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Ok so I was on the couch with my son and he asked "daddy why do you have black dots on your head?" I told him not sure and immediately put on a hat. I'm just getting into a relationship and now wonder when it's going to be when she asks the same thing. It looks good for the most part but now I'm just really self conscious about it. I already told her I'm bald but I will have to take my hat off more often if we were to get more close. I took it off for awhile but I'm just totally nervous for when it happens. It's been a month since my 3rd session but was thinking it wasn't going to be as dotty and more of an even coat that's not as pronounced.
How should I take/handle this? I had my treatment (2 sessions) in Gothenborg) with a great result. Becauseof my age I had asked for a Little receding and a soft look. This was a 100 % delivered. By the time I had started back at Work a couple of weeks after my second session the treatment had settled, and I have a soft natural looking result. A few people commented that I had buzzed my hair completly, but most didn't even comment. I was about a Norwood 5 which was buzzed to a nr. 1, therfore it wasn't in my eyes a huge transition. Then came the bombshell. A colleague who had just started back after her summer Holiday was in talking to me and then being the person she is said "have you gotten new hair". I just looked at her is if I was confused and she was stupid, and she then said "we were discussing it" and I thought you were thinner on top than now. I just commented that it probably looks thicker because it is shaved. It was really embarrasing. She left looking really confused and seemed slightly awkward and embarrassed. The person in question doesn't Work directly with me in our department, therefore she holds her breaks with her own colleagues. Today i noticed another person from her department constantly looking over at me in the canteen and even worse trying to look into my office when she goes by in the corridor. Almost as if there is a -has he, hasn't he - had something done type thing going on. Am i being over sensative? I don't know quite how to take her comment,or quite how to handle it should it come again. The plus is that she hasn't realised it's not hair.