Now folks, everyone knows that the balder a man is, the better looking he is. The more a hairline recedes, the more handsome he gets, until finally he is so bald he becomes almost impossibly handsome. Men plan on going bald at an early age — a rite of passage into manhood, like when we had to go out and kill a sabre-tooth tiger with our bare hands to become handsome adult men in the eyes of our tribes. But as the hair begins to fall out, and the shiny pate — the chrome dome — begins to emerge from under that mat of adolescent hair, a man stands up straighter. He sticks out his chin.
Just a Little off the Sides: Haircuts
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I've always had a little crush on Jake Gyllenhaal. There's something about his smile, those eyes and that hair that I've always wanted to run my fingers through. So, I'm going to make this short, sweet and to the point.
Cleaning Up: Showers
We doubt he misses the mop, though, considering that bald head of his scored Victoria Secret and Transformers hottie Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Oh, and let's talk about that body Catch it in theaters on August 9th. I couldn't believe that I was going to have to walk round for evermore without any hair on my head," he said. Villains in particular Clark Kent who? We're all about Lex Luthor. Clean one of the sexiest brand icons of all time. Seriously, though, bald, buff and cleans up after himself?
Haircuts are a rite of passage during military basic training. Almost immediately after arrival, your hair will be cut so short that it almost feels like you were shaved bald guys only. After the initial haircut, you'll get a trim at least once per week during basic training. However, during the weekly trim, depending on which branch you're in, your hair may not be entirely cut off again, and the sides and the back may just be evened up. Tip: You actually can estimate how long someone has been in basic training, depending on which branch you're in, by the length of their hair.