Would You Try Wearing Latex Hair to Hide Hair Loss?

Posted by Sarah

In this article: Hair Loss | Male Hair Loss

When it comes to dealing with hair loss there are a number of options, but we admit, we haven't seen anything quite like the latest solution from Paris.

During the Spring/Summer 2019 Men's Fashion Week, top avant garde designer Rei Kawakubo showed her lauded Comme des Garcons Homme Plus collection on models wearing latex hair.

Sculpted into a range of different classic men's hairstyles, these static headpieces provided an unusual, Max Headroom-esque way to cover thinning hair.

More discreet options

Whilst it would certainly ensure you never had a hair out of place, this new catwalk hair trend is not everyone's cup of tea - and there are definitely more discreet ways of handling Male Pattern Baldness.

There is the obvious choice of shaving your head, something which suits many men who are comfortable with a bald look, but that others may feel less agreeable. Then there are ways of hiding thinning areas, from wearing wigs or hairpieces, to using hair loss concealer products. These can vary from microfibres - something rumoured to be used by Wayne Rooney - to 'hair in a can' coloured sprays.

Though these cosmetic hair loss solutions may provide the temporary illusion of thicker hair, they will not treat the issue at hand. So, given Male Pattern Baldness is a permanent, progressive condition, it is likely these will not be convincing after a certain point. Continues below...

CDG Latex Hair SS19

There are clinically-proven, MHRA licensed and FDA approved topical and oral treatment options, as well as a range of key hair growth supporting products available to help men with this genetic condition stabilise their shedding, promote regrowth and assist with preventing baldness on an on-going basis. All without anyone needing to know.

Keeping it quiet

Many Belgravia patients tell us that they didn't tell their friends, family or even their partner, when they started using hair loss treatment. This is usually because either they weren't sure it was going to work and didn't want to appear gullible if they didn't see results, or simply because they didn't feel it was anyone else's business. However, as they started noticing results, so too did their circle, often prompting unsolicited comments about how good their hair was looking, followed by questions about what they were doing.

UFC athlete Darren Stewart, whose testimonial video you can watch below, was so happy with his hair growth that he posted about it to his Instagram account. He says the reaction he got was incredible, with many people asking what he was using, or just wanting to know if it was actually true.

As he explains, "No one knew I did it, I kept it very, very quiet. People thought it was a joke.  I said, "No, look at it, it says 'Mr Stewart', I wouldn't lie to you"... people don't believe me because I kept it quiet."

"If you don't believe me check my fight photos, because when I fight - when I do my martial arts - when the lights are shining and you've got no hair, it's glistening. But now it's not shining no more!"

Copy of New Street Ground Floor Reception 1 no pink nail polish

The Belgravia Centre

The Belgravia Centre is a world-renowned group of a hair loss clinic in Central London, UK. If you are worried about hair loss you can arrange a free consultation with a hair loss expert or complete our Online Consultation from anywhere in the world for home-use treatment.

View our Hair Loss Success Stories, which includes the world's largest gallery of hair growth photos and demonstrates the level of success that so many of Belgravia's patients achieve.

Posted by Sarah

In this article: Hair Loss | Male Hair Loss

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