I started dealing with hair loss at a young age around 16 or 17 years old. I come from a family with very bad hair genetics. I got support from my family and everything saying it doesn’t look that bad, but I knew it looked bad. I made the decided to do something about it.
You realize how bad it gets so quickly then when you have it changed, it’s like wow, I should have done this a long time ago. I embraced it publicly. I only told a hand full of people what I was going to have done. I didn’t want to go at lunch time and return with a full head of hair. It got so bad that I would get off the stage, put my hat on and chill out at the bar. I wouldn’t talk to anyone. Now I am more confident and willing to get in front of the cameras that are taking shots. I am more active, before having a hair replacement, I wasn’t.