MY CHOICE

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@Kandae11 (29026)
April 25, 2017 8:33am CST
The important thing of course is what is inside the head, but on the outside I prefer bald heads rather than a full head of hair. I think most men with that style are cute, sexy, macho and vulnerable. I recall falling for bald heads after viewing those very old movies starring Yul Brynner - like "The King and I" , "The Magnificent Seven", and others. I have seen him in only one movie where he sported a full head of hair -- and I wasn't impressed. Now there are the modern day bald Adonises like Vin Diesel - pictured above and Dwayne Johnson, among others. What is your preference? Men: - would you shave it all off for style? - and women : which do you prefer?
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@JohnRoberts (41814)
• Los Angeles, California
25 Apr
Then there is hope for us hair challenged guys.
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@louievill (16581)
• Philippines
25 Apr
Perhaps she loves natural, natural thinning and balding that is
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
Sure, - hopefully there are many women out there who feel the way I do.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
@louievill I think a reasonably good looking man with thinning hair looks cute and vulnerable.
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@marlina (64651)
• Canada
25 Apr
I like both providing they have a big heart and a big brain.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
That's what counts the most I suppose.
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@FayeHazel (12322)
• United States
25 Apr
You and me alike.
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@xstitcher (10308)
• Petaluma, California
27 Apr
Big heart, big brain, and a little shy. I prefer hair, but that's me.
@amadeo (50971)
• United States
25 Apr
He had a hair piece there.He been bald for most of his life.I am all set. I got my man.Do not need anyone. I do not care for Vin Diesel or Johnson.These type of men not for me.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
So Yul Brynner was wearing a hairpiece in the movie? He needn't have bothered.
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@amadeo (50971)
• United States
25 Apr
@Kandae11 right.It was so obvious there.
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@andriaperry (35703)
• Anniston, Alabama
25 Apr
Now Vin is hot!
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@fishtiger58 (30617)
• Momence, Illinois
26 Apr
I prefer a man with hair. My husband is 60 and has a full head of hair. My son will be 26 soon and is balding.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
At age 26? - then, now may be the time to shave it all off. That is of course, if he will be happy with the look.
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• Midland, Michigan
26 Apr
@Kandae11 Well if it doesn't suit him he can always grow it back, right? That's really not all that uncommon to be bald early. I knew someone from back when that was not just losing his hair but it was all gone and he wasn't yet thirty. And we have a young man that started as a bagger when he was sixteen that already didn't have much of his hair. I think loss of hair and the color-when it turns grey is more related to genetics than age unless it's also stress. I began turning grey when I was twenty-six.
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@TheHorse (54452)
• Pleasant Hill, California
26 Apr
Heh. I hear that baldness is passed down from the mother's side of the family. Did you have a balding dad or balding uncles?
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• Midland, Michigan
26 Apr
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I think most men do look good when they keep it shaven and oddly enough some even look years younger when wearing it that way. I prefer men wear their hair on the short side, though, rather than longer or even the ponytail look. I don't like either of those. My husband keeps his longer which I hate, but he'd rather I grow mine out and I don't so what can I say? I think he wears his longer because he's afraid he's losing too much on top and somehow he feels better about it when it's down to his ears. In this picture his perm is growing out and it needs a trim, but this is about how he wears it.
@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
You know what? I think he looks great - the beard and moustache compliment the look.Beautiful photo of you both - thanks for sharing.
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@TheHorse (54452)
• Pleasant Hill, California
26 Apr
Maybe he misses his younger "hippy" days. I know I do sometimes.
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• Midland, Michigan
26 Apr
@TheHorse I'm not sure, but I don't think he ever got into that. If his hairline wasn't receding so quickly, and he thinks a lot is due to the amount of meds he is on, then maybe he'd keep it shorter. He'd never wear it bald though.
@allknowing (56675)
• India
25 Apr
A handsome guy will look great even without hair. But don't you think a not so good looking guy may have to depend on his hair to enhance his looks?
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
I don't know really. Some I have seen don't follow the good-looking stereotype - yet there is something attractive there . I suppose it is a matter of one's tastes.
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@JudyEv (103494)
• Bunbury, Australia
25 Apr
Certainly Yul Brynner was incredibly sexy. There weren't many bald actors around then and very few others who were bald by choice. Nowadays it seems many shave their heads.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
That could be one reason why he stood out among the actors of his era. He also had very striking eyes.
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@JudyEv (103494)
• Bunbury, Australia
26 Apr
@Kandae11 And he always looked proud - almost arrogant.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
@JudyEv He was well suited for his roles. Over the Easter holidays I saw him in "Solomon and the Queen of Sheba"
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@DianneN (62564)
• United States
25 Apr
I love my husband with and without much hair. I saw Yul Brynner driving a convertible on the Hollywood Freeway when I was a kid.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
Really! -- was he bald then? Silly question - you wouldn't recognise him with hair would you?.
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@DianneN (62564)
• United States
25 Apr
@Kandae11 Yes, lol!
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
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@just4him (95612)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Apr
I think it depends on the man. Some men look very good bald, and some look very good with a full head of hair. I know the movie you saw - the Buccaneer, where Yul Brynner sported hair - it was a wig. I agree, he didn't look right with hair.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
It was a very natural looking one.. I suppose a bald head wouldn't have been suitable for his character in the movie.
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@just4him (95612)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
25 Apr
@Kandae11 No, not in that one at least.
• United States
25 Apr
He has quite the bod to go with that head. As you know I prefer Bruce Lee hahaa I do remember Yule Brynner so handsome yes. Bald or hair, I don't mind.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
Well, throw in a nice smile and that would probably be the deciding factor for me.
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• United States
25 Apr
@Kandae11 Oh yes and he has it..my youngest sister is mad for him that Vin. And The Rock has the most beautiful smile.
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@lady1993 (16074)
• Philippines
25 Apr
I prefer men with hair, the longer the better i guess but not as long as a girl's but Vin Diesel is also very handsome, he is the only bald guy I find attractive
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
Long hair on a man should go with a moustache, beard - and muscles - otherwise he may look too feminine.
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@lady1993 (16074)
• Philippines
26 Apr
@Kandae11 This was the "in" look in the early 90s i guess... but just the long hair, no mustache and beards
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• Preston, England
25 Apr
I'm bald anyway - not by choice - just alapacia - I think it looks distinguished
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
I think you look great.
@FayeHazel (12322)
• United States
25 Apr
Great topic -- I used to prefer men with long hair, very long hair. Still do somewhat. As I've gotten older I find that I prefer whatever looks the best on the guy in question. Some men look really great bald. Some just don't look good with long hair. I think, whatever gives him confidence.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
Well said.
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@shivamani10 (11162)
• Hyderabad, India
25 Apr
yeah..I really surprised when my advised me to have a minimum cut. I insisted to have a hair suitable for my face. Finally, I accepted and cut my hair and she felt very happy. Why is it like that?
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
It all depends on what someone likes - whatever the reason might be.
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@louievill (16581)
• Philippines
25 Apr
What's inside the head really made me laugh
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
In the final analysis - bald or hairy, what's inside would impress me most.
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@Shwetasingh (1363)
26 Apr
Oh not for all. It depends , depends upon the looks of that particular person. It really suits for some but trust me it will also look horrible on some. I don't know whether you know amitabh bachchan , my favourite hero, will look horrible with clean head.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
He is an Indian movie star?
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26 Apr
@Kandae11 superstar... I am in love with him from past 30 years almost right from the age of 5 years. I found him the most attractive person of my life.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
@Shwetasingh I have a few Bollywood magazines and I shall check to see if he is featured in any - he should be since you say he is a superstar.
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@1hopefulman (21274)
• Canada
27 Apr
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I keep my hair very short as it is easier to deal with and care for. Would I like a bald woman? I guess it would depend on what's inside the head.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
27 Apr
She has a very modern and futuristic look. Yes, what is in the head is most important.
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@1hopefulman (21274)
• Canada
27 Apr
@Kandae11 And, even more important to me these days, what is inside her heart!
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@Kandae11 (29026)
27 Apr
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25 Apr
I have to say I totally understand where your coming from Kandase. I think it all depends on the person, some can really pull it off. There are so many good looking confident men that are bald. I think it depends on how the man feels about himself. Vin Diesel has a look of confidence and strength and so does Dwayne Johnson. Great post Kandase, have a lovely day.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
You are so right - the confident man can surely pull it off.
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25 Apr
I had also gotten to see Yul Brynner and Telly Salvalas with their locks, I have to say, I think they looked more appealing without the hair, may they both rest in peace, they were both such great actor's Have a great day Kandase, thank you for your kind words, big hugs from Cathy XO
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@Kandae11 (29026)
25 Apr
@kaylee1234 Thank you too.
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@TheHorse (54452)
• Pleasant Hill, California
26 Apr
I've thought of going back to my second grade crew cut for convenience.
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
I think you would look awesome with a short pony tail. My son wears his hair that way.
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@TheHorse (54452)
• Pleasant Hill, California
26 Apr
@Kandae11 I had a very short on back in the day, but only occasionally.
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@Simonsum (51)
• China
26 Apr
This topic remains me of Jason Statham, as a person always with short hair, he give me a vision of bald heads.I think it fits him very well and handsome. Anyway, it is a choices, in the middle, good or bad, just because you like or hate. Oh, Jason, great man!
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@Kandae11 (29026)
26 Apr
Thanks for the reminder - I should have mentioned Jason. I first saw him in "The Transporter."
• China
27 Apr
@Kandae11 I love Jason's film so much, men's power is expressed by him in a very direct way, really amazing and exciting.