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    Default I don't like my hairline

    It's been bugging me for a while now. Straight on it's a slight 'm' shape, but more or less straight. If I pull my hair back and look at it top down, it's a 'v shape. I don't like it at all. I get conscious of it and never comb my hair over to the side because I don't like how the corners of my hairline is pointed.

    The thing is though, I have no thinning whatsoever.

    Is the way am thinking bad? Is a 'v' shape with no thinning, i.e. a mature hairline, and not a cause for concern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by henrysickle View Post
    It's been bugging me for a while now. Straight on it's a slight 'm' shape, but more or less straight. If I pull my hair back and look at it top down, it's a 'v shape. I don't like it at all. I get conscious of it and never comb my hair over to the side because I don't like how the corners of my hairline is pointed.

    The thing is though, I have no thinning whatsoever.

    Is the way am thinking bad? Is a 'v' shape with no thinning, i.e. a mature hairline, and not a cause for concern?
    It seems like a mature hairline if your not thinning. You should try to see a hair specialist just to be sure Do you have some pictures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by henrysickle View Post
    Is the way am thinking bad? Is a 'v' shape with no thinning, i.e. a mature hairline, and not a cause for concern?
    It is completely natural and normal for most males to lose their temple hair and develop an adult mature male hair line. This is especially true for caucasion males. If you have no thinning anywhere else, this is most likely what is happening.

    You can keep an eye on it my taking good quality photos of your scalp every six months. Make sure those photos are of your vertex and mid-anterior. The hair line is not a good indicator of MPB. You can also keep a record of the distance between the center of your brow line and the center of your hair line every six months. This way you will be able to detect MPB early if it does start.

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    I would just keep and eye on it. It doesn't sound like anything more than a mature hairline. It you see things changing go get it checked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henrysickle View Post
    It's been bugging me for a while now. Straight on it's a slight 'm' shape, but more or less straight. If I pull my hair back and look at it top down, it's a 'v shape. I don't like it at all. I get conscious of it and never comb my hair over to the side because I don't like how the corners of my hairline is pointed.

    The thing is though, I have no thinning whatsoever.

    Is the way am thinking bad? Is a 'v' shape with no thinning, i.e. a mature hairline, and not a cause for concern?
    My hairline is the same now.

    I hate it too, looks so ****ing odd.

    Take it that your hair is like that:



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