Jerusalema was the only South African-composed song to receive widespread worldwide attention. Internationally acclaimed footballers like Cristiano Ronaldo were seen dancing to the tune.
As people all throughout the world accepted the Jerusalema Dance Challenge, this song became synonymous with the lockdowns of the year 2020. Master KG, the music producer, is never without a cap, and often sports a headband as well. His signature look is instantly recognizable to his legion of devoted followers, and it appears to be a good fit. It’s as though a cap were permanently attached to his head at birth.
In every one of Master KG’s music-related publicity photos, he wears a cap. When asked why he always wears a cap or headband, Master KG cites a number of factors.
Master KG is balding and makes every effort to hide it while he is in public. Only one screenshot of his discussion with ex-girlfriend Makhadzi has shown the public his bald head.
Master KG understands the importance of his appearance to his brand and the desire of companies to be connected with attractive people. Master KG probably follows his established dress protocol because it has proven successful in attracting sponsors and fans.
As part of his daily style, he enjoys donning hip eyewear.
In order to focus on his own record label, Wanitwa Mos Entertainment, the musician recently parted ways with Open Mic Productions.
WHAT CAUSES MALE BALDNESS
Androgenic alopecia, more commonly known as male pattern baldness, affects almost half of all men at some point in their lives. It has been estimated that more than half of all men over the age of 50 will experience male pattern baldness. This is according to the National Library of Medicine in the United States.
Just what triggers male-pattern baldness?
Having a family history of baldness can be a contributing factor to male pattern baldness. Androgens, the male s£x hormones, have been linked to an increased risk of male pattern baldness. The androgens control a variety of processes, one of which is hair growth.
Your head hair follows a predictable development pattern. Male pattern baldness is characterized by a weakening of this growth cycle and a shrinking of the hair follicle, resulting in hair that is both shorter and finer. The life cycle of each individual hair eventually comes to an end, and no new hair is produced to replace it.
There are typically no negative repercussions of inheriting male pattern baldness. Certain malignancies, medicines, thyroid disorders, and anabolic steroids can also be major causes of baldness. Consult a medical professional if you experience hair loss while taking any new medications or if your hair loss is accompanied by other symptoms of illness.
Male pattern baldness can be identified by the balding pattern, which is used by doctors to make a diagnosis. One possible explanation is a nutritional deficiency or scalp fungal infection, both of which might be ruled out by taking a patient’s medical history and performing a physical exam.
A rash, redness, soreness, peeling of the scalp, hair breaking, patchy hair loss, or an unusual pattern of hair loss could all be symptoms of a medical issue. In some cases, a skin biopsy and blood tests are required to identify the underlying medical condition(s) that are causing hair thinning and loss.
Who is in danger?
A man’s chances of developing male pattern baldness increase with age, so while it can start as early as puberty, it typically manifests itself later in life. The role of genetics is significant. Men who have a first- or second-degree relative with male-pattern baldness are at a greater risk for developing the condition themselves. This is especially the case if their maternal ancestors are still alive and well.
Have I started to bald?
Male pattern baldness may be present if hair loss starts at the temples or the crown of the head. A single bald spot can occur in some guys. Some people notice a gradual “M”-shaped receding of their hairlines. Eventually, the hairline may recede to the point where no hair is left at all or very little remains.
Methods for treating hair thinning
If there are no underlying medical issues, then treatment is unnecessary. However, options exist for guys who are self-conscious about their thinning hair and want to improve their appearance.
The appropriate haircut or hairdo might help men with moderate hair loss disguise their condition. If your hair is thin, you might ask your stylist for a creative cut that will make it appear thicker.
Pieces of synthetic hair worn in place of natural hair
Wigs are an excellent solution for hiding hair loss, thinning hair, or even bald spots. They are available in many different looks, hues, and materials. Select wig colors, cuts, and textures that mimic your own hair for the most realistic result. Wigs can be made to look even more realistic with the help of a professional stylist.
Weaves are artificial hairpieces that are stitched into your own hair. Your natural hair must be long enough to accommodate the weave. Weaves are great since they may be worn in water, in the shower, or even while sleeping and still look great. The downside is that they need to be resewn every time new hair grows in, which can be damaging to your natural hair.
Minoxidil (Rogaine) (Rogaine)
One such drug is minoxidil (Rogaine), which is used topically on the scalp. Hair loss can be slowed and new hair growth stimulated with minoxidil for some men. Results from using minoxidil can be seen after four months and up to a year. As soon as you stop using the medicine, your hair loss may return.
Finasteride (Propecia, Proscar) (Propecia, Proscar)
To some men’s satisfaction, the oral medicine finasteride (Propecia, Proscar) has been shown to reduce the rate of hair loss. It prevents further production of the male hormone linked to hair loss, which is necessary for its efficacy. The success rate of finasteride is higher than that of minoxidil. Hair loss returns if finasteride treatment is discontinued.
Finasteride has been linked to an extremely low rate of breast cancer. If you’re experiencing breast pain or a lump, see a doctor right once.
Prostate cancer screening using prostate specific antigen (PSA) tests may be impacted by finasteride. The medicine causes PSA levels to drop, producing abnormally low results. In the event of a PSA rise while using finasteride, prostate cancer should be considered.
Procedures for Adding New Hair
Getting a hair transplant is the most drastic and costly option for dealing with hair thinning. Hair transplants move follicles from your scalp’s active hair-growing areas to the thinning or balding areas.
There is a chance of scarring and infection, and multiple treatments are usually required. A hair transplant’s benefits include a permanent solution that looks and feels natural.
In some ways, going bald is a radical transformation. Being comfortable with your physical appearance may be difficult for you. Seek professional help if male pattern baldness has caused you worry, low self-esteem, sadness, or any other emotional problems.
Is there any way to keep from losing hair?
To far, no effective treatment for male pattern baldness has been found. One possible link between stress and hair loss is an increase in sex hormone production. Walking, listening to soothing music, and spending more time in quiet reflection are all great ways to de-stress.