What better way to hide your thinning hair than to get a crew cut? While it might miss out on those voluminous hair and waves, it gets you a simple, suave look that would make you feel good. And if you steadfastly demand that you only get celebrities’ hairstyles, you would be pleased to know that Brad Pitt and Channing Tatum have sported this hairstyle before.
Have a bald spot in the back of your head? Don’t worry, just comb all of your frontal hair to the back and you would not only have covered the loophole, but also created the classic and smart Slickback look.
If your hair is thinning on top and you’re not ready to go short, try shaggy layers out. Basically, what you do is tousle your hair and let it fall where it may — thus creating a dishevelled allusion that actually works for your hair.
A great hairstyle for thinning hairlines, the textured crop incorporates lots of mini layers into an already-short haircut, creating an illusion of the hair being thicker and fuller. In addition, it’s pretty much a classic hairstyle for balders and non-balders alike, so there’s only pride in undertaking this hairstyle.
The buzz is a master at disguising the thin hair on your crown, and you can actually utilise it in a gradual way through the balding process.
Wondering about a celebrity who actually looks good with a buzz cut? Look no further; Jason Statham sports the Buzz Cut and we all know how badass he is.
You could always opt to let nature run its course and embrace your thinning hair, and what better way to do that than to adopt a close shave? Aside from going for the au naturel look, you would also be adored as a guy who actually confronted his bald spot rather than run away from it.