The Art of Balding Gracefully: 5 Style and Grooming Tips Experts Swear By!

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Sometimes, life throws a curveball at you that hits you hard enough to knock the wind out of you—baldness may seem like that to most people. We blame it on the unrealistic beauty standards set by the media and the entertainment industry for it.

But when life gives you lemons, you make lemonade—and that’s exactly what we’re here to help you with!

Being a bald man doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world, and we have Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham to thank for it. The trick is to own it and take care of it so you can look bold, confident, and attractive.

So if you’ve finally taken the plunge to shave your head completely, here are a few grooming tips that will help you tremendously.

Keep It Smooth

We stan a bald man who shaves regularly. The key to maintaining it is consistency.

There’s nothing worse than a bald man who lets his hair grow out in patches. That just looks unkempt and unruly. You must be consistent with shaving so you can maintain your hairstyle.


Much like the rest of your skin, your scalp needs to be moisturized and hydrated. But when we say moisturize, we don’t mean making your forehead shine brighter than everyone’s future. Moisturize, but keep it matte.

Go for a hydrating lotion or moisturizer that prevents your scalp from getting dry without leaving a glistening sheen behind.


Hair or no hair, a patchy scalp is everyone’s worst nightmare; the only difference for bald people is that it looks worse than it feels.

No one wants to be stuck with an itchy scalp that looks cracked. To avoid this, exfoliate to get rid of the dead skin cells. You can use a face or a body scrub twice a week and gently massage your scalp in a circular motion to get the job done.


Hair is the body’s natural shield against sun damage, which leaves bald people at a disadvantage—but don’t worry, there’s always SPF protection to keep your scalp protected.

Use a sunscreen on your scalp for year-round protection against sun damage, even in the winter. You should go for an oil-free sunscreen, so it doesn’t make your scalp sweaty.

Get Scalp Micropigmentation

If you’re tired of running a razor up and down your scalp every other day to maintain the freshly shaved look, there’s a way out.

Scalp micropigmentation creates the illusion of a fresh shave by filling in your hairline and other areas on the scalp with different hues to replicate your natural hair color. It’s a minimally invasive procedure with no downtime and low maintenance.

All you’ll have to do is trim your hair and moisturize your scalp like you typically do to look your best self!

Visit Delaware Scalp Micropigmentation for micropigmentation for men. We use advanced SMP techniques for hair loss treatment in Wilmington.

Get in touch with us to find out more about our services and scalp micropigmentation costs here.

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