Losing your hair isn’t something you want to really think about. However, the sad truth is that around 40% of men will experience some hair loss by the age of 35. It’s a natural, common problem that can have a significant impact on a man’s confidence and self-esteem.
As traumatic as it can be when you first start to notice your healthy locks fading away, there are ways to embrace and dare we say it, enhance your balding look. By changing the way you dress for example, it’s completely possible to complement your thinning hair.
It’s all in the colour and accessories
Ideally, you’re going to want to opt for clothing that works well with the colour of your skin. Now, this doesn’t mean opting for nude, beige coloured clothing. What it does mean, is choosing clothes which complement your individual skin colour.
What you may not be aware of is that your hair often provides a good contrast. So, when it starts to thin, complementary coloured clothing can help to pick up where your thinning hair left off. For example, if you have pale skin, darker colours can work well. Another good tip is to choose clothing which brings out the colour of your eyes, as this will help take attention away from the scalp.
Equally important are accessories. Sunglasses, watches and hats are all great at diverting attention away from the head. The secret is to not overdo it and focus instead on one or two accessories at the most.
Another fantastic way to embrace your baldness is to opt for SMP. Otherwise known as Scalp MicroPigmentation, SMP is a very stylish hair loss procedure. Hundreds of different coloured pigments are available to create a truly authentic shaved head look. From a distance it looks like you have shaved hair, but in fact it’s a tattoo style treatment.
Overall, there are ways to take attention away from your thinning locks by changing the way you dress. SMP is also a fantastic option you’ll want to consider.