Let's face it. Men's hairstyles, and the attention paid to them, have come a long way. A lot of people think that the preoccupation men have with their hair has come about only recently. Think popular styles like quiffs, undercuts, man buns, etc. But men have been preoccupied with their hair for a very long time. In face, this infographic courtesy of HairStyleonPoint gives us an eye into the last 50 years or so of how men have been obsessing over their hair. Check it out. It's fascinating. One other point we'd like to make. A lot of men think that because of their thinning hair or the fact that they are suffering from male pattern baldness, they can't have the hair styles or look they want. That's also just flat out untrue. At Van Scoy Hair Clinics, we've been helping men restore their hair, their style, and their lives for over 40 years. If you think you'd like to live your life with great looking hair again, give us a call. We'll show you the options and let you decide. Men's hair styles have come a long way, and so has men's hair restoration options... regardless of your age or hair type.
If you’re experiencing men’s hair loss, it’s important not to let it affect your self-esteem or the way you feel about your masculinity. In fact, the best thing you can do is to get educated about why it causes you feelings of insecurity, what might be causing your hair loss and steps you can take to help regrow your hair. Going Bald Does Not Make You Less of a Man OK, so your hair is getting a little thin. When this happens, either you can choose to not let it define you and cause you to withdraw from society, or you can look for a solution to regrow your hair. Either way, acceptance of yourself is key. Take a step back and realize that the amount of hair you have, or don’t have, on your head has nothing to do with your level of masculinity. Why Me? If you’re one of the many men struggling with alopecia, or male pattern baldness, you may ask yourself, “Why me?” from time to time. Well, the good news is that a variety of genetic factors and medical conditions are responsible for most occurrences of baldness in men. In fact, male pattern baldness sufferers have inherited hair follicles that are genetically sensitive to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This means that, over time, the hair follicles become smaller and experience a shortened life span. Other causes of men’s hair loss can include certain diseases, side effects of some medications or even extreme stress. However, for most men, it’s simply a matter of genetics. Look Guys — I’m Bald Although it may seem embarrassing, it really is very important to discuss your baldness with friends or family. Not only can this help you [...]