A man who struggled with hair loss is trying to give confidence to others in the same situation after finding a ‘cure’ for baldness.
29-year-old Callum Morris installed a hair system in 2015 when she noticed her hair was thinning. He currently serves clients at his clinic, King Of Kwiffs.
Hair system is the name for hairpieces made using human or synthetic hair that are glued to the scalp and stay in place, making it a non-surgical option for people suffering from male pattern baldness or alopecia. increase.
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About 6.5 million men in the UK suffer from male pattern baldness, and the NHS says hair loss can affect mental health.
“Our clients come in feeling anxious, even though they have already been consulted, but leave feeling like a different person with a massive injection of new confidence,” explains Morris. increase.
One of Morris’ customers, 38-year-old Nathan, said the hair system “changed his life” after suffering with hair loss for 20 years.
“I’ve had hair loss since I was 18,” he explains. “Over the years, precious hair was falling from my head. With the few strands I left behind, I made your hair look thicker and hide bald patches, called ‘hair fibers.’ I used a thing
“But this wasn’t sustainable. It didn’t solve the hairline problem. I couldn’t get my hair wet. Also, when I bumped my head against something, it left a trail of fibers falling off.” .”
He said he decided to go for the hair system instead after watching a video online and “felt like a new man” when it was put on.
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“I looked younger and my confidence skyrocketed. Friends and family were thrilled with the results and the compliments were endless,” he said.
“My wife noticed a huge difference in my own confidence and soon got so used to me being so full of hair that we forgot it was a hair system. rice field.”
Morris said he has seen some emotional reactions from clients who have seen the results. All sorts of solutions were used to hide the hair loss, such as wearing hats.
“Sadly for this client, he’s been battling anxiety and depression for quite some time. Losing his hair put additional pressure on him, especially from a young age.”
“I was in tears,” says Morris when she showed her client’s new hair.
“He was overjoyed with the results. An experience I will never forget! It brought tears to my own eyes too!” he adds.
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King of Kwiffs has clinics in Manchester and Essex and prices for hair systems range from £175 to £500.
“People’s external perception of hair systems is mostly focused on vanity, but for me it goes way beyond this point. There are many reasons for hair systems,” Morris said. increase.
“We try to accommodate all individuals, regardless of their circumstances. People lose their hair for various reasons and people tend to forget about it. We are very proud to be able to offer a service that makes a difference.”
Additional reporting by Caters.
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