Studies into baldness suggest that it occurs when affected hair follicles on the scalp gradually become smaller than normal.Male hormone are thought to be involved in these changes, though some women - mainly after menopause - can also lose their hair.Hair is made in hair follicles which are like tiny pouches just under the skin surface.A hair normally grows from each follicle for about three years.However, the dying and surviving cells activated nearby stem cells and hair began to grow again.Although the study was carried out on mice, the researchers believe their discovery may enable the development of new treatments for baldness in humans.
Men tend to think that all women go for Chris Hemsworth’s god-like build and leonine mane of hair, when women may be far more likely to scream for Joseph Gordon Levitt’s more wiry frame, Chiwetel Ejiofor’s gap-tooth smile or Matt Smith’s unique fivehead.
however, is about more than facial symmetry and height.
It’s about how a man presents himself – the way he talks, the way he dresses and his attitude…
The issue comes down to the differences between how men and women define “attractiveness”.
A person who is blessed with good looks will frequently have a leg up in the world.