A Guide To Balding Men’s Hairstyles
It’s not easy to find decent information or a good guide to balding men’s hairstyles, so here it comes!
So… faced with this “problem” I’ve put together my personal guide to balding men’s hairstyles…
Male pattern baldness (MPB) normally begins with a receding hairline at the front and is often accompanied by thinning at the top.
Over time, this thinning turns into a bigger bald spot, which grows to cover the head, apart from the sides and around the back.
The reason why in those zones hairs never falls out is explained in the intro videos of our anti baldness program.
So, what hairstyle options are available for balding men?
The worst of these hairstyles is definitely the comb over, which is the classic look of men of a certain age where the hair is grown longer on one of the sides of the head and ‘combed over’ in order to cover the bald area to the other side.
It is a disaster when the slightest of breezes begins and should be avoided at all costs.
So what are the other do’s and Don’ts to the hairstyles of balding men?
The first mistake is combing the hair straight back, which may surely cover bald spots, but it also exposes the forehead and attracts attention to the receding hairline.
The second and horrible mistake is growing your hair longer at the back to make up for what you don’t have at the top.
The esthetic result is really bad.
Using gel is also not recommended, as gel clumps your hair and shows the scalp below.
Likewise, growing your hair long in trying to cover up actually causes hair to separate and reveal even more scalp.
Hair styles for a receding hair line
What are instead the do’s?
Well, first of all, get more natural looking fluff to your hair by using good conditioners.
Another good trick is to grow a bit your remaining hair, get it layered and brush it forward to gently and naturally cover your receding hairline.
If this isn’t receding too badly, but your hair loss is more concentrated on the top of your head, you can just comb your hair straight back to cover the bald spots.
Well the ultimate tip of a guide to balding men’s hairstyles is to shave your hair off or at least a very close trim, and actually the shaved look is a very acceptable balding hairstyle these days.
Clip the heavy stuff with scissors, then lather up with shaving gel, and finally using a razor, start at the top and shave all the way down.
This only takes a few minutes and you don’t need to do it every day.
Wash your head regularly with moisturizing soap, rather than a harsh shampoo that can dry out the skin and also use a good quality moisturizer.
In the summer time, find a moisturizer with a sun protection factor of at least 10 to avoid.
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