Hair lines of the rich & famous...

Hi everybody,

I am waiting for the chorus - “Hi Dr Nick” (from the Simpsons - he attended the Hollywood upstairs Medical School, although we all know hair removal practitioners that seem to have graduated from the Hollywood Upstairs Electrology School!

I have been keeping up via Digest… not posting much…

One thing I wanted to share… I saw an interview with Will Smith, promoting his latest movie, and his hair line is so… So… demarcated. Has anyone else noticed that it seems to look good, but also very ‘clean’… too clean to be natural I think. Sure, we all would like to have the money for good electro and skin treatments, but his was very ‘sharp’…

I believe it is a common and possibly socially desirable thing to want to have a high forehead/hair line, but it would also look a bit more natural to have some blending… I am not a black man, and I have no experience with that type of hair, but I was wondering if his ‘look’ has struck anyone else as ‘clinical’?


You are correct. Many Black Males get electrolysis to permanently lock in their “edge-up”.

You may want to check out the difference between the candid shots of the male members of the Lord Of The Rings cast to see if you can figure out who has had a change of face <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


I just watched another movie in which one of the cast members of “Lord of the Rings” starred in and I think I have the answer, or at least a guess. Was it Orlando Bloom who had electrolysis on the beard? I noticed that in “Troy” he has a very thin line of facial hair above the upper lip and just a tad bit on the chin.

And, if I’m correct, what do I win? <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

Now as I have said, if I know the answer to a question like that for sure, and it is not just speculation, I could not confirm anything like that, but I would owe you the first half hour of your treatment free when I see you in Texas in September <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />

Of course for those who are still pondering what they should do, one has to wonder why someone who can have anything in the world of hair removal would rather spend the money to buy out an electrologist’s schedule for a month or two, and fly someone in to be at his personal disposal to get to first clearance as quickly as possible, and then keep it up on the right schedule when surely he must be able to stop in to the best LaserBlazer and get a quick zip-zap and be done with it… that is if that would actually allow him to be done with it.

Things that make you go, “Hmmmm?” <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />