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  1. Anonymous says:

    Your hairline matures once you become an adult male. This is normal. It doesn’t mean you are balding. You have a normal man’s hairline. Stop fixating and go live your life because you will never be this young again.

    • Anonymous says:

      see

      This isn’t a „mature hairline“ you are balding. A mature hairline is a cope for Norwood 1/2. It’s going to get worse.

      https://i.imgur.com/ugXCqXx.jpg

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      all of these are baldie copes.

      there is NO way to know if you’re balding from one picture. NO ONE, not even licensed dermatologists, can tell for sure from a single, low-quality picture like in OPs. all of these responses are meant go make their posters feel better about their own balding by projecting. they went bald at 14 because they’re dysgenic and they hope you’re going bald, too.

      you could have male pattern hairloss. you could have a naturally large forehead and high hairline. you could have a maturing hairline (recession which starts and then stops.) you could be losing hair from stress, diet, or some other cause. you could have all of these at once. or none.

      there’s so much more data that we would need to make an informed prediction: what did your hairline look like 6 months ago? how about a year, two years ago? what does your dad’s hairline look like? grandpa? is your diet in order, are you healthy? what’s your stress level like? do you have long hair and if so, do you often wear it tied back? etc, etc.

      if you haven’t noticed any significant changes to your hairline, then the most prudent thing to do is keep an accurate record (pictures) for the next 6 months to a year. if you see recession, you’re balding, not necessarily from male pattern hairloss but most likely. if you are REALLY concerned, go to a dermatologist, they’re the only one you should trust here. not living basedjaks on /fashion/ who shit this board up with constant balding threads. they need a containment board. […]

      >all of these are baldie copes.

      you’re an idiot, dude. you’re calling us bald and then saying that because of that we don’t have any insight about baldness.

      "mature hairline" is the cope because the person thinking that will sit on their hands until they mature into vegeta hairline.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I think that’s just you having a large forehead and a part. Go see a Dermatologist if you want to know for sure and get some blood work done.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yep looks pretty receded, but you are white tho.. 75% of white males become half bald before their 40s.
    Never fall for the ‘mature hairline’ meme. It’s impossible to tell if a hairline is ‘mature’ aka has slowed its recession unless you have documented your hair for years. Its a baldie cope designed to avoid you from taking action about your balding

    • Anonymous says:

      and 85% of southern europeans/med
      people forget to comment that

      blacks and various native ppls are the only people who don’t go bald.
      and that’s only UNMIXED blacks and natives which basically doesn’t exist in the US

    • Anonymous says:

      this is how i started balding though it was around age 24-25. that little area right before the end of your temple by the hairline is clearly receding into what will eventually be a horseshoe pattern or island of hair at the front of hairline. try minoxidil and hop on fin at 25.

      This isn’t a „mature hairline“ you are balding. A mature hairline is a cope for Norwood 1/2. It’s going to get worse.

      all of these are baldie copes.

      there is NO way to know if you’re balding from one picture. NO ONE, not even licensed dermatologists, can tell for sure from a single, low-quality picture like in OPs. all of these responses are meant go make their posters feel better about their own balding by projecting. they went bald at 14 because they’re dysgenic and they hope you’re going bald, too.

      you could have male pattern hairloss. you could have a naturally large forehead and high hairline. you could have a maturing hairline (recession which starts and then stops.) you could be losing hair from stress, diet, or some other cause. you could have all of these at once. or none.

      there’s so much more data that we would need to make an informed prediction: what did your hairline look like 6 months ago? how about a year, two years ago? what does your dad’s hairline look like? grandpa? is your diet in order, are you healthy? what’s your stress level like? do you have long hair and if so, do you often wear it tied back? etc, etc.

      if you haven’t noticed any significant changes to your hairline, then the most prudent thing to do is keep an accurate record (pictures) for the next 6 months to a year. if you see recession, you’re balding, not necessarily from male pattern hairloss but most likely. if you are REALLY concerned, go to a dermatologist, they’re the only one you should trust here. not living basedjaks on /fashion/ who shit this board up with constant balding threads. they need a containment board.

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        • Anonymous says:

          see
          […]

          […]
          >all of these are baldie copes.

          you’re an idiot, dude. you’re calling us bald and then saying that because of that we don’t have any insight about baldness.

          "mature hairline" is the cope because the person thinking that will sit on their hands until they mature into vegeta hairline.

          >you’re an idiot, dude. you’re calling us bald and then saying that because of that we don’t have any insight about baldness

          no, i’m saying you don’t have any insight about baldness because you’re diagnosing people with baldness based on one picture which is impossible. this board will ALWAYS lean "balding" even when it’s implausible or impossible to tell because it makes dysgenic baldies feel better. literal cope.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m from country with the highest male baldness. Every male in our family is hecking bald. Often woman too.

        But I have shit ton of hair compared to them, so we’ll see.

  4. Anonymous says:

    anon, you’re european. that is clearly a saxon phenotype. you won’t loose your hair if you haven’t lost it by 25.
    stop pulling on your hair so hard, stress less and hecking chill.

  5. Anonymous says:

    this is how i started balding though it was around age 24-25. that little area right before the end of your temple by the hairline is clearly receding into what will eventually be a horseshoe pattern or island of hair at the front of hairline. try minoxidil and hop on fin at 25.

  6. Anonymous says:

    i thought i was balding until i looked at a picture of myself when i was five years old, and then i realized that my hairline is just naturally hecked like that. you might not be balding at all, you might just be built like that
    >t. similar hairline to OP

  7. Anonymous says:

    I have a very similarly ethnicity to you anon, same hair color, large round forehead, long hair, white skin, dominant brown ridge.

    I can tell you everyone in my family with my hair and my features hasn’t lost their hair. I’ve asked a dermatologist (who I originally went to because of a different problem) to take a look and he said I wasn’t losing my hair and probably wouldn’t with my family history if not for really bad luck with my mom’s genes, which would probably already show.

    That’s all I can tell you, man. You’re not me, but genetics are real. We’re probably more related than everyone on fa right now, which doesn’t mean much, but if we’re already pulling shit out of our asses then this is at least irl experience.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ve had a similar hairline for many years, hasn’t receded at all. Which is good, but it’s "mature" enough that it looks like i’m balding if i dont cover it with bangs which sucks. All the talk of fin and whatever makes me wonder, could they possibly add hair to that triangular region and make my hairline more straight?

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