You appear to have traction alopecia. You may wish to see a hair loss physician to review all the options. Hair transplantation and scalp expanders and the best options.
Thank you for your question. Take comfort knowing that your experience has been treated in other patient cases. I suggest you consult with a board certified facial plastic surgeon.
The most efficient approach to a problem such as this is a two stage process involving about 8 weeks of scalp expansion. A balloon-like device is inserted ender the scalp and is gradually filled stretching the good hairbearing scalp so it can later be pulled forward and cover the area of baldness which is removed. The result is realized relatively rapidly compared to the more discreet process of follicular unit hair transplantation which would take 2 sessions and a year to grow out. With either process you should be resigned to wear your hair natural and not risk ruining a tesult.
The pictures are of little help. You need to see a doctor, one one one to get an appropriate diagnosis and a good plan,
many patients may have higher than normal hairline, some may have this
condition due to braiding their hair for long period of time. Redesigning your
hairline with FUE or FUT is certainly an option to give your face a more