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    For me its the temple area, where its just a little concaved. Drives me nuts trying to get the right angle to get in there
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    Point of my chin.. that's it. I've maximized it as far as I can and we have met on common ground, agreeing to disagree for the most part.

    Ears.. as I age, my hair line thins and seems to transplant itself in my ears. What's up with that? Where in the evolutionary process did it become advantageous for ear hair to sprout as one matures? Is it some mechanism to allow us some peace and quite in households with chatty kids and spouses? For now, I tackle the ears with tweezers...
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    right now my trouble spot is a mole on the back of my head I keep nicking, but its working out in general. not bleeding near as much anymore.

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    Being right handed it is a bit of a pain to get the hair in the left ear.
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    I wear a flat top with shaved sides, so it's a true PITA to get the back of my head right. I shave the sides every 3-4 days & have a thick head of coarse hair...have to touch up a razor every time after a face & head shave to keep it right. I've also found that I can't shave my head with anything smaller than a large 6/8+...the heavier the better.
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