Hi Dr. Rassman,
I’m a 22 year old Caucasian male who has experienced some recession due to maturation of the hairline (I hope so anyway). As a teenager I wore my hair long, and I now have long hair again. My question is, is it normal for my bangs to look and feel thinner since there is a higher hairline, and hence, less hair to drape down? And if so, is this a commonly reported phenomenon? Thanks!
This may reflect the miniaturization at the leading edge of the hairline, the first findings for hair loss. If your hairline just got higher due to maturation, I wouldn’t expect your bangs to appear tin. It’s tough to know what you’re seeing without examining you, though.