Yes, eventually. Mostly men go bald because we have HIGHER TESTOSTERONE LEVELS, diet problems, stress, chemicals, hormones, and many other reasons. Eventually we all go bald but thats after death. If your a women, the process is way more slower for women unless you have health issues, scalp problems, and many other things can affect your hair.
Most men are genetically predisposed to male pattern baldness. It is the effect of hormones on the hair follicle that produces male pattern baldness. Testosterone, a hormone that is present in high levels in males after puberty, is converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) by an enzyme called 5-alpha reductase. DHT has an adverse affect on the hair follicles. Acting on a hormone receptor on the hair follicle it slows down hair production and produces weak, shorter hair, sometimes it stops hair growth from the follicle completely. This process gradually depletes your stock of hair and is normal hair loss.
While higher testosterone levels drive more obvious baldness in men, female hair loss happens when a woman who is genetically predisposed to the condition is exposed to androgens – predominantly male hormones that also exist in women.
In every cell in a woman’s body, one of those X chromosomes is randomly inactivated so that they don’t overdose on the product of that gene. And that’s going to affect whether their father’s X is turned on or their mother’s, in every cell in the scalp. That changes the pattern.
Female pattern hair loss normally occurs at or after menopause, and signals waning fertility to a prospective mate. In addition to the psychological problems associated, affected women appear to have an increased risk of metabolic syndrome, polycystic ovarian syndrome, hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol.
Women may not go completely bald, but they certainly sometimes lose a lot of hair. Women still lose hair as they age. Most importantly Women don’t produce enough DHT to cause damage to their hair roots and follicles.