While choosing to shave their head for many men means that they never have to worry about bad hair days or hairstyles, it doesn't mean that there isn't a lot of care and maintenance involved in maintaining a bald head. There's protecting the scalp from razor burn, ingrown hairs, and sunburn - as well as the dilemmas of dull or dry skin. It takes just as much work to have a bald head as it does a full head of hair, but with a daily or weekly routine for your scalp, you can keep the maintenance down and your head looking great.
Remember that the routine that you set up for yourself varies based upon your hair type, skin type, and level of sensitivity, so a little trial and error on these steps and testing skin care products can go a long way. Most men shave their heads either daily or every other day to keep the continuity of their look.
The first time that you shave your head, there may be some irritation and shock at seeing your new hairstyle. A good idea is to shave your head at the beginning of a weekend or a few days before a social event so that your scalp has time to settle and you have time to get adjusted to your new style before you are around co-workers or large groups of friends. If this is your first time shaving your head, you'll also want to try and remove as much hair as possible from the scalp with scissors, or more preferably, a hair clipper with no guard. This will save you time, keep your razor sharper longer, and allow for a closer shave.
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