Surprisingly, wives who have husbands with thinning hair are big fans of scalp micropigmentation, also known as SMP. I've been contacted by several women who've told me their spouses would be prime candidates for SMP. Girlfriends have also volunteered their partners for the treatment, many times without the guys even knowing. Read below to find out why it was so surprising.
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Why do I say that it was surprising?
From what I've heard, women actually don't like when men get too comfortable after being in a long-term relationship. Men are known for "letting themselves go." The truth is we don't have to become bald and grumpy old men with beer bellies. We can watch what we eat, exercise, and live healthy lifestyles to avoid the beer belly. Being healthier will also help our mental health, so we're not as grumpy. And SMP will take care of that bald head, no problem— not to mention half of the grumpiness. In contrast, women are expected to wear makeup and look their best 24/7. Double-standard, anyone?
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I think it's great when women want their husbands to look as youthful as they did when they first met. Isn't that when the attraction chemistry happened? Of course, love grows for many more reasons than just looks, but looks play a big role in sexual attraction. Balding and thinning hair wreaks havoc on your looks, most of the time adding five to ten years to your age. Call this post superficial, but I believe in living your best life because it's the only one you'll ever have.
As a side note, I reached out to Bustle requesting they add SMP as the 12th thing No One Tells You About Long-Term Relationships That You Need To Know.
Scalp micropigmentation is an investment that pays immeasurable dividends. You can't put a price on happiness or confidence, so why not pay for a non-invasive, non surgical, and kick-ass treatment that will provide a return on investment even better than buying Bitcoin in 2010 and selling in 2017?