’d been overly cautious. So I went back for some further blending (i.e., integration) of a more-lowered hairline with far less age recession at the temples. The masterful artistry of my “up-for-a-challenge” practitioner made ALL the difference when pushing the limits of what was possible. Check out my temples to see some superb blending work by Zang. Bottom line: Don’t be overly afraid to tweak your results, bit by bit, in order to achieve your best ultimate result. There’s a very fine line between being too cautious and too bold; the trick is finding the right balance for you.
  2. 3 points
    Getting smp was the best thing i did 5 years down the line its still looking good hope that helps mate get it done you wont look back
  3. 2 points
    PermanentVacation

    SMP suitability

    Hi, you are in my opinion the perfect candidate for it. You have a hair and a hairline that enables you to hide the treatment very well once done as you still would have a shadow on head and with the smp it won’t be as drastic a change. But a big enough change for it to have an awesome effect you could get away with a tiny bit of Growth good luck
  4. 2 points
    BaldytheBaldMan

    SMP suitability

    Hi Guys, I'm thinking about getting an SMP done, particularity one which I can still have a buzz cut. The length that I want can been seem in the pictures posted. I was just wondering if what you guys think in terms of me being suitable for the procedure.
  5. 2 points
    That’s a great start, looking fantastic. I’m sure you are happy with that result so far
  6. 2 points
    Bigjule1111

    consultation

    I chose to do business with HIS because of the good reviews and being the originators of smp was Paramount to me .. so I went with them .. plus some of the techs are masters at there craft .. ian was phenomenal..but that was last year ... Whats going on with HIS now is pretty sad and unacceptable..
  7. 2 points
    Bigjule1111

    consultation

    I never stated any names .. so can u please tell me is there a reason y HIS has disappeared ? Am I doing something wrong ? Is there a back door phone number that I'm not aware of ? I paid a extra $1000 to get a 3rd service with 1 yr warranty.. I would like for his to oblige by it .. originally I was just going to just stay with the 2 treatments but I ponied up the ;extra $1000 for the 3rd and the 1 yr of warranty..
  8. 2 points
  9. 2 points
    Hi , I'm what you call the first generation His devotees.I had mine done 10 years ago and have had a couple of top ups in between.Last top up was around 4 years ago when I wanted my hairline to be be totally feathered as it was too sharp as I'm white. For Asian or black then you can get away with a more square hairline. The hairline did not look natural to me and Ranbir and Ian who did my initial treatment did not offer the feathered look which His now do. I think it was down to a great tattooist #### Clarke ? who was a professional tattooist before he joined His to offer that at His. I had to laser NY hairline off from London Harley street clinic and #### gave me a new feathered hairline . Overall it has lasted all of 10 years and I don't think I need another top up for a few more years or maybe never again. . I think then the ink was meant to last ,I'm not sure about the ink they use today. . I hope that helps. I must add Ian and Ranbir are total professionals and are there to help. I also have to mention before I went to His 10 years ago I went to another practioner not His and destroyed my scalp with massive dots that Ranbir had to disguise and use her skill to give me that Natural look . Even today I really do suggest that you check out who you are going to get your treatment with as there are many charlatans who will destroy your look. Please tread carefully. ,I would gladly go back to His if I needed further treatment
  10. 2 points
    SHVD

    Hairy Again

    Totally agree, you are right on the limit at three days growth, but it still kinda works. The top of your head 'dampened'. I really like your hairline, subtle yet enough, and the shade is spot on. ( what I have found is that you go through changes of heart about how much stubble you can run with, sometimes it has to be every day and a few weeks later, ah what the... two, three days hey! ) roll with it when that happens.
  11. 2 points
    the bald ego

    MY FIRST SESSION

    Per my own experience, you (the OP) seem right where you should be at this stage. My third session was a ‘power’ marathon to add lots of density, and make subtle refinements. Nearly a year after that, I did go back for a touch-up, and went one shade darker at that time. Approaching the end of my second year now, and it’s perfect. This is as much artistry as science. Yours looks good so far. We’ve all been impatient, but the best result comes from being slow and cautious.
  12. 2 points
    bobobaldy

    Celebrities And Smp

    Just checked and El Ahmadi has also had it. 2 from one country, a record.
  13. 2 points
    The difference smp makes to someone is outstanding. @stokie, suits you mate.
  14. 2 points
    1) Have a good technician, 2) dont expect it to be finished after one session. 3) be patient.
  15. 2 points
    Soctopus

    Hairy Again

    Quick shot at work... about a week out from the treatment, and this is with nearly 3 days growth. I can definitely notice the difference between top and sides if I'm looking for it at this length, but doesn't seem like anyone else can.
  16. 1 point
    Thanks everyone. What you guys are saying is what I was thinking-the left temple being too sharp and the density/hairline not looking natural. Appreciate all your input.
  17. 1 point
    The point is that it is the hairline that makes us look better, but a less endowed crown will put even the most suspicious off the scent.
  18. 1 point
    bobobaldy

    Any Recommendations

    You are not doing the smp-frown which makes the hairline seem even higher, but it is too high to look natural with such density. However it's an easy fix to drop it down subtly with density fading to a broken lighter hairline. The sheer greyness of the head is exaggerated by the colourful beard also unfortunately.
  19. 1 point
    I do remember somebody used to sprinkle hair from his shaver on his head, with moisturiser/sunscreen helping to make it stick. If they got dislodged or noticed he would say his shaver must have been full, helped confirm he was shaving his head.
  20. 1 point
    Lol guys I know what you mean. I've already took the leap on SMP and started my first session. I'm already in! Was just discussing with you an extra thing to create more realism you know
  21. 1 point
  22. 1 point
    SHVD

    Celebrities And Smp

    Whoops! I meant I like Nordin's treatment.
  23. 1 point
    bobobaldy

    Celebrities And Smp

    Nordin Amrobat (?) Morocco and Watford. I think he's been mentioned previously in this forum. Looks ok. I don't understand the "matt" comment from Ed, surely better than gloss !
  24. 1 point
    the bald ego

    Scalp problems

    I can relate to the OP. I battled odd skin/scalp conditions since about 1994. A half-dozen top dermatologists in three countries gave me their boilerplate (repetitious) ‘topical’ ointment and hygiene bits of mindless advice. Needless to say, nothing ever worked. For the past several years, I’ve begun to study the root cause of these skin manifestations, including Omega-3 fats, “leaky gut”, weak immune systems, “nightshades”, inflammation, probiotics, etc. I’m essentially recovered now. NO more cysts, NO more scalp psoriasis (ugly red, scaly, blistery outbreaks of the forehead and scalp), NO more torso rashes, etc. Now, I can fully exercise again, and sweat without provoking an instant skin reaction. Formerly, any exertion or even minimal heat/humidity would make my skin react so badly that I’d have to avoid being in public for weeks at a time. Now it’s been nearly two years that I’ve been **completely** symptom-free, with ZERO skin issues, and I’m back to living a 100% fully normal life. Looking back, I believe that my immune system became crippled after an extended continual use of antibiotics in the mid-‘90s, and without the knowledge of how to then restore my ‘gut’ environment which regulates the immune system. The dermatologists failed to “look below the surface” or consider that my skin conditions were symptoms of a major underlying immunological issue. ”Google” can be your best starting point. Be prepared to read, learn, experiment, and read some more. A lot more! I hit some dead-ends, and had to try various protocols, fill in many blanks, and be patient while my body was doing its ‘behind-the-scene’ healing. There are many pieces to the puzzle. Hope this help you! Good luck.
  25. 1 point
    Oh Man, you're case is damn interesting. You reminded me of myself when I couldn't accept the fact that I'm balding. I was battling it till the last breath! lol. I still look at my old pictures when I used to do comeovers and whatnot and they were terrible. People who see me now they even say I look better with a bald head more than I look with a thinning hair. You're hair is exactly the same like mine, same thin, same softness, same everything. Do yourself a favor and shave off everything and go for SMP. It will look great because you're not totally bald. My 1st session is on July 6th. Wish me good luck!
  26. 1 point
    Looks great on you. Frontal corners of hairline is real and fits your age. Thanks for sharing!
  27. 1 point
    I agree it's not very dark, but hey, lighter color is way better and natural than too dark because it would make it fake (You look now as if you are still thinning on top). I think your practitioner is a little conservative and careful. His style was to be cautious and pour ink little by little. I personally prefer that over a practitioner who finishes you up quickly and makes a lot of mistakes. Btw, My first session is on Jan 06th and I'm nervous too, so you know how you feel. Good luck man, I like your SMP!
  28. 1 point
    Hey guys. I haven't logged into this forum for a while now, since the HIS Tapatalk portal seems to have permanently quit working. A year has zipped by since my SMP treatment in Los Angeles. Yesterday, I underwent a post-treatment session wih Zang, to make a few 'style' enhancements. MY FIRST YEAR WITH SMP For the newbies, I'll recap... I'm 63, fair-skinned, once blonde, now 75% gray, and a Norwood 7. When I did SMP last year, I had already been bald for over 40 years. And for that reason, the initial treatment approach was intentionally conservative. But, a remarkable thing happened over the course of the last year (thanks to SMP)... my self-confidence grew by leaps and bounds. Consequently, I started taking much better care of myself. New clothes; regular workouts; better skin care; sun damage treatment; healthier diet... basically everything has had a long-overdue overhaul. ZANG REVISITED I am a Zangaholic. It was so good to see him again yesterday, a year later. We had pre-discussed my session goal of pushing the limits of my SMP beyond conservatism. We agreed to: • revise my hairline (more 'broken' and less 'widow's peak') • reduce my 'recession' at the temples • blend pigment further down the sides and back • increase pigment density and volume • use a darker pigment shade overall As we started yesterday's session, I wondered (to myself) whether I should be leaving well enough alone. But Zang's enthusiasm about our approach put my mind at ease. My first sessions had not seemed painful at all. But yesterday was the extreme opposite. I grit my teeth in silence, so as not to have my pain become the focus of the session. It helped a lot to chat about 'life' with Zang for three hours while he worked – anyone who has ever sat in his chair can attest to Zang's gift of entertaining dialogue. Surprisingly, there were no photos yesterday – neither before nor after. We took about 20 minutes to pencil in our planned changes. From that point on, it was a focused work session without pause, with a high degree of artistic finesse by Zang. It wasn't until Zang suddenly pronounced, "OK, we're done," that I finally got to see the outcome. My reaction was pure ecstasy – Zang had flawlessly achieved every goal that we had set forth, and the overall effect was even greater than I had hoped for or expected. Now, 24 hours later, the redness has already vanished. The hairline is brilliant – total perfection. The temples are much less receded now... with better sculpting and integration. Plus, I can already see that the overall effect of the darker and increased (area and density) pigmentation were extremely worthwhile changes. I'll give it 1-4 weeks to settle in before posting any pics. But I'm actually more excited about these results than for any prior session. My degree of hair loss and graying – coupled with uncertainty by both Zang and myself about how conservative of an approach we should take – made my original and follow-up situations far more challenging than the norm. SMP has dramatically improved the quality of my life, and my happiness. And I can tell that with the work we did yesterday, my appearance is going to get even better thanks to this latest work. I looked in the mirror this morning, and can now say that I feel that I look like the guy I was meant to be, finally. I'm blown away, once more, by the SMP process. And by Zang, who is one of the nicest and most dedicated guys I've ever met. His SMP talent knows no bounds.
  29. 1 point
    Turning 64 next month. Almost two years after SMP... best thing ever...
  30. 1 point
    SMPler

    Should I or shouldn't I?

    Shave that off, man. It looks terrible to be honest. A few thin strains combed to the front along with Toppik. That can not be the solution for you. Get a SMP and forget about all your hair problems.
  31. 1 point
    TOBaldy

    He got called out!

    Read the comments..people are right..his hairline is too defined..though if I didn't know I probably would not have noticed... As a side topic, why is it that women can do all this shit, IE wear wigs (Amber Rose), get eyebrows tattooed and no one bats an eye but if men do it, people call it out!!!?? What actually inspired me to go the SMP route was a friend of mine had her eyebrows done and she was talking about it and telling everyone and all the girls were like "yeah I am gonna do that too..." including my wife. It was then that I decided to tell all my friends about my hairpiece and told them I was going to go the SMP route.. PS Someone in the comments wrote that Ricky Whittle had SMP. Is this true? I have seen pics where he has grown a mohawk. TBH I wanted to get SMP so my hair could look like his - lol!
  32. 1 point
    Soctopus

    Hairy Again

    Session 3 finally under my belt. Quite pleased with the results — Ian Dennis, the Houston practitioner, continues to be a master at what he does. Redness faded a lot quicker this time as he was really just adding in darker dots for variation and blending into the sides. I'm hoping I can let this grow 3 days now before it's noticeable and I need to shave. Of course, I could probably go a week and no one would notice — if this experience has taught me anything it's that people's eyes just want to see things that make sense, and the idea that part of my hair might be fake just doesn't compute. So, if anyone's on the fence for reasons of getting called out, you can put that fear to rest. One mid-session shot and a few pics from yesterday (these are only a few hours after shaving, for the most part). Those two pics in my car are taken right after each other; one with sunroof open and the other closed to show that even some lights will still totally make it disappear. I expect the same would happen on someone with a short buzz as well, though. I guess I'm off to go live my life now, I suppose. Hasn't really sunk in yet that going bald isn't something to worry about anymore, but I know that's to come.
  33. 1 point
    My tech recommended an expensive shaver PanasonicArc 5. I tried cutting costs and got a little cheap thing and it takes ages to cut so i just ordered the panasonic.
  34. 1 point
    Soctopus

    Hairy Again

    Thanks all. Ivor - my gf loves it; she claims she didn't mind my balding head before, but who knows how she really felt. I think what she likes most is that I like it, though, and am no longer emotionally affected by hair loss. It is a wonderful feeling to be able to get "you look great!" comments now from her and others and actually believe them. We'll see about roomie's gf; I'm quite close with her and trust her so I'm not concerned. Plus, unlike a hair piece or something else, SMP doesn't feel like something that would be a huge problem if the secret got out. There's no stigma against it, and since the result is so good, it's almost like someone finding out your front teeth are fake or something like that— no big deal. Still, I am going to ask her to keep it quiet. Just a pic sitting in my bed... mix of warm indoor and natural sunlight
  35. 1 point
    Soctopus

    Hairy Again

    When I was considering getting SMP and stalking the forums I also wished people would post more photos of every day life, different lighting, etc. So I'll do my best to do a lot of that... if you really stare you can see I still it's still not blending 100% seamlessly, but I think it's just a matter of needing to fade a tad/session 3 work next month. Kinda blowing my mind still that no one seems able to notice the change... I'm planning on revealing the truth to my roommate's girlfriend soon (she sees me every day), so I'll see what her reaction is on finding out
  36. 1 point
    SHVD

    Hairy Again

    That looks good and if having it a little darker means you can get forty-eight hours between shaves, then perfect. Also by grabbing that extra bit of hairline, that's a single layer, which for me adds to the realism of the feathered hairline.
  37. 1 point
    SHVD

    Hairy Again

    First session is just a template, second will give you a more cohesive idea of what you are going to end up with. I would hold on for about ten weeks till you have the third session to allow for any fading to occur and also to give you time to adjust to any swings of thought you may have on what you want from this third session (and believe me, you will have swings, darker, lower etc). Personally I think you could definitely grab another ten millimetre of hairline at your second session. The density from this session will firm up your treatment and I would stress wait and live with two for two months before having the third. You can after you have three have the free top up towards the end of your warranty year to refresh with a darker shade if you feel you are still too light.
  38. 1 point
    Soctopus

    Hairy Again

    Quick update; finally shaved and showered and hit my first public event: coworker's New Year's Day party. She didn't seem to notice a thing even though she sees me every day, so fingers crossed for when I go into work tomorrow. Redness has gone down and it's starting blend nicely.
  39. 1 point
    Redman

    MY FIRST SESSION

    Thanks 2hanger Yeah didn't want my hairline to sharp just natural looking. My scar area is still taking time to settle down. Will upload more photo's next week which will be exactly one month after my 3rd session.
  40. 1 point
    Redman

    MY FIRST SESSION

    Hi 2Hanger thanks for your comments much appreciated. I had my 2 sessions done in Manchester ( not sure if i'm allowed to say who the practitioner was? ) But his initial is D I've had the scars for over 20 years i got the old hair transplant plug surgery done in the late 1980s. I've only told my Mum i've had it done and she said it looks fine. I'm lucky as i'm self employed and work from home so i haven't been out anywhere really. About 30 mins ago i was talking to my sister in the house and she never said anything or seemed to notice! I've been shaving my head fully for about the last 2 or 3 years! To be honest i'm not bothered if i did tell everyone because i suffered for all those years with a very noticeable hair transplant so if i can get a good finish result with smp it will be worth it! Hope that helps?
  41. 1 point
    Redman

    MY FIRST SESSION

    After seven days after my 2nd session was hoping my scars at back and top of my head would of been less noticeable and thought i would of had much more density all over? ( will definitely have to go for a 3rd session ) But as i say having read various comments on this thread this is a gradual process i suppose and my thoughts and concerns are all over the place just now!! Looks ok under some light conditions but not under other light conditions which i know is going to happen anyway?! Doesn't help with me being a perfectionist and little patience!! lol Hoping to get some feedback from others on here who have had the treatment done also and get their thoughts too?
  42. 1 point
    Redman

    MY FIRST SESSION

    Yeah i'm hoping to see a big improvement after my 3rd session? Having read comments on this forum i was hoping the second session would of been more of a wow factor but maybe that was me expecting too much too soon?! Starting to cross my mind i might be spending a lot of money for not much improvement?! But will have the cost of a 3rd Treatment before i suppose i can have a more fair judgement? Having read a lot of comments regarding other peoples concerns fading/ density etc etc after treatment i suppose i'm going through the same thing now?
  43. 1 point
    Redman

    MY FIRST SESSION

    Ok don't know if i'm correct in replying to my post or start a new post? Anyway here are my photo's taken on the day i got home from my first session in Manchester mid September! Got to admit my emotions were / are all over the place ie will it eventually fade to nothing?! the usual concerns i have read on this forum. But i decided not to have any real expectations after the first session just get it done and see what happens? So here's the photo's i took when i got home.
  44. 1 point
    Like some of the other guys posting on here, it didn't take long for me to decide that SMP was right for me. I have been buzzing (and then shaving) my head since I was in High School. It was in style at that time and suited me well so I sort of went with it. In college, I started losing my hair so I just kept going shorter and shorter until it was my normal practice to wet shave 1-2x per week. About 3 months ago I started researching options. I wasn't really serious about doing anything, but I wondered if maybe there was a solution. The hair transplant option was quickly eliminated. After paying all that money and going through all that pain, I would want a perfect result. The results are far from perfect and, for me, a full head of hair isn't really something I was after. I think I look good with a buzzed head. While looking only I came across SMP and thought it was the perfect option for me; someone who likes the buzzed look and wanted to find a good balance between cost and benefit. I looked at several providers and quite honestly was sold on HIS because of what I didn't observe. I didn't observe a sales pitch, a gimmick, a scam, bad reviews or pressure. I observed a casual environment that was professional, matter-of-fact and honest. During my first consultation in Chicago, I met the person who would actually be doing the work and I was impressed because it was positioned as "an art" and not a "procedure". It always helps when the person doing it also HAS IT, so that was a factor as well. I quickly booked my first and second session 7 days apart. The time between booking and actually going was probably the most "mental" part of it. You keep asking yourself if you have made the right decision and if you are crazy because you are getting a tattoo on your head. It's funny how your mind plays games with you. Those feelings were minimized by the excitement of doing something for myself that would address an issue with my appearance. There was finally an acceptable solution and I was happy I was able to make it happen. I am lucky enough to live in Chicago so travel to the Loop was not an issue. I had read all of the posts on here and sort of knew what to expect, but it's still a new experience so there was a little nervous energy, but I was put at ease by the practitioner. He is a true professional and honestly loves what he does. It started with me drawing what I thought a good hairline would be. He perfected it and really, that was it. The pain from the needle really isn't bad. As others have said, some areas of the head are worse than others. I think it's probably different for everyone. I would describe it more as an annoying pain than anything else. You don't like it, but you tolerate it. The worst for me was above my eyes. It made my nose run and eyes water like CRAZY. Apparently this was normal, but it was quite annoying. After the first session, seeing your hairline is pretty awesome. You instantly look younger. Your focus goes from your head to your face and then you start scrutinizing it. I think some people who have had it done say it looks "fake" at this point. I don't think it looks fake, I think it just tricks your brain that is used to seeing something a certain way for so long and instantly, it sees it another way. After looking at it for a day, you start getting used to it AND LIKING IT, A LOT. Even after my first session, I was really impressed and knew it would just get better. The think I loved was the natural hairline (widow's peak) and the temples. Like I said, I just felt like I was looking at a younger version of myself. The aftercare is sort of annoying as well. Not shaving, normal showering, working out and sweating is a pain, but it's only for a few days and you know it's worth it. I did learn that not sweating is next to impossible, but I tried to minimize it as much as possible. I wet shaved on day 5 after my first session and it looked really good. I thought it looked best however, 24-36 hours after shaving. I know most people say you have to shave everyday (same say 2x per day! LOL) but I disagree. i think you can go a couple of days and be fine. No one is looking at your head that closely. The second session was pretty much like the first. Just more density and a bit darker color. I found it a little more painful than the first, but that's maybe because my head was a little more tender. Not sure... It's true what people say about people noticing. Most people have said "what's different about you". One person who sees me everyday said "did you shave your head?". It's really an odd experience because they know something is different but they can't tell you what. My favorite was "did you get your teeth whitened?" and "Are you wearing color contacts?" I think it goes back to what I was saying earlier. Your brain focuses more on your face because your hairline is now framing it. Very cool. Overall, I can't overstate how impressed I am with HIS and their Chicago location. I would highly recommend it to anyone that is going to be ok with a buzzed/shaved look. Noting is perfect, but it's way better than that big bald spot on the top of your head. The cost is reasonable and the service is very attentive and professional. There was never a time where I was questioning my decision to go with HIS versus another provider. I always got good vibes and a good result. It's very rare these days, so "hats off" to HIS for their ability to provide this level of service from so far away. You have a real asset in Chicago and should be proud of the location. I am happy to meet up with anyone or answer any questions you may have. Just let me know. Here are some photos. A note... they don't do it justice. It's hard to photograph. I'll just say it looks good in a mirror and I'm happy with it. As soon as it calms down from my second session and I get a good shave, I will post more photos.
  45. 1 point
    Here are some new pics. This is after 4 days of not shaving just to show you how good it still looks. If you're on the fence, do it. It's the best money you will spend. Here's a link to my original post that outlines my full experience in Chicago: http://forum.hishairclinic.com/topic/7295-session-1-and-2-done-in-chicago/
  46. 1 point
    No problem. That's why I posted... an honest description of my experience to help others who are looking at it. No, I did not ask for smaller dots. I don't think you can request a certain size as the needles are all the same. I will post some additional pics today. It's still looking great. Thanks for the comments.
  47. 1 point
    Your results look good. Some ppl I've seen have gigantic dots on their head after. Yours however looks reasonably good. Pls post more pics. Thank you for your post with great detail, it's helps those of us considering smp.
  48. 1 point
    Nice to read your post this evening, since my #1 session is tomorrow morning. Really like your attitude. I picked the most competent company and experienced practitioner that I could find in my part of the country, specifically in order to relieve me of insecurities about making the best choices, and getting work that is of the highest level of technical skill and aesthetic judgment. It'll be interesting to see how the practitioner and I will end up collaborating tomorrow to design a brand new look for me. Odd to think that tonight will mark my end to looking bald, and that I'm about to get my new "forever" haircut.
  49. 1 point
    HBK

    Why not tell the truth?

    Alright guys, A few weeks ago, delighted with my completed SMP, I decided to move on with life and stop coming on here so frequently, planning on just popping by now and again. After a recent incident I'm now back obsessing about my head again! Seeing this thread, I thought I may as well post about what happened as it's relevant to this discussion. Long story short, I was basically called out about having a "black line round my head" and it looking "drawn on", referring to my hairline. This was in front of about 6 other guys in an unforgiving piss taking environment. I managed to laugh it off before actually being asked straight out if it was fake but it was obvious that's what they were getting at. I haven't told anyone about SMP except my wife, not even my parents so am firmly in the keeping it a secret camp. My excuse about shaving my hair has always been that it was starting to thin and thats why I shaved it. Probably a bad idea looking back considering I now look like a NW1 with full head of shaved hair. The thought that I've been found out and potentially everyone laughing at me behind my back has completely destroyed my confidence and I'm now completely paranoid even more so than when going bald was all I worried about. All I'm saying is think long and hard before you tell people about this as there is definitely a stigma about it - the looks and sniggering in the room definitely confirmed that for me.
  50. 1 point
    Rosco

    Celebs

    LOL, yes JuJu, you are spot on! I remember in the early 90s in the 'Blossom' days when every guy wanted to be him and every girl wanted to be with him. Back then when I had hair, I used to try and style mine like Joey's, but I never got quite the same reaction from the ladies as Joey did LOL. I Definitely didn't mean to negatively affect Joey's Heart throb image. This one's for you Joey Lawrence,- "WHOAA"