Can Thinning Hair Affect Your Chances of Getting a Date?
Thinning hair is often a factor for guys who find themselves dateless this Valentine’s Day.
Can Thinning Hair Affect Your Chances of Getting a Date This Valentine’s Day?
Valentine’s Day is once again upon us. Those in relationships are becoming anxious about booking restaurants and buying the perfect gifts whilst single folk start to resent the overabundance of pink and red heart shaped everything.
For some singletons, Valentine’s Day is a reminder that they haven’t been proactive in their search for The One and last minute set ups and internet dates are sought. Matt is such a searching singleton, but he has a problem, “About a year ago, I started to notice I was thinning a bit on top. It seemed to happen quite quickly and really knocked my confidence with women, so I just stopped dating. It wasn’t a conscious decision; really, I just don’t feel like I have the confidence to pick up girls anymore.”
After setting up an online dating profile, Matt was dismayed by the lack of hits he received and considered shutting it down before a female friend made the throwaway comment Matt had been dreading, “It’s probably because you put a picture of a balding bloke up”. Ouch. But Matt decided to put his friend’s theory to the test and upload a new picture sans scalp. It worked.
“The first day with the new picture, I got two requests. I’ve had quite a few since but I’m too scared to meet in person because these girls didn’t click on my profile when they could see that I was losing my hair…”
With Valentine’s Day coming up, Matt decided he had to bite the bullet and go on a date with one of his matches from the dating site. There was only one problem, he couldn’t just Photoshop his balding patches out in real life, or so he thought. Enter: Nut Job.
“It instantly covered any spots where my scalp was showing through. I just kept staring at myself in the mirror; I couldn’t believe how natural it looked!”
Armed with his newfound youthful head of hair, Matt is ready to take the plunge back into the dating world.
“I just wish I had found this stuff earlier, I feel like I’ve wasted so much time not putting myself out there because of something I could have fixed so easily and cheaply.”
Eight week supply is $39 and is available online at www.NutJob.com.au
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