I have this ritual: Every year and a half, I shave my head with the Remington Shortcut Pro. I keep it that way for a couple of months, then I grow my hair back out. I have been routinely doing this since I was 21 years old.
Typically the response I get from people who have never seen me without hair is this: “Whoa! What did you do to your hair?… Actually, though… You can pull it off. It looks good on you.”
However, I know the secret:
The moment you shave off all your hair is the moment you have what it takes; that’s the moment you can pull it off.
It’s less how about a man looks with his hair shaved off and more about the idea it conveys:
“I am a man who is brave enough to base my identity completely apart from my hair.”
In other words, it’s announcing to the world that my hair is not part of my confidence. I say it’s silly and juvenile for a man to base any of his confidence in his hair, knowing that most men experience male pattern baldness at some point in their life.
And then once you had a beard to the equation, it sends that much more of a subliminal message of confidence out to the masses.
A man who rocks the bald head and the full beard is the man who broadcasts his masculinity.
As Mario Joyner pointed out in a recent episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the beard is the one last thing that men still exclusively have.
There has never been a better time for men to shave off all their hair and grow their beards.
It takes a confident man, even a brave man, to shave off his hair.
So if you’re considering making that leap of masculinity, I highly recommend the Remington Shortcut Pro, as demonstrating in the video at the top of this article.
You can also check out the product on Amazon with this link: Remington Shortcut Pro
Lastly, I invite you to check out my YouTube channel, which is ultimately a celebration of the masculine identity and mindset.