"Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) April 20, 2010 -- HairLoss.com, the Internet's most comprehensive resource for unbiased consumer information and education concerning hair loss solutions and conditions, has released the second of a series of animated, one-minute-long public service announcements titled "Hair is Important".
According to Michael Garcia, spokesman for HairLoss.com, this second video release "aims to illustrate to the public that men and women who are trying to restore their hair are really trying to restore much more than just their hair."
The video states that hair is so important that is gives people the confidence to project who they are, allowing them to accomplish great things, while a montage of noted historical figures with notable hair, from politicians to entertainers, is shown."
Here's the "PSA":
Now, let me state for the record that I still have all my hair. Hell, I even have hair in places that are no longer fashionable. But if I were ever to start balding noticeably, I'd do what my female friends refer to as "doing the honourable thing" and crop it down, Captain Picard style.
And what's wrong with that? The HairLoss.com video would have me think that a head full of hair is necessary to project "who we are" and "what we believe in".
It's apparently needed to lead... (for good or evil)
to make an impression...
to express a viewpoint...
and to entertain.
Yeah — baldness is for losers, and fake hair is for winners.