Pointed hairline , no obstacle!
Hello you great guy! No, today the topic is not your aura, we are talking about the topic that concerns you: “pointy hairline”. This focuses on the V-shaped arrangement of your hair. Over the years, many men suffer from hereditary hair loss in the so-called receding hairline area. The pointy hairline results, no reason to be sad. A receding hairline paves the way to masculinity and embodies sexiness!
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The issue of “pointy hairline”
The pointed hairline, also known as widow's peak, is a V-shaped area of your hairline above the forehead. No, not the Ingo appelt style. Hair grows in this shape!
A feature related to “pointed hairline” is autosomal dominant, i.e. inherited genetically.
The “pointed hairline” allele dominates over the “straight hairline” allele. Things are just as they are given by nature. The question is, what do you make of it? Ultimately, a sharp hairline is not the same as a person suffering from hair loss who loses all of their hair. So, pull on it and get what's there to get!
Syndromes above the forehead, which can be related to the topic of “pointed hairline”.
Typically, the pointy hairline phenomenon is a completely normal genetic trait, such as red hair or overgrown earlobes.
However, many extremely rare hereditary diseases are associated with the phenomenon of “pointed hairline!”
The forms !
You might not think so, but there is an obviously clear relationship between the so-called long eye relief, hypertelorism and pointed hairline. Below we will give you the relevant Wikipedia entry as justification:
- The Aarskog-Scott syndrome [ ( X-linked recessive , sometimes also autosomal recessive)
- The Cranio-fronto-nasal dysplasia (CFNS), (X-linked dominant, gene locus Xq12)
- The Frontonasal dysplasia (sporadic mutation)
- The Waardenburg syndrome
- The recessive form of Facio-genito-digital syndrome (usually X-chromosomal)
- The Opitz BBB/G syndrome (autosomal dominant and X-linked recessive)
- The Widow's peak syndrome (X-linked dominant)
For hereditary reasons, people have to deal with what is given to them by Mother Nature. But this phenomenon is mostly observed in females.
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