Science Says That Bald Men Are Stronger and More Confident!

It says a lot about the person.

The American Hair Loss Association estimates that approximately 2/3 of men lose their hair by the time they turn thirty-five years old. Moreover, 85% of them will experience great hair loss by age fifty. What’s more, early balding around the age of twenty or twenty-two may result in depression.

However, a recent scientific study has shown that bald men are more masculine compared to those that have a full head of hair. Bald men are much more dominant and stronger. Perhaps balding is not such a big deal after all.

Additionally, bald men are considered to be stronger, more dominant and more masculine. According to the study, bald men should embrace it by shaving their hair off. They should embrace baldness by shaving their heads rather than concealing hair loss. It is a fact that a shaved head grows stubble at the same rate as well as in the same manner as a shaved face.

Men shouldn’t try to hide their baldness, wear a toupee, or comb over.

Over time, many people have started accepting shaved heads. In general, women view men with a shaved head as more confident.

Furthermore, men that start losing their hair are often advised to totally shave it off – once they see it. In case you have the same problem, it may be difficult for you to accept baldness as you aren’t used to see yourself without hair. However, once you accept it, you’ll be definitely more confident.

Often, when you have a conversation with females, they may pay attention to your hair. But, with a shaved head, they’ll look at your eyes. You might establish a rapport more quickly with this eye contact.

That’s not all, in case you have no problem walking around with a shaved head, it means that you’re comfortable and confident with yourself. It goes without saying that most women also love it.

Therefore, in case you’re balding or bald already, you should love who you are as there’re many that love it, as well.

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Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Written by Rachell S. Anderson, Senior Writer

Rachael has been with Live Science since 2010. She has a masters degree in journalism from New York University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and a Master of Science in biology from the University of California, San Diego.

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