The Best Style Tips for Bald Men

So it happens, you finally started to notice, that your hair becomes thin and you are starting to lose it. If you are losing your hair not so fast, then you can style it, so that no one sees the problem. The best tips so far can be seen in Jude Law's styling.

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

You can style your hair to look messy, or a bit wet. The important thing is to make it look voluminous, but you can always make an ultra short hair. Here below are shown some ideas and tips of Law's hair styling. By the way, I recommend to take a closer look at Jude's everyday outfits styling, it's very elegant and casual. Love the way he mixes elegant details with everyday staples.

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

If it happens, that you are starting to lose your hair faster than you were expected, then the first thing you have to do is to accept it and look at things differently. Of course, if it happened so, that you've been a star and dreamboat boy for many girls, then I can understand your hard feelings, but, listen, you are a man and you have to face the fact that you are going to be bald. It's officially now, you can call Sean Connery, Zinedine Zidane, Heston Blumenthal, Jude Law and Larry David comrades.

Here below are shown inspirational images of how to make a right haircut:


The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

If you don't want to shave your head, then always pay attention to your side hair, DO NOT make it long:


The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017
The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

Once you have decided to go fully bald, then style your head with care. It's better to look a bit bronzed and always take care of your hair length, as soon as it starts to grow make sure you are shaving it by time.

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

Some guys and men start to grow a beard, as it looks masculine and keeps eyes away from bald look. Here are some images for your inspiration:

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

Here are showcased style tips and clothing ideas for bald men. As you can see, the style of dressing can be different, but most of time, when men become bald they try to look more elegant and masculine. Some try to look a bit militaristic, wearing khaki style outfits. Here are my two favorite inspo style images:

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017

The Best Style Tips for Bald Men 2017



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21 Comments

  1. As in loser? Seriously? Grammatical corrections on a blog?

  2. Hair or no hair- As long as you’ve got the confidence you can pull any style off

  3. It does look nice to have a beard if you shave your head. If not a beard, then at least some facial hair like a goatee or mustache. It makes a man look even more manly.

  4. Bald :it depends on face cuts height and health it’s cannot suits on everyone

  5. I enjoyed your blog very much; you provided interesting observations, helpful tips, and excellent photos.
    However, the grammar and composition need attention, especially, your, inappropriate, use, of, the, comma.

  6. Hello, Dear James! It’s nice to read critics. I will do my best, by improving my grammar. Thank you! :)

  7. Please learn the difference between LOSE and LOOSE.
    You lose credibility!

  8. You people need to lay off him! I’m sorry, but CHRIST!! We all get the point, or else nobody knows what to correct on.

    Leo, keep it up. I follow it. 😉

  9. Hey Leo and guys and gals! Blogs (or posts on places like pintrest) devoted to helping people with their fashion choices are super handy. Thanks for posting Leo.
    I don’t maintain a blog, so I will share my thoughts here just for kicks and giggles.
    As a balding guy, I’ve found that dressing up is much preferable to dressing down. As was mentioned in this article, short hair seems to work much better for balding guys. I prefer to keep mine in the 1.5-2mm range. Never, under any circumstances, allow the side to get longer than the top by any significant amount. In my case this means quite a bit of maintenance. It is, however, worth the effort because *no one likes wings on the side and polished up top. (*maybe clowns? but we all know they’re creepy)
    Several things I’ve picked up over the last while that don’t seem like that big of a deal are: learn what ties are good for what knots and pair them with the correct shirts/jackets, learn how to roll your sleeves (it honestly looks better the right way), color coordinate you shoes, watch, and belt, wear pants that fit (not too tight, not too baggy), shave (or at least maintain your scruff/beard), and last, but certainly not least, learn to be confident! Confidence is not so much related to what you’re wearing, or even your features, it is all about what is on the inside. I know tons of “nontraditional” body type folks (aka normal people) that look fantastic. It’s all about being comfortable in your own skin and having a good attitude. You could be a model for Abercrombie, but if you’re a jerk…it’s going to be a pretty hollow existence. Don’t try to be someone else. While I readily admit that fashion can be somewhat vain and copycat-y (I know that’s not a word), there’s no reason we can’t work with what we’ve got! I’ve got tree trunks for thighs and a decent size kiester, but darn if I’m going to let that stop me from wearing a nice suit. Tailoring and alteration businesses exist for a reason.
    All in all I just urge all of you to love the skin you’re in and treat it accordingly.
    P.S. Get a massage, they’re awesome.
    Regards, a gent.
    P.P.S I’m not an author, so I am not entirely clear on the proper use of parentheses. I most likely overuse them, but hey, if you understand my point the battle has been won.

  10. I completely agree with you A Gent! There is nothing more to add! Thank you for your great comment!

  11. what hairstyle recommendation for a man with a growing bald spot, not a receding hairline? I don’t really think I have the right head shape to look good shaved.

  12. To Chad: Rogaine is specifically targeted to men like you – people who have hair loss on the crown. It’s worth it to give it a shot and the sooner you start the better your chances of retaining what you have there and improving growth possibilities. I’ve used Rogaine for about 8 months and while my hair is still thin on the crown it’s not as thin as it was and it has filled in some. So as long as you aren’t in a hurry and you don’t mind daily applications then you might give it a shot. Rogaine isn’t perfect but it’s a reasonable approach until they figure something else out.

  13. I am Loosing My Hair
    And I Am 20 Years Old
    Soooo…Any Advice

  14. Naman,

    I shaved my head when I was 22 so I know the feeling. I honestly that a shaved head on a younger guy gives an edge because you still will have that youthful look but it will be contrasted by the shaved head. I pretty much always keep stubble and I wear glasses as well, I believe they help.
    Maybe consider some lifestyle changes as well. I think bald looks better on a man who is lower body fat, so take a look at your diet, exercise and sleep schedules.

    I hope I’ve helped you

  15. They all have one thing in common though. They have beautiful faces. So it doesn’t really matter much what kind of hair they have. They can have long, short, be bald or whatever, they will still be hot. What about the guys who do not have attractive facial features or bonestructures in the face? (who prior to being bald made up for it with hairstyles) They look like fucking assholes… I’m one of them, and I’m bald… It’s killing me, I just want to eat a bullet…………..

  16. My hair has become loose over the years; I have suffered the loss of my loose hair every week. Alas, I lost more each month. Thus, I have shaved my head and grown a beard, my loose hair has fallen, lost forever, but whence did my lost hair gone? Oh yes, the lose part….when you lose your loose hair, consider in lost.

  17. I am bald head man my age 31 but I am different stylish man.i love my style

  18. A Gent: It was really nice of you to put down your thoughts here. You should definitely start blogging. Thanks for giving a balding guy a good boost.

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