Shaved head dating
It's something very important to me and my family being very military holds to the belief we should all have something we'd die for and could not live without , we mean that very literally..to me it's the dream of a blushing bride in my twenties, so I want to know how it affected other men who shaved it off this young.I’m not a statistician but I can tell you that x plus y equals bald men really making it count when they do hook up. No doubt he’ll be sympathetic to your complaints and be ready with compliments, kisses and a rom-com in the DVD player. As a dear friend of mine said, “The best oral sex I’ve ever received was from a bald guy. Have you ever really fallen for a guy because of his hair? (Again, you, Ben.) Plus, a man who doesn’t have to worry about quaffing his hair can spend more time doting on you. And if this kills that dream (side note- with the TE affected follicles were dried up and treatment wouldn't work, honestly seems like it don't help many anyway so I'd opt to shave anyway) I shaved at 23. hoping it helps, otherwise, I'm in the boat with you for good. But if you can bring your standards down (if you know what I mean) then you'll be just fine.
When I went out to bars and clubs, men and women stared at me, in fact whenever I left the house people stared at me.
If people do notice that you're balding than you're probably a very heavy diffuse thinner but otherwise girls really don't care. @OP I can't answer your question yet as I'm not bald yet, but I'm on the fence of shaving everything off...
I'm waiting until summer to see if treatments are working and if not, I'm going to buzz it to a guard 1.
A guy who has hair can always find a way to style his hair to make him look even more attractive — he can wear a man bun, use some hair gel, anything!
A man with no hair, however, relies on the pure beauty of his features.