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Justin Timberlake Losing Hair – and Ladies Man Swag?

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Recent reports have stated that Justin Timberlake is losing his hair. The handsome star of music and the big screen always had naturally curly but his haircuts have got shorter and shorter in recent months. His friends are saying that he is trying to cover up a guilty secret: his hair is thinning.

Timberlake’s hair is naturally curly, and he used to grow it out to allow the curls to show. But recently the singer and actor has kept his hair cropped very short. According to his friends, Timberlake is stressing over his thinning hair and that is why he has adopted very short haircuts in an effort to cover up the problem. He does not want any thin patches to be obvious.

Also, according to the same friend, who seems to like to spill Timberlake’s secrets, “The Social Network” star has been trying various things in an attempt to get his hair to grow back. At the moment he is using a specially formulated shampoo in order to prevent baldness and promote hair growth.

Justin Timberlake recently split up from his long-term girlfriend, Jessica Biel. After that, it was reported that the he tried to hook up with his “Friends with Benefits” co-star Mila Kunis but she knocked him back. Harsh! Lately, Justin has been spotted out with “Tron: Legacy” star Olivia Wilde, but his friends say the relationship is purely platonic. Things have not been going well at all in Justin’s love life.

Is Just Timberlake losing his touch with the ladies? Could it be because he’s going bald?

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