Men Hair Line Design
The distance between the tip of the nose and the bottom of the chin should be about the same as the hairline to the point between the eyebrows. For most men, this distance is 7-8 cm. creating a hairline design at the midline of the forehead is what restores the proportions of a good-looking man’s face.
Planning graft placement in a patient with male pattern hair loss VI – Left: Creation of a mature Caucasian men hair line design with slightly receding corners – Right: The final position of the hairline with micro-irregularities and planning of density distribution based on priorities.
For men hair line design sometimes we may deviate from this rule because we have limitations in the patient’s donor hair, such as fine hair and low density. Whenever it is possible to restore this with an appropriate number of hairs, this rule helps patients achieve the most pleasing aesthetic result. If the patient’s hair is fine or the density of the donor’s hair is suboptimal, especially in patients who belong to the advanced classes of hair loss, we may decide to raise the hairline even more in the front and at the corners. This kind of men’s hair line designs works perfectly for people with hair shortages. A crown area that is thinner than normal goes hand in hand with a hairline that looks recessed from its youthful position.
A successful hairline designs for guys involves many steps, including:
- Establishing the midline to achieve a relatively balanced hairline
- Establishing the proportions of the face based on the rule of thirds
- Adjusting the front and corners accordingly
- Adding micro-irregularities, as a natural hairline always does
- Establishing priorities and strategic planning of hair density in different areas