With the increasing demand for a stylish coiffure, the monopoly of women over human hair extensions is gradually diminishing with more and more male clients also coming forward to don these accessories. Historically, human hair extensions were worn by women to beautify their tresses, while men resorted to wigs, that too in extreme cases such as premature baldness or for professional reasons. This is no longer the case, with men trying out human hair extensions for reasons other than just hiding their baldness – they are wearing them to accentuate their looks, cover a bad haircut or try out a new style. Most men who try out human hair extensions consider themselves to be in a very small minority and hence, may feel insecure or uncomfortable when approaching the stylist. The first thing to do is make them feel at ease and inform them about the myriad instances where men have tried out human hair extensions, with resounding success. Let them know about the benefits of human hair extensions. Since men require much more information when taking this decision, you may need to show them photographs of successfully installed human hair extensions in order to convince them. They may also need to be shown morphed images of them after they don these human hair extensions.