Hairline Designs For Men and Women

Hairline Designs For Men and Women

The most important aspect of hair restoration can be debated and can have multiple correct answers, but for the majority, their main concern is the placement and design of the hairline.

A hairline frames the face, creates a more youthful appearance; the facial bone structure has to be taken into account, as well as understanding the face is not identically symmetrical, with one side being slightly different to the other, and the hairline not always be the same height from one side to the other.

A male hairline resembles the letter “M”, the apex being the lowest point at the centre of the face, moving up into the temple point or recession, before moving back down to the sides, or lateral. A female hairline is the opposite with the apex being highest point and the temples rounding down; placing a female hairline on a man would result in a totally unnatural design.

Regardless whether hair restoration is carried out using surgical or a non-surgical technique these principles are no different. The design must be in proportion to nature; it is possible to create a different hairline design to the original but it must still follow certain natural basic laws to look natural.

It should be remembered that as tempting as it may be, especially when younger, to create a low flat hairline is not always the best idea. Especially with surgical hair restoration when the hairline is permanently fixed the look may not be appropriate later in life.

A successful, natural hairline design does not draw any attention, that is the artistic ability that is required; a wrongly positioned or designed hairline will draw attention, and for all the wrong reasons.

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