Hair is the best accessory for men, but it’s also the most difficult to control, according to a new report from Australia’s ACCC.
It’s no surprise that many men choose to keep their hair short or grow it out, which leads to a range of issues.
“Men are often hesitant to grow their hair out and it’s an issue that we’re hearing more about across the world,” ACCC commissioner Paul Schulz told Business Insider.
Schulz also said there were more than 20 million men aged between 30 and 49 in Australia who were considering getting hair transplants.
“I think it’s really important for men to know that they can choose to grow it back out if they don’t want to,” he said.
Schultz said men should look at how they feel before deciding on a hair transplant.
“There are a number of factors that men can consider, including how they’ve dealt with their hair and whether or not they are currently using a hair product,” he added.
Men can choose from a variety of options, ranging from hair treatments to laser treatments.
Schutz said hair transplantation is currently a topic that’s important for both men and women, especially if the recipient is a woman.
“We also hear from men who are concerned about their weight loss and that’s something that needs to be looked at, too,” he noted.
Hair transplant options Men and women can choose between a variety to choose from.
According to the Australian Hair and Makeup Association, men tend to prefer hair transplanted into the scalp, while women tend to opt for the hair in the back of the head, with the hair transplant located on the forehead.
Hair grafts are also available in the form of a small gel and gel-based gel, which are similar to gel implants.
Hair transplants are available for men and for women.
Schüssl said there are also several types of hair transplant options available for both genders.
“The most common types of graft are keratin grafts,” he explained.
“They’re made of keratin and they’re designed to connect the follicle to the rest of the skin and to make the skin more supple and less susceptible to breakage.”
The gel gel option is the most popular for men.
Hair is also available as a gel and hair gel option, which can be made from gel and/or hair.
Men also tend to use gel grafts for their hair, but the gel graft can be difficult to get the job done.
“If you’re looking for a gel, gel gel is probably the most common one,” Schüssel said.
“But gel grafting also works for hair, it just doesn’t work so well for men.”
What about the benefits?
Hair grafting is one of the most effective options for hair loss, according Schulz.
“This is really an important part of the solution for men,” he pointed out.
“It’s a form of hair loss surgery that will help reduce the chances of hair follicles developing into tumors and other problems.
It can also make hair thicker, which will improve its elasticity and also improve its healing ability.”
The downside of hair transplanting is that it’s not as easy to maintain as hair transplant, which means it’s less convenient and less affordable.
However, Schulz said it’s worth it for some people.
“In terms of the cost of the procedure, the most expensive part of hair grafting for men is actually the surgery itself,” he told Business Insiders.
“So, if you’ve got hair that’s not naturally straight, then you’ll want to look at whether you’re willing to pay for that surgery and the cost associated with it.”
Schulz suggested hair transplans are a good option for men with thinning hair.
“A lot of men who lose hair have thinning or thick hair,” he continued.
“That’s a huge problem in Australia, so if you have thin hair and want to have the most bang for your buck, then hair transplant is definitely a good thing.”