I'm an 18 year old guy who has had on and off bouts of alopecia. It was under control mostly but recently after a stressful incident a group of follicles were killed off, so my only option is to shave it to the skin, not even a shadow as it looks patchy. Personally I don't mind it, I pull it off okay (kinda surprising as I'm a slender pale guy) but whenever I see an axe commercial I get self conscious. So would young women in thier late teens or early twenties be put off by a guy who approached them with a chromdome? Will I be considered less attractive than 'hairy' guys right off the bat? Or am I just overthinking it? Be honest please-I admit looks are a required first step for me to be interested in a girl and I know it works the same for them. I just feel like at this age or twenties most girls couldn't get past it or would view me as older and weird.
- Yes, a shaved head/no hair can be attractive or isn't an issueVote A
- No, I'd view it as very strange and avoid a guy with no hairVote B
- No, couldn't get past it, it'll put you at disadvantage.Vote C
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I don't think its a problem. Some guys pull it off and look way better than guys with hair. I know a guy who actually looks so much better bald than when he has hair because his facial features stand out much better without the hair. There might be some people who have a preference but that's the same as anyone who says they dig brunettes over blondes or bald guys over the kind of guy with long hair or short. But I don't think you should worry so much as it's not weird at all. I grow my hair super long so I can donate it and I'll cut it short when I do and it feels amazing since it's easier to take care of and feels so light despite what my bf says (he likes the long hair better haha) But that's the thing about hair, it grows back :)0