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Why do semi-balding men comb whats left of their hair over the baldness?

  1. rutley profile image72
    rutleyposted 5 years ago

    Why do semi-balding men comb whats left of their hair over the baldness?

    Do they think it looks better? More like a full head of hair? The part starts behind the ear and the few strands of hair gets dragged over like an old mop. What are they thinking?

  2. Author Cheryl profile image86
    Author Cherylposted 5 years ago

    They dont want people to know they are bald lol.  Who knows they would be better off just shaving it.  My son went bald at 18 he has kept his head shaved since.  Nothing worse then a comb over or a bad hair piece lol

  3. profile image0
    Emily Sparksposted 5 years ago

    It must be their desperate attempt to hide the bald spot!

  4. Alphadogg16 profile image91
    Alphadogg16posted 5 years ago

    I have been asking that question forever. Me personally, if I started to bald, I would just shave everything off. I have no idea what they are thinking but it looks horribly bad.

    1. teaches12345 profile image95
      teaches12345posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Alpha, has stated my thoughts.  It just looks bad when they comb like this.  Just accept it, shave and you will probably look just as handsome!

  5. fpherj48 profile image77
    fpherj48posted 5 years ago

    They're all trying to be Donald Trump.   I wish these "comb-over" men realized how totally disgusting, stupid and unattractive a comb-over is.  It's grotesque.  I can't even look a comb-over guy in the face........and you ALWAYS see people laughing, whispering behind the guy's back....just making fun of these guys......
    Once and for all...MEN:   If you are "going bald"......man up and DEAL WITH IT.  just get a nice haircut or better yet...shave your entire head.  That's popular, fashionable and looks MUCH better than comb-overs or GOD FORBID, a bad looking "rug!!!"    I don't know which is worse!
    Apparently you are not aware that many women like "bald".....or are attracted to receding hairlines......or shaved heads.    Whatever, dude, the comb-over HAS to go!!.

  6. Goody5 profile image66
    Goody5posted 5 years ago

    Probably it's just force of habit. Sometimes when a person loses a limb they still in their mind think it's still there, and maybe that's what's happening with these hairless wonders. Here's a hub that really explores this subject - http://theholestory.hubpages.com/hub/Th … f-no-where  Keep on hubbing  smile

  7. old albion profile image71
    old albionposted 5 years ago

    I think it is because they are embarrassed, awful to say it but I think it's as simple as that. Most men would like a full head of hair and a slim waist, most men have neither.
    Graham.

  8. kj force profile image69
    kj forceposted 5 years ago

    They comb the few strands of hair over their balding heads.....
    Obviously because they can...not the most attractive look you see..but perhaps they feel differently..great question..I hope one of them shares their thoughts...hmm

  9. shara63 profile image68
    shara63posted 5 years ago

    perhaps they dont want to accept, 'they are growing old ?

 
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