View Full Version : Long curly hair here: mature hairline or MBP hairline? (Pics)

02-14-2015, 07:48 AM
I am 25 years old, I have mid-back wavy/curly hair, have been wearing long hair for almost 5 years now. Looking at my pictures back when I was 19-20, I can tell that I had a pseudo v-shaped mature hairline. Only almost a year ago when I started to notice it again as I part my hair in the middle which covers any receding so I do not know if I lost my temple area hair during this whole period! My curls are thin but that's related to long hair issues as I do not trim and usually condition/oil a lot to have more defined curls, if not, I would have TONS of frizzy hair and I don't like that look.

The first 2 pictures were taken now, the full back one was taken a year ago (my hair is longer now), the last one was when I was 20 and is the day I decided to grow my hair so you can see the difference. What do you think? Am I NW2? Is this a mature hairline? Should I start worrying? My crown area doesn't show any sign of thinning. My shedding is completely normal (and low sometimes) for a long haired person, you're supposed to lose 50 to 100 hair/day, I rarely find hair on pillows and stuff since I have curly hair so I only lose hair in the shower when combing, if I wash my hair and comb it once a week, I'd lose like 450-500.

Note: No one in my small and big family has any receding hair in general (mother's father had a head full of hair until he died in his 70s), only my father has some kind of NW (small-to-mid patch in the crown) and recession in the front but he's already in his 60s. Big brother has completely normal head of hair, he's 29.





02-15-2015, 12:47 PM

05-26-2015, 03:45 AM
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