Face it, life isn't easy for the world's most famous hair loss men and women.
Constantly being in the spotlight can have big disadvantages: as the years go by, some people love to examine, scrutinize and often pick holes in their personalities, behavior or physical appearance.
Personally, I think it's all a bit sad really.
So you might be wondering why I wrote this ebook!
Well, the answer is certainly not to tease or make fun of anyone afflicted with hair loss. Having suffered (really suffered!) this condition myself, I know all too well that it can cause a whole lot of frustration, misery and even depression.
And, perhaps understandably, that might be especially true for many well known hair loss men and women out there.
That's because, for
many celebrities, their success largely depends upon their appearance.
So, if they're losing hair fast, any aged or weathered look it brings
could quite easily affect their popularity and even employability.
The reasons why I wrote "The World Famous Hair Loss ebook", and why I think you should read it, are:
If you've read most of this website already, then you should know by
now that there’s a big connection between skull shape
and hair loss (androgenetic alopecia).
(And if you didn’t know that, please read this page).
And it's the growth of certain skull bones (skull expansion) that causes the hair loss process to begin.
Not only that, but skull expansion also explains how the various patterns of hair loss develop.
So, since many famous celebrities are almost constantly in the spotlight (and are likely to remain there for years to come) they're an obvious choice for showing you exactly how and why such patterns of hair loss are likely to emerge in these people as time goes by.
And by accurately predicting these patterns of future hair loss, this should further support (and hopefully convince) anyone who is in any doubt about bone growth causing hair loss.
Learn six skull shape
characteristics that can help you predict how future hair loss might develop for you or people you know, meet or see. Obviously this can include friends, family, etc. But, it could also include anyone at all - even total strangers on a train (try not stare though!)
These skull shape characteristics can help determine:
There's a fascinating link between hair loss and lookalikes.
Such lookalikes can quite obviously be related (including identical twins and family trends) but could instead be completely unrelated.
Read chapter 4 in the ebook and you'll see what I mean.
This ebook focuses on famous hair loss men rather than women.
That's because hair loss is a lot more socially acceptable for men than it is for women. And so, famous women are more likely to try and hide their hair loss. This, of course, makes it much easier to spot and confirm hair loss in men than in women.
Also, far more men develop this type of hair loss than women, and those women who do, usually experience it to a much lesser extent. So, again, this means that it’s much easier to find and study hair loss in men rather than women.
Basically then, there's a lot more famous men with hair loss than famous women. And their hair loss is much more obvious due to its severity (e.g., rapid hair loss which quickly develops into areas of total baldness such as receding hairlines or bald patches at the back).
"The World Famous Hair Loss ebook" has over 50 photos of movie stars, sports stars and other famous faces to help explain exactly how skull expansion causes hair loss in some people, whilst others remain free from hair loss for life.
This ebook is completely free to download when you buy "Here
Today, Hair Tomorrow".
"Here Today, Hair Tomorrow" is the ebook that explains exactly how to stop hair loss and restore healthy hair regrowth by using special natural techniques based on the true cause of the condition - skull expansion.
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