Wanted to share some insight with you, in light of all the Incel BS that has been going on in this sub. I will try to make it quick. DISCLAIMER: I know that hair is important and balding sucks and I’m not saying don’t worry about your hair at all, but you need to know one thing. I live in Manhattan, I’m 27. When I first moved to NYC I signed to a modeling agency and did some modeling part time to make some extra money. This is not to brag and I’m by no means even a successful model (I don’t even do it anymore). During my time modeling in NYC, I’ve been fortunate enough to be around some of the most beautiful women in the world, and even been able to date some models here and there.
I want to make one thing very clear. The majority of the models I have met (especially ones in the 24- 30+ range care WAY more about success, confidence and personality, than they do looks. Sure, for a hook up here and there, they may go for the hottest guy, but the overwhelming majority of these girls end up In actual relationships with: entrepreneurs, bankers, business owners, Managing directors I.E confident successful men, most of whom are very average looking and a lot of them with bad hair (I’ve seen this over and over again with my own eyes) Actual beautiful women who can get any guy they want, care way more about their future with a guy than their looks.
The take away here is, if you’re going to put all your time and energy into something, put it into bettering yourself and trying to be super successful and don’t let MPB be the end-all be of your life. I know a lot of you already know this, but a lot of you also really need to hear it.
I believe that a good woman will care more about what is in your head than what is on top of your head. I totally agree with this post but the problem many men have, is that because of their hair loss, they lose confidence in themselves. I remember a young actor on one of the morning daily soap TV shows, a long running show in which he played the young man that the married women wanted to seduce. He came to me at the age of 20 telling me because he was losing his juvenile hairline and was developing a maturing hairline, that he was going to be terminated the next season. So he asked me to reinforce his juvenile hairline so he could keep his job as a ‘sex icon’. After the hair grew in, they renewed his contact which was for over $1 million/year. Another actor, came to me for hair loss in the frontal area and I put hair there. In just one surgery he radically changed his look. He landed the big leading man roles. He told me that it was not just his hair, but his self-confidence that changed and the combination of the two is what made his career. Everyone knows him today and he is a well known leading man in some great films. Self-confidence is hard to come by when you are losing your hair and you are early in a career without accomplishments, so the boost of some hair make the world of difference for some men.