"People don't notice it, which is what I find interesting."
MALE VOICE: My hairline moved back slowly over the years. It didn’t jump out at me. But I didn’t note the back of my head. Most men when they are shaving in the morning they are not looking at the back of their head. They are looking at the front of their face. And it’s only when my head got sunburned that I realized that something was amiss.
That’s when I took note and made the decision that is not how I wanted to be. It didn’t seem that it was something that I wanted to live with. And it wasn’t something that I wanted that I chose to live with.
People do different things. So when they are losing their hair they shave their whole head. They think that’s a better look. I can’t argue with that. It wasn’t a look I wanted to proceed with. I like to have hair.
People don’t notice it, which is what I find interesting. I guess if I was totally bald and suddenly had a full head of hair, somebody would notice it. But no one makes a comment to me or offers the question, have you had anything done to your hair.
It’s just not noticed. It’s not something that enters into conversation unless someone has seen the commercial or someone is aware through whatever means that I’ve had it done. In which case they will ask me the question and then we get into the discussion. And again, the moment that question is asked, they immediately look up at my hair.
I looked into those different programs. And very simply I didn’t want the name per se of the program doing my hair. I wanted the name of the person whose name was on the program’s door doing my hair, which is how I wound up with Robert True. Never had a doubt in his ability. Researched different processes, very happy with his. And proceeded to have the program initiated under his auspices.