Survey: Men say they'd get a face tattoo if it meant they could have more hair

Ellie Conley

Since getting married, Kate Middleton has reportedly (gently) teased Prince William about his hair or lack thereof. But understandably, not all men are as good of sports on the subject as the Duke of Cambridge. 

According to a new survey done by Keeps, a men's health company dedicated to the prevention and treatment of male hair loss, many men don't take hair loss lightly.

Of the 1,000 men surveyed, 11 percent between the ages of 18-44 say they'd get a face tattoo if it meant they could have a full head of hair. Although the survey wasn't specific on how big the face ink would have to be, so et's hope freckle tats count!

Unfortunately, many men believe that their hair loss had a direct correlation with their dating lives. Nearly 53 percent of men between the ages of 25-44 believed they lost out on a date due to their lack of hair, while 46 percent admitted to trying to cover up a receding hairline to improve their dating life.

However, not everyone felt insecure about their baldness. In fact, the majority of the men surveyed said they identified with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. 

But what about Prince William?!

You can check out more of Keeps' survey results here and check out the the types of foods that can help prevent hair loss below.