Local senior boy Ian Tully from New Ulm, Minnesota has to shave his head every few months for the National Guard. Ian joined the guard last year for the purpose of protecting his local community. This required him to get a buzz cut, for they do not allow longer hair as it would get in the way. After hearing this, Ian decided to take matters into his own hands and shave his head. “Originally, I was gonna cut my hair cause it would get in the way when I was working on cars, so this didn’t really affect me in a bad way “. Because of how often Ian has to shave his head, his hair is almost adapting to it, and he is now acquiring an early form of what seems to look like male pattern baldness.
Local teen suffers from male pattern baldness
March 21, 2021