We know that our appearance impacts our personal, social and professional lives. We also know that how we feel influences how we look and vice versa — a phenomena called beauty self-esteem. Although we’d like to believe “what is inside counts most,” scientific evidence, as well as common sense, tells us that an appealing appearance, good health and hygiene positively impacts our lives.

As cliche goes, “your hair is your crown and glory” no matter the gender. The hair, after all, is your beat accessory. And for men, a well-kept, thick head of hair brings added good looks to an already good face. To certain extent adds to the self-esteem and confidence, adds character to your persona


Hair is a tough protein called KERATIN. Hair on all over body particularly head is a first line of defence against the dangerous UV rays, as well as debris. As it covers the head it protects the head from excessive heat by allowing circulation of air around the scalp and shutting out ambient heat. It also helps in maintain bodies temperature by not allowing the body heat to dissipate.

It can retain heavy chemicals like mercury and arsenic ten times more than blood and urine, so it can be used to detect their concentration in body.



Decrease in strength, flexibility, height, cognition and acuity are signs of aging. Hair loss, thinning and greying are natural consequences for most aging people, 70% men show significant hair loss till the age of 60 yrs. But with current lifestyle and stress in young people we are noticing the hair fall thinning starting as low as 20 yrs of age and advanced balding in as low as 25 yrs of age, which make them look much older than their age and loss of self-esteem, which ultimately affects their self-confidence. The thing about confidence though, is that it’s a matter of being comfortable within our own bodies. Whilst some people get along quite fine without a full head of hair others are so worried about hair loss that it invariably affects their confidence. If your confidence and self-esteem are suffering as a result of hair loss, there is no better way to make you feel better than by dealing with the root of the problem.

This loss in self-esteem and self-confidence may affect their personal and professional life.

As posted in international society of hair restoration surgery website,62% of balding men experienced a loss of self-esteem. (http://www.ishrs.org/article/why-men-are-balding-younger-age).

The bigger the muscles and the thicker the hair means that a man is super charged with male hormone, which symbolises the MUSCULANITY. So men showing signs of hair loss, it creates a perception that man is loosing a part of maleness


Hair frames the face, the feature considered most important in terms of first impressions. Faces generally are viewed as playing a greater role than bodies when it comes to attraction between people. Following a person’s smile, eyes and skin, their hair is often the next feature people notice on first encounters. It is among the top three features — along with height and weight — used when describing others and one of the feature most often recalled after a social interaction occurs.

Beauty or aesthetics is all about proportions; the more the matches to certain ideal proportions accepted in that particular society or ethnicity more handsome, attractive you look. Any deviation from this ideal proportion will make you look different, unattractive, unpleasing.

With hair loss and receding hair line the proportion of the face in vertical direction is lost as shown in picture, and you look unpleasant. The aim of all cosmetic surgeries are to get back these proportion, including hair restoration, medical or surgical. Picture with vertical 1/3 proportion and balding guy with loss of proportion

The most valuable asset of a man with a full head of hair is confidence, according to Samantha Brett. The Sydney Morning Herald writer and author of “Confidence Equals Sex Appeal”, attracting the opposite sex is all about confidence.