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Looks great! The glasses are a nice touch. Just curious, why did you shave your head, you had good looking hair. Was it to try something different?
Thank for your help...
Very very much....
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Looks great! The glasses are a nice touch. Just curious, why did you shave your head, you had good looking hair. Was it to try something different?
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To be or not be...Bald / How do you feel about my bald head ???
« Last post by vuongbien2609 on Today at 05:34:43 PM »



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Can you give me your opinions...
I am only a new bald man... :/O :/O :/O :/O



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Bald Stories / Re: When "bald by choice" turns into "bald by nature"
« Last post by skeeball on Today at 12:35:30 PM »
 I definitely do like having options, but if and when my hair loss accelerates more (I'm assuming it will, but who knows), the choice will be much easier. So that's not a bad trade off. This might sound weird but I think a shaved head actually looks even better on people who are noticeably going bald even when their head is shaved than people who are just bald by choice, where you can see a pattern of where they've lost hair. It kind of gives a unique look of individuality, since every hair loss pattern is unique, and it seems like a way of both owning the look and showing that you proactively did something about it. For me, although I don't get any "mean" comments, I still get the "you have a full head of hair, why would you shave it" questions, and it certainly does appear that I have a full head of hair when I shave it and when I have long enough hair to cover up the thinning. That's not to say that I'm rooting for losing so much hair that there is no way to conceal that I'm losing it even with my head shaved, because as I said, I like having options, but it does give a little more of an individual and independent look.
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I actually secretly wish for my bbc style to become bbn. I have made the commitment yo myself that i want to be sly bald until my dying day, so if i were to start balding naturally, well that much less to have to shave. I have thought about laser hairvremoval, but too expensive, painful, and too many sessions required, so thats not an option for me. As for your beard, well i personally prefer either smooth shaved or short, neatly trimmed facial hair, but if thats what you like,  then  good on you. However, my advice would be, if you want a longer beard, it looks like you have naturally curly facial hair. You should try to find some wsy to straighten it. It would look much better, in my opinion.
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Head Shaving / Re: First Straight Razor Shave EVER for me
« Last post by Magoo on Today at 07:15:42 AM »
 Now I can see. Why the safety razor was invented.   >:D
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Head Shaving / Re: Show us your bald head!
« Last post by vuongbien2609 on Today at 05:26:35 AM »
Thank for your helps!!!
But I can't see that circle on the top left.
Please...I really want to make a avatar... :'( :'( :'( :'(
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Head Shaving / Re: Show us your bald head!
« Last post by Sir_Harry_208 on Today at 04:17:57 AM »
Can U help me install my avatar...
I am a new member and i dont know how do this...
I tried...i need a instruction.

Welcome!
1. Click on "Profile"
2. Scroll down and click on "Forum Profile"
3. Click on the circle in the top left that says "Upload an Avatar"
4. Click on "choose file" and upload an image from your computer
5. Click on Change Profile in the lower right

Hope this helps!

P.S. If your image is too big, you may have to download Irfanview to reduce the size of the image. Good luck!
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Everyone has their own time and their own methods. That said, if you do grow it back, you still can pull off a serviceable short hairstyle until the MPB really kicks in. But it's good to see you're comfortable with the sly look, and the beard is starting to develop nicely again!
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