I don’s not worry if I go bald, says a man who says he has been shaved all over his head by the head moustache.
Speaking on NDTV, the 58-year-old said: “I am not worried about my hair growing back, I think that’s not important, the rest of the body is fine.”
He is not alone in his fear that his head could grow back in the near future.
The balding trend is also being reported by other people who have gone through the procedure.
The head mache is a common practice among men who shave their heads to give their appearance a more masculine appearance.
However, some women and men say that their head hair does not grow back.
“I feel very sorry for my head.
It has been my life since I was young,” said Sangeeta Rangan, from Mumbai.
Rangan said she had gone through five or six procedures to have her head shaved.
She was shocked when she found out she had no hair left.
“It’s like, I don,t care if my head is shaved.
I have my head all right, I am good with that,” she said.
“I have no complaints, it’s all fine.”
According to a study conducted by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, the majority of men and women have hair growing in the temples, the scalp, and the face.
According to the study, the hair is usually gone by the age of 25, and hair loss is associated with a wide range of medical conditions.