Guys, do you think it’s inevitable that you’ll go bald (or already are) or that you’ll keep your thick, shining locks forever?
A new study found that when a guy’s hair starts to thin out, he won’t admit it for an average of two-and-a-half years.
And close to 1 in 10 are in denial for a DECADE or more. Here are four more quick stats:
1. The average guy who loses his hair starts thinning out at age 29. And 1 in 14 said they noticed it start to happen before their 21st birthday.
2. 73% said they’ve had someone TELL them they’re in denial about going bald. And most of those comments come from wives and girlfriends.
3. Only 36% of guys who’ve lost some hair admit it upset them. 31% said it was annoying. And 22% said it made them angry.
4. If you DID start losing your hair, how would you deal with it? Shaving your head was the #1 answer, followed by wearing more hats, and dying it to look thicker.