I’m 26 and I was curious about the shape of my hairline. On my left side, there is a noticeable gap, whereas on my right it’s pretty much a stark “V” line (or what *would* be a “V” if the other side were consistent). The corners are a bit above an average mature hairline but, in that sense, I don’t find it too noticeable (I’ve seen people my age that are in worse shape in that regard).
I suspect this has to do with my fathers’ side. Looking at them now, i notice that both my old man and my uncle (both in their 50’s) have a similar shape. Aside from their prominent foreheads, my uncle seems to be pretty thick everywhere else, while my dad is only now starting to get thinner. Frankly, I can make peace either way. What would concern me, though, is ending up like my grandfather (their father) who was an early NW3 (by his early 30’s, looking at old pictures).
Does any of this info indicate at all a specific direction in which I would be headed?
Perhaps your question may be better suited at a fortune tellers shop.
Most men and women are not made perfectly symmetrical. Some have mismatching arm or leg length, crooked nose, odd shaped hair lines, etc.
You also cannot predict how your hair will turn out based on your family tree.
Just because one’s mother, father, or grand parents were smart and had graduate degrees and succeeded in life does not mean one will follow in their foot steps.
As you say, make peace!