View Full Version : How has a hair transplant affected your dating life?

06-18-2012, 10:43 AM
I am a 43-year-old single man with an active and sometimes inactive dating life who wonders just how much my receding hair life has affected my dating life.

I was a Norwood 4 before my FUT operation on April 23, so it really wasn't affecting my confidence because I always had some hair on the top and I've always had a very outgoing personality.

But I was getting worried that I would continue balding and lose it all.

And there are always some girls who finds me attractive but there are many that don't and I'm wondering how much that has to do with my hairline.

Nobody has ever come out and told me they find me unattractive because of my hair.

Part of me would like to think that once the hair fully grows out, my life will be completely transformed and all the hot girls that rejected me before will suddenly find me attractive.

But I'm not that naive.

Does anyone have any personal stories as to how their hair transplant affected their dating life?

06-18-2012, 10:53 AM

I have found by listening to countless men as well as my own experiences that women are attracted to men who have the right type of confidence about themselves. Not pride, but a confident humility.

Hair is just a plus! :cool:

06-18-2012, 10:57 AM
Confidence is overrated if you are not physically attractive.

Women like to say that because they don't want to come across as shallow but they are just as shallow as men are when it comes to looks.

Granted, if you're physically attractive and have no confidence, you will appear unattractive.

And if you are physically attractive and have confidence, you will be able to strike up conversations with women in public places.

But that doesn't necessarily mean you will get laid.

06-18-2012, 11:01 AM

There's more to women than getting laid and any women worth dating can see through that in a nano second.:rolleyes:

06-18-2012, 11:03 AM
Getting laid is what cements a relationship.

06-19-2012, 11:20 AM
Getting laid is what cements a relationship.

Amen to that ;)