Oliver

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  • Birthday 02/14/1991

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  • Have you had SMP?
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  1. Hi everyone, I hope everyone is good, it has been a while since I last posted on this forum however I have been following every single post as and when they have come up. I cannot believe that it has been 3 years since the message below. I have always wanted this but have never had the courage or the will power to save up the cash to do it. I have now! First of all I'd like to apologise for my language in my previous post lol. The past three years have been 'okay'. I have very much accepted my shaven head. I am (was) so blonde that people often ask why I shave my head or ask if i have alopecia (this is usually after someone has had a couple of drinks). It's not so much of a daily struggle anymore. It does not depress me as much as it did before and it has become part of my identity and confidence is growing slowly. As i mentioned, I started going for interviews in the city after university. I got the Job. Three years later and i'm saying screw the city and i'm going travelling which got me back to seriously wanting this again. I want to be free and confident when abroad. I'm sure a lot of people can relate to this, I stopped having fun after going bald. I stopped making plans on birthdays, I stopped seeing my friends, I stopped going to family parties, I hated seeing old friends and I have not been in a relationship for 4 years. I have had my quote and been for two consultations. I had my first session booked in a year but got cold feet and pulled out. I will be needing my entire head done and I am a little worried that it will not be good. Some days I am extremely exited, other days i am not so sure. I have also told quite a lot of people that I am getting this done which I completely regret. I am trying to post picture of myself now but some reason all my tec does not want to work. Kudos to everyone that has gone through this. I started balding at 16, started shaving at 21. Its been tough. Hello everyone @ his hair clinic, Hope everyone is good and thank you for reading this. I have been looking at this website for about a year now and all i can is this is the type and only kind of procedure that i have even considered in helping me regain my confidence that i had in my later teens. I am 22 and V noticeably bald. It's really fucking annoying and soul destroying. I started shaving my head around a year ago. That was a massive step for me. I have always had long blonde hair and was always complimented on it and was part of my identity. for a long time i thought there was nothing out there that could help me give the illusion of a full head of hair. I have contemplated implants but looking at the procedure and examples i am not convinced.... even Wayne Rooney (to the American followers - Massive soccer player with tons of money (£350k a week) his hair looks terrible. I have just finished university and am getting interviews for jobs in the city. Once i have the money i am going for it. My ex and my mum are both sceptical about it and my only concern is the fact that it may fade within five years. I liked the shaved look - its suits me, make me look older and more professional. however beause i am so blonde my shaved hair looks invisible. How much is the procedure for a full head???? Hello everyone @ his hair clinic, Hope everyone is good and thank you for reading this. I have been looking at this website for about a year now and all i can is this is the type and only kind of procedure that i have even considered in helping me regain my confidence that i had in my later teens. I am 22 and V noticeably bald. It's really fucking annoying and soul destroying. I started shaving my head around a year ago. That was a massive step for me. I have always had long blonde hair and was always complimented on it and was part of my identity. for a long time i thought there was nothing out there that could help me give the illusion of a full head of hair. I have contemplated implants but looking at the procedure and examples i am not convinced.... even Wayne Rooney (to the American followers - Massive soccer player with tons of money (£350k a week) his hair looks terrible. I have just finished university and am getting interviews for jobs in the city. Once i have the money i am going for it. My ex and my mum are both sceptical about it and my only concern is the fact that it may fade within five years. I liked the shaved look - its suits me, make me look older and more professional. however beause i am so blonde my shaved hair looks invisible. How much is the procedure for a full head????
  2. First time wearing my SMP out

    lad - Looking forward to this
  3. SMP and Work

    As said, It does destroys people first impression of you. It changed you a great deal. Have you had it done?
  4. SMP and Work

    Lukey - I have been shaving for 3 years now. I have generally forgotten what its like to have hair. I am doing to this to get rid the never ending forehead. Its going to be great cant wait.
  5. Omg, am I too blonde for SMP???

    I have my sessions at the end of august. I have dark eyebrows so i am going to get the colour correlated to them. I am just going to put my faith into them
  6. SMP and Work

    I have just booked my sessions. My summer of working out and getting prepared awaits. Honestly cannot wait. I cant remember the last time i went out for a casual drink with friends in a nice bar...... Its either a raggo club where everyones off of their face and i can wear a snapback or a night in with the television.....
  7. Lewis Hamilton

    Plus i do not want a transplant i want this
  8. Lewis Hamilton

    In a past post I mentioned that it's acceptable for women to get breast implants on the NHS because of self esteem issues........ hair transplants for men... Have a laugh. All though i am accepting the fact that it is a lot more expensive but you get where I am coming from..
  9. Omg, am I too blonde for SMP???

    I had a consultation with Ian and he said it would be fine. I have peroxide blonde hair (i was regularly asked if my hair was natural). Im getting my whole head done as if I have alopecia.
  10. SMP and Work

    Hello His satff, I have already had a consultation with Ian in the LDN office. I've been quoted and looked at. I think it's just the case of booking an appointment. Currently relocating to Essex at the moment. I think I am going save the full 3 grand before it go for it. But I would like to get cracking by late August and get myself out there with a new wardrobe by November. I have stopped buying clothes because of how much this has affected me. Used to have style lol. Anyone else like this? Thanks for the reply
  11. SMP and Work

    I posted for the first time around 2 years ago. I had just finished Uni and was about to start my career. two years, still have not go it - so angry with myself...... but I have started my career in the way that I would liked. After being rejected on finance (That stupid phone bill when I was 17!!!!!) I have now saved a sufficient amount to get started My only question is - How long do you wait to go back to work after a treatment? Like, if I got it done on a Thursday would I be fine going into work on the Monday? And with the following two sessions (I am going to need to get my whole head as I have florescent blonde hair - lol) do you think I just get it on a Saturday and will be fine for the Monday? Just to give you a bit of an insight into me - I started going bald at 17, started shaving at 20, 24 now. I work in a high pressure banking sales environment - My nicknames include Luke (short for leukaemia) and Jonjo (jonjo shelvey - Football player for Swansea - Scores a mean goal). People can be D*ckHeads.... But I always tell myself that I am thankful that I am bald and they are not because they'd crumble under the social pressure of going bald if they have that outlook on life. Quite frankly, I couldn't give two fucks if anyone notices, I'd rather be happy and caught out than depressed and unhappy with myself. I have been thinking about this for 4 years, I have been on and off the fence for a long time which I am annoyed at myself for. But I am ready and exited to take the plunge and be a bad ass with a shaved head look (not bald). Wow, that was only meant to be one question, Sorry for the rant. If there are any young guys out there that want a chat about this do not hesitate to get in touch with me. I know it's depressing, I know it stops you from doing with you REALLY want to do and I know it can changes the way you build relationships with other people and the way that other people perceive YOU.
  12. Feeling Completely Lost

    @ Aaron23 Hope your well, Sorry to see that you are not happy with your new look! I too lost my hair at a very young age. I am 22 and i now shave my head down to the bone because i cannot be bothered to try and save it. I see his hair clinic as my only option these days and i'm sure that is the same way you felt before you got your treatment. The reason as stated before by some other people it may have be the shock factor of having a shaven head in the first place. I know when i went from my Emo fringe to a shaven head it was a big shock to myself and everyone else around me. BUT in a way it was the best thing i had EVER done. I was owning my baldness and showing people i'm not trying to hide it anymore. However I still have no hair and it sucks and my confidence has dwindled down to nothing. I just want to say that the shaved look suits you two a tee, especially with SMP! A hairpiece is an extremely bad idea. Imagine, being on holiday in a hot country. Going out clubbing, pulling a girl and then being asked if you wanna go skinny dipping? if your anything like me this has happened numerous times. You wouldnt be able to do it with a hairpiece would you???? And that would suck. If anyone asks why you shave your head say what i say.... Because it's easy and i'm not a girl. Your a good looking guy mate and you pull it off. Shave the beard though, down to stubble. I have found it extremely hard to deal with my baldness, but once i get this i know my problems will to some extent go away. I am currently saving up for this treatment and i really can't wait. It makes me sick to think that some girls get boobs for free on the NHS because of confidence reasons. But when it comes to guys and baldness we get overlooked. The one great thing to think about is when we turn to the ages of 35-40 and our friends around us are trying to scrimp and save there last amounts hair we can safely sit down and think we've already dealt with this issue and feel better than ever before. Give it time mate, Like i said it takes time to get used to the look. You look wicked, trust me. Oliver from Essex, UK.
  13. I want this done as soon as possible

    Genetics > Yeh i'm based in Essex, i've been in and around this site for about a year now. Every time i get upset about it I come on here and feel happy again and am confident that this is the way to go.
  14. I want this done as soon as possible

    @ David > Okay will do once i become close to the financial side of things. Were you really surprised then when you first saw it? i bet i've seen loads of people who have had it done without realising. I really feel that this is the best way of dealing with this. Other methods just don't seem to touch this. And once its done it done.