Can a hairline mature unevenly? My hairline hasn’t been totally straight since I was about 14. Every man in my family is sort of Norwood 1.5 or 2, my dad is 60 with Norwood 2 but he is thinning a bit. Nobody except my maternal grandfather has ever gone bald. I’ve really freaked out about my hairline since I noticed it at the beginning of this year. It’s changed very slightly since I was about 14, however it has remained unchanged for about a year. It’s about a norwood 1.5. My forelock is still where it’s always been, which makes my temples look far more receded than they are. One temple seems to be a bit higher than the other, just slightly. Is it possible that the front of my hairline will mature too, making it look less dramatic? Or will this stay the same? I don’t really think it’s MPB, but I’ve had a lot of grief over it. I’d love not to worry about it anymore. I’m 18 by the way!
Yes, hairline maturation can be asymmetrical but eventually it evens out if you give it time.