Bye-bye combover: Men becoming less sheepish about hair transplants

There is nothing objectively embarrassing about a hair transplant.
There is nothing objectively embarrassing about a hair transplant.PHOTO: ISTOCKPHOTO

NEW YORK (NYTIMES) - Joining the pandemic boom in cosmetic tune-ups, many follicularly challenged men have used their time away from the office to embark on a fresh new look of their own - a hair transplant.

To some, a recarpeted scalp is a way of turning back the clock to a glorious youth. To others, it is a business move, a way to burnish their image so as to rearm themselves for a return to the corporate trenches. But to many, it's… well, a little awkward.

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