A shaved head can look straight-up badass. It really can. While there are many reasons one might come to consider shaving their hair off—balding, receding hairlines, thinning strands—there's really no bad one.
Shaving your head clean is a bold and masculine statement. Some might call hair loss a condition, which cause us men to suffer and needs to be treated. Do you realise now that this so-called infliction is quite banal?
Celebrities are no strangers to changing up their looks, especially when it comes to their hair. They can dye it, chop it, add extensions to it, and more, but some A-listers have taken the plunge to buzz their hair off completely. Here is what 12 stars look like with and without shaved heads.
Here's a question that comes up from time to time -- why do Buddhist nuns and monks shave their heads? We can speculate that perhaps shaving the head reduces vanity and is a test of a monastic's commitment. It's also practical, especially in hot weather. Historians tell us that wandering mendicants seeking enlightenment were a common sight in first millennium BCE India.
Over the weekend, Stephanie Plucknette, a full-time nurse and mother of three young children, had an amazingly ridiculous parenting moment that has now gone viral. Plucknette was only away in the other room from her kids for about eight minutes, she told BuzzFeed News. In that time, her kids got a hold of an electric clipper and gave one another haircuts.
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If you are reading this, you are considering shaving your head. Congratulations and welcome to the coven. Everyone has different reasons for wanting to buzz it all off.
Head shaving is the practice of shaving the hair from a person's head. At different times and places people have shaved all or part of their heads for very diverse reasons including practicality, convenience, low maintenance, fashionstylereligioncultureand aesthetics. The earliest historical records describing head shaving originated in ancient Mediterranean cultures, such as EgyptGreeceand Rome. The Egyptian priest class ritualistically removed all body hair by plucking.
Lassiter told his students that he would shave his head into a Mohawk if they achieved all of their reading goals for the year. Ontario Center School students react to Bill Lassiter, a 4th and 5th grade teacher, while he gets his hair cut into a mohawk in Ontario on Monday, May 20, Lassiter, a 4th and 5th grade teacher, told his students that he would shave his head into a Mohawk if they achieved all of their reading goals for the year.