Alopecia areata (al-oh-PEE-shah air-ee-AH-tah) is a highly unpredictable, autoimmune skin disease resulting in the loss of hair.
Partial of complete loss of hair, usually associated with head hair
A comb over is a hairstyle worn by bald or balding men in which the hair on one side of the head is grown long and then combed over the bald area.
In North America, the flattop is usually a man's hairstyle. With its harsh lines and angles, a flattop suggests a work ethic, physical fitness, and an intense, serious approach to life.
Reference : http://www.pathguy.com/flattop.htm
A RugOrReal original word: Female wearing a toupee or wig.
A RugOrReal original word: False confidence gained by superficial means. Frauds. Usually associted with men wearing wigs. Word is also extended to celebrities who lie to the public for fame, particularly anorexics who claim to eat and homosexuals who claim they are straight.
Excessive facial and body hair, usually associated with women.
A large, round and often boulbus hairstyle found most often within the jewish community.
RugOrReal Original Phrase: Bad hair plugs resembling Ken's hair (Ken is Barbie's gay boyfriend)
Other word used for a persons head.
Hair transplant done by punch grafting hair into bald patches. Also called a Hair Transplant. (RugOrReal recommends you spend the money for a decent job if you plan to proceed with this solution. Otherwise you will look like a Mattel Head)
Slang for a bad toupee or wig worn by a man.
Anorexic that over tans. See Jennifer Tanniston or Victoria Beckham for samples.
A toupee is a hairpiece worn by men to cover partial baldness. Often glued or taped to the head.
Hair weaves are a technique in which the toupee's base is then woven into whatever natural hair the wearer retains.
A wig or toupee is a head of hair - human, horse-hair or synthetic - worn on the head for fashion or various other aesthetic and stylistic reasons, including cultural and religious observance. The word wig is short for periwig and first appeared in the English language around 1675.
A RugOrReal original word: Addiction to plastic surgery to the extent that you become a freak.
Up and Comers:
Madonna (Yes - She has been done)
Jennifer Anniston (Yes - She will be done)