Tuesday, July 04, 2017

Crop Locks

If you shave your head to allow new hair to grow in, you will have a bald or buzzed look temporarily. Baldness or a cleanly shaven head was once viewed as a lack of virility in men, as in Samson's hair being equated with his strength, or unfeminine among women. However, things really have changed. Over the last several years, it has become not only socially acceptable, but en vogue and attractive for both men and women alike to crop their locks.

The bottom line is that whether you are bald or have a lustrous mane, it is your confidence in yourself that matters most. If you do decide to keep your hair, healthy grooming choices can make a difference.