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Post Reply Buzz cut or hang on to a few strands?
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Posted 7/4/15 , edited 7/4/15
I haven't got that problem but some men in the family do when they get to a certain age. They simply cut or shave it all off problem solved. Some have been getting very short cuts for most of their entire life so nothing has changed. I suspect one or two have shaved not because of thinning hair but because they prefer the bald look than greying hair.
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Butch-cut here and always have been. I like my hair extremely short, it's quick, easy, cool(ing), and no need to worry about maintenance. Male pattern baldness doesn't run in my family, but if it did, it wouldn't make much of a difference.
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Posted 7/4/15
I've buzzed if for many y ...quite some time.
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severticas wrote:


you called?

you're fucked if you have a beer belly to top it off lol


Bald and muscular is a good combination, definitely right about that one.
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Posted 7/4/15
If I ever get to the point I start balding bad I will probably shave it off.


But my Grandfather had a full head of hair until chemo and my old man is only barely balding in the front (though he buzz cuts the rest for work).


So I may end up lucky and be one of those old guys with a full head of natural hair.
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Buzzcut over patchy baldness. My head is shaped weird as well, but meh. I prefer it over that one strand covering up .01% of the baldness. :v
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