bobobaldy

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About bobobaldy

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  • Birthday 07/17/1966

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    glasgow
  • Skin Tone
    Light
  • Norwood Scale
    Norwood 4
  • Natural Hair Colour
    Grey
  • Have you had SMP?
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  1. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    The question is, are you glad you did it? And is the maintenance ( daily shave, anti shine ) worth it and less hassle than fibers ? Currently I sprinkle about 10p of fibers on in the morning and a scoot of cheap hairspray and can then cycle to work ( rain and sweat ) and still pull off ( I think) a Norwood 3 on a Norwood 5 head. Would the extra hassle of SMP be worth it ?
  2. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    Isn't the top of head shots me not a unfortunate side effect of balding rather than just having no hair? One of the reasons that avoiding shine is one of the big issues with SMP. If you have a shiny bonce it's a dead giveaway!
  3. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    If you look on this forum you will see plenty of example of treatments months and years down the line. But yeah I think the perception that the suppliers want you to have is that you will have a crew cut rather than a shaved head. I think even HIS were guilty of using models with cropped hair rather than genuine customers in the past. Once customers get used to the look they usually accept shaving rather than clippers. Still thing rotary cut at 10pm will probably look ok by 9am next day for anybody wanting a bit of growth.
  4. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    It sounds like you are getting the perfect reaction i,e you suit the shaved head and why do you shave when you have so much hair. That's pretty much what any of us want from this procedure. Happy Days!
  5. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    Have you considered rotary shave before bed? Then your bracing the world with 8 hour stubble. Personally I would slightly lower the middle with a light and sparse sprinkle. Ideally the hairline is a blur rather than a line.Im sure once the redness subsides and pigment fades it will soften further.
  6. Light brown hair and unevenly greying

    You definately want to bring the middle down and break up the hairline. The more even it is the more unnatural. Look at genuine shaved heads, wonky hairlines. Then look at the guy from MAFS to see how it shouldn't look.
  7. FUE on SMP

    And now....
  8. FUE on SMP

    I suppose fue is always an option if you decide you don't like the skinhead look and you've got about £10k to spend. David Silva's now looks great, after a year of looking like somebody had drawn lined on his head for fun !
  9. SMP after decades of hair system

    Hair system to smp can be the "best" transition as you will not need to explain density. Being a little ageist , would you worry that people thought the dramatic hair loss due to illness ?. Be interesting to see the outcome. Worst case scenario is you go back to the system.
  10. I thought Ranbir and Ian were off empire building. I didn't think they were still hands on. Is it cheeky to ask how Ian's much anticipated the/SMP combo is looking ?
  11. i think in general guys stupidly think woman are attracted to the same things that we are. We like slim, smooth, hairless bodies but thick hair and low hairlines, and think that the opposite sex will be attracted these feminine traits. Therefore 60% of guys between 18 and 24 shave their body hair. My g/f is in her 40's and i'm amazed at the guys her pals are attracted to. e.g Nathaniel Rateliff, Samuel T Herring.
  12. Actually I think he is in his 60's but looks a lot younger (now!). Lots of pictures in his multiple posts .
  13. This guy suits both looks and squarish head and small ears suit shaved heads .
  14. first one looks like a guy in his 50's , the seconds in his 40's.
  15. Your schedule sounds about right. Yes ideally you leave weeks between sessions however very few folk look decent after just 1 session so you are going to want at least two before the big reveal. It may be if you wanted longer after the 2nd you could wear a hat and say your skin reacted badly to shaving for the first time and you want time for it to look normal. In the UK very few companies have dress codes that mention headwear, and few punish.sick days that are self inflicted ( food poison, sports injury etc) so a short sick period is an option.