I’m a 26 year old male, with no sign of balding. Both sides of my family still have a full head of hair, but I do have a naturally high forehead. What are my options to lower my hairline, and is it advisable to even do so for a guy? Thanks for any information on any procedures I could undertake. Thanks.
If you knew for sure that you would not bald, then a hairline lowering procedure can give you a fairly fast result (immediately after the surgery). If your hairline went up because of frontal balding, a hair transplant can bring down the hairline quite nicely, though the results of which will not be seen for some months. The amount of hairline that can be lowered varies with the hairline lowering procedure, as it depends upon the looseness of your scalp. A hair transplant approach does not have this limitation. See the following links for more: