Originally Posted by VictimOfDHT
What are you talking about "30,000" hairs? The area that's bald -in most men- are bigger than the area that remain covered with hair. If the average person has 100,000, there's no way the bald area only has 30,000 hairs. They say there are at least 700-1000 hairs in a square inch. So, 30,000 (hairs) = 5.5 square inches @ 1000 hairs/s i. The typical bald head has way more than 5.5 s.i bald area.
typically 30-45000 hairs achieves the look of a full head of hair (with about 50-60,000 being a real full head of hair, and im not talking about the other 40,000 hairs everyone has in the horse shoe as well)
(bare in mind most people don't even notice their hair has even thinned until they have lost 25-50% of hair)