Not sure where to post this so I started a new thread. I hope that is the way to go...if not I do apologize.
When I ran across this tidbit/article/gossip my first thought was #no# i luv his hair....but then again if the tidbit is true I am sure my sentiments could not be any louder than Owen's
Oh dear, the thought of it....#faint#
I sure hope it's not true....Bless his heart as if his personal life is not in the media enuf, now he has an alleged hair dilemma .... If true maybe he could team up with Jennifer's hairdresser because if the news reports about her are actually true she spent $50,000.00 plus dollars on her hair for the Marley promos...Go figure....
The tidbit/article is below....
OWEN WILSON IS FREAKING OUT -- HE'S REPORTEDLY LOSING HIS HAIR, AND IS AFRAID HE'LL HAVE NO FUTURE AS A LEADING MAN -- HE'S CONCEALED IT BY WEARING HIS HAIR IN LONG BANGS, BUT WHEN THE WIND BLOWS, YOU CAN SEE HOW SEVERELY HIS HAIRLINE HAS RECEDED -- OWEN BLAMES IT ON YEARS OF BLEACHING & HIGHLIGHTS -- SO THE FIRST CHANCE HE GETS, HE'S GOING IN FOR HAIR PLUGS --
******************* The signature tag on the above tidbit/article/gossip appears to be a New York Radio Station
Post by tinalouise on Apr 18, 2009 22:24:59 GMT -5
Some men look great with receding hairlines. I never thought he wore his hair combed forward to conceal anything, it just frames his face much better. I do wonder though, if he has gone grey yet. Maybe that is the reason for the highlights?
I'm not sure if Owen's hairline is receding or if he just naturally has a big forehead. Years ago before he wore the bangs, he used to comb his hair pretty much straight back, and you could see then that his hairline was either receding or naturally placed far back on his head.
I like the bangs, and I think he looks really good with them. They make him look younger although there's nothing wrong with him looking older either.
It wouldn't be surprising that he might be sprouting some grays. A lot of people have already begun to turn gray by the time they reach 40. I don't think he has any reason to feel bad about turning gray. For a lot of women - including me - turning gray is a turn-on. Think Sean Connery and George Clooney.
If it makes him feel better to add hair to his head, that's cool. Maybe he could give his hair roots a rest from the coloring by losing some of the brassyness and gradually returning to his natural hair color.
Edited to add: If bleaching and highlighting causes hairline recession, wouldn't it also cause hair loss generally all over the head? I don't see evidence of Owen's hair thinning all over - but I don't get to see Owen up close. (Sniff!)
Last Edit: Jul 7, 2009 21:39:44 GMT -5 by texasgal