“Chiskop must fall” - Tshwane man designs weaves for balding men

“Chiskop must fall” - Tshwane man designs weaves for balding men

- Patrick started designing men's weaves seven years ago

- He says it wasn't accepted in the community at first but the market is growing

- His clients include actors who want to maintain their youthful appearance and confidence

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A Tshwane man, Patrick Missile, has great news for balding men. No longer will men who are losing their hair have to suffer knocks to their confidence, because Patrick is providing a solution - weaves for men.

Patrick says he has been making women’s weaves for years and only recently discovered that there was a market for quality weaves for men as well.

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“Chiskop must fall” Man designs weaves for balding men

Photo: Facebook/Patrick Missiles
Source: Facebook

He says his hair extensions look natural and last for as long as six months while some opt to keep them in for a year to maintain their young and handsome appearances, Briefly.co.za found.

Patrick started his men’s line almost seven years ago but struggled to sell men in the black community on his idea. He says it took a while for male-weaves to be accepted but many men were impressed with his styles, Daily Sun reported.

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“Chiskop must fall” Man designs weaves for balding men

Photo: Facebook/Patrick Missiles
Source: Facebook

Patrick’s business has expanded over the years and now he even styles some high-profile female celebrities, such as Bonang Matheba and Boity Thulo. Patrick says DJ Sbu is a avid supporter of his products.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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