Where acceptance is all there is
my friend ordered expensive drugs that quickly restore hair, but he apparently came across a fake. They caused a terrible allergic reaction. It is good that he insured his health www.memedicare.com , and he was helped to overcome this trouble. Be careful and take care of yourself.
I guess this is idea is realistic, although first I would try to change the situation/mask the spots by special haircut. Just saw the picture of some woman here who made herself a stunning hair style. I hope there are places somewhere that can offer something for men, too.
I loved what SwetNutella was saying. This makes sense if you try to take the focus away from problematic zones. Recently I was browsing for men's haircuts for my husband and read about high fade https://menshaircuts.com/high-fade-haircut/. So I think that for the time being it might be a solution. Also there are other variants of cuts if you like your hair longer/shorter.
There is a company that is very reputable called Hair Direct. They are located in PA. They have hair systems that really work well for men and once you can establish size and hair density etc they can make this up for you when you need them. They also have the products you will need to maintain a human hair piece. Highly recommend them. As far as lashes, pick up the Adrell #109 at CVS and in all seriousness go to a Mac Makeup counter and ask them to help you apply them. You may need to cut them shorter because for the most part men have shorter lashes but they are very natural. Lastly, which I do not have as much experience with are brows. You might want to meet with a permanent makeup artist that can tattoo them on for you. You need to find someone good in your area and has experience with men and alopecia. You need to have your brows look as natural as possible, not to dark, not to large etc.... They will draw them on before they begin.
I get what you are going through and am hopeful my response brings you some peace.
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Again, Go away. If you can't help these people you should not participate in their forum.