I’ve heard somewhere that I man ALWAYS inherit his father’s hairline. Then if your balding or not is another thing, that could be inherit from both sides. But the hairline is always the fathers.
Is this true or could a man’s hairline also have his mothers shape or a mix between both? Best regards!
The shape of the hairline is determined largely by your sex. Female hairlines are concave (rounded corners) while male hairlines are convex (receded corners). The hairline, like the hair loss on the rest of the scalp, is inherited from either side.
Of interest, I remember one man who had a very, very low inherited hairline (about 1 inch from the eyebrow) and he told me that all of the men in his family have that unusual hairline.