This article comes at the request of a reader, but given that ~40% of men experience hair loss by thier mid-thirties, I’m sure plenty of you will find it useful.
And I would like to start this piece with a graph from a recent survey detailing the most attractive male body parts:
Source: Dr. Felix
Now, as with all similar surveys, the results should be taken with the grain of salt, but it’s interesting nonetheless.
Note the percentage of women who said they find hair to be the most attractive feature on a man: 22%, second only to the chest.
So, does that mean that once your hair has receded past the point of no return, you’re pretty much screwed? Not at all.
On the contrary, a lot of guys end up realizing that going bald actually improves their look. It makes them look more dominant, masculine, tough – a neat combination, don’t you think?
Just read William Gupta’s thoughts on the topic. (Highly recommended)
For others, however, going bald means that they end up looking sickly, older, or just straight-up goofy and weird.
With this piece, I’ll be sharing some practical tips to make sure that once you make the decision to go bald, you’re in the former category, not the latter.