Balding Hair Don’t Care: Men Who Need To Quit Playing And Cut It Off Already

January 7, 2013  |  
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About seventy percent of men suffer from male pattern baldness, so I know it’s a sensitive issue. But there comes a time when many of these men should really quit playing around with the dye, toupees, and spray on hair – because none of it is working – and just go bald, for their own sakes. I present these fifteen men, not to ridicule them but to suggest a better option – which fortunately or unfortunately is bald.  Neyo knew when it was time to let it go. These guys should too.

 

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Jermaine Jackson

We all know that’s not just hair on your head, Jermaine. But whatever it is, consider letting it go in favor of baldness.

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John Travolta

John Travolta may have once had a luscious head of hair but that was thirty years ago, and sadly it’s time to let that go – along with the terrible dye job — and the plastic surgery, but I digress.

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Coolio

The 90’s have come and gone, and so has Coolio’s hairline and about four of those braids. Maybe it’s time for him to go bald now?

Yes, it is.

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Donald Trump

The only people Donald Trump ever needs to fire are those responsible for allowing him to keep rocking that ridiculous comb-over.

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Prince William

Apparently royal blood does nothing for balding, so 30-year old Prince William might want to go ahead and shave it all off now.

Carlos Boozer

Carlos Boozer had to know that millions of people would be staring at his head during that Bulls vs. Celtics game in February 2012, so why would he think it would be okay to spray paint himself hair? Especially considering we’ve already known that he’s balding… for like two years now. C’mon Carlos.

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Matt Lauer

Matt Lauer’s hair devolution has played out for us daily on The Today Show. I’m thinking he may want to proactively go bald any day now.

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Danny DeVito

I’m not sure what Danny DeVito is holding onto. He probably should have gone bald years ago.

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Lebron James

Lebron James’ hairline has been the subject of ridicule for years, thanks in part to Charles Barkley. But in October 2012, when a Nike holiday catalogue was released showing Lebron sporting a full head of healthy hair, rumors swirled that he may have undergone hair transplant surgery. If those rumors are true, then great, but if not then bald is definitely LBJ’s next best option.

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Clive Davis

Clive Davis has been the force behind the careers of Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Christina Aguilera and Jennifer Hudson. Can he now be the force behind a more appropriate hairstyle – bald, perhaps?

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Jeremy Piven

Jeremy Piven, the 47-year old star of Entourage, has been battling hair loss (and losing) for years. I think it’s time for him to just surrender the hair pieces and go bald.

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Roland Martin

Roland Martin holds it down nightly on CNN, raising issues, standing up for rights, questioning political nonsense… which is why I hate to focus on something as trivial as a receding hairline. But it is receding… I’m just saying…

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Joe Biden

Hair is not a prerequisite for political success, so Vice President Joe Biden (who’s actually been balding since the 80’s) should really consider cutting it all off.

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Marques Houston

Marques Houston’s balding is made worse by the… umm… unique shape of his head. Still, bald would look better than super low shadow fade. It looked good on him before.

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