Shaved hairstyles can be both intimidating and charming at the same time. Shaved hair reflects a very punk-rock style making it a very classy look. Shaved hairs are all the rage these days. From the celebrities on the red carpet to the models on Instagram are rocking this look with utter ease and elegance.
She challenges societal norms about external beauty. My daughter has also done it through her hair. She has worn it in a purple Afro, pitch black and straight, a curly top knot, and even long braided extensions. Which is why when she came to me and said she wanted to shave her head, I started hyperventilating. She went back and forth, mulling it over in her mind and talking through the decision with me.
Below, we discuss whether you should shave or buzz your head, and if so, how often and the best way. Bald heads are more common than ever, so there must be plenty of reasons to shave your head. Probably the most popular reason to shave your head is to hide male pattern baldness. Balding, whether it be in random patches like a bad hairline , or in the form of thinning hair, is no doubt an embarrassing problem. Arguably, the easiest way to deal with balding is to shave everything off.
If you are reading this, you are considering shaving your head. Congratulations and welcome to the coven. Everyone has different reasons for wanting to buzz it all off. For me, I wanted a fresh start after gradually and accidentally making my undercut so drastic it was inevitable I would have to restart my hair growth all over if I wanted it to grow out in a non-bizarro way.