How to Get a Shiny Bald Head?

How to Get a Shiny Bald Head?

A bald head is a stunning hairstyle for men with hair loss problems.

The uniqueness of baldness in society sends a message of success: men who have completely gone bald look sexier, more efficient, and more commanding. 

In spite of their natural uniqueness, there are more things a bald head man can do to get a more distinctive look. One of them is making your bald head shiny.

It can draw significant attention to your unique features. And maybe, women will get to see you for who you truly are and get to admire your personality.

Having said that, let’s learn how to get a shiny bald head the easy way.  

Get a Nice Bald Shave 

It all starts with a nice bald shave to get the classic, bold, and shiny look. It does not have to be a difficult proposition.

All you need are proper equipment and reliable guidelines. For this project, you will need shaving cream, a post-shave balm, a small towel, and a cartridge razor.  

Step 1: Rinse Your Head with Hot Water 

Run the water until it is hot and rub thoroughly into the remaining hair on your head. You can also wet and rinse with your towel. Apply the hot towel to your head. The longer you keep it on, the better. 

Step 2: Apply Shaving Cream 

Shaving cream is a great lubricant and cushions the blade, allowing for lower drag and fewer snags. Work the shaving cream thoroughly into your head to smoothen the shave. 

High-quality shaving cream has a rich, dense lather that wilts whiskers completely soft. It holds water through the slowest of shaves, and it lets fast shaves zip safely along.

It will help relieve the taut, sore feeling that usually follows a close shave. It leaves your bald scalp feeling softer and supple.  

Step 3: Shave the Front of the Head 

Starting at the front of your, shave in your hair growth direction or small but assured strokes. Don’t press too hard, instead let the razor do the work, or else you might end up cutting yourself.

After every few strokes, you will want to wash the razor to remove cream and hair, keeping the blade free to do its work. Continue until you finish the front part of your head. 

Step 4: Shave the Sides of the Head 

Shave the sides of your head. Again, work from top to bottom in the direction of hair growth. The sides usually have the longest hair for men with male pattern baldness.

So, you will have to clean the blade more frequently for the most effective shave. 

Step 5: Shave the Back of the Head 

Once you are done with the sides, go ahead and shave the back of the head, which is the most difficult part. If you are feeling less confident, make sure to add some more shaving cream and water.

Work the blade from top to bottom with confident strokes to help the blade glide. Try tightening the back of your neck to create a flatter surface area. 

Step 6: Rinse Off Shaving Cream 

Use hot water to rinse off the shaving cream. Use your hands to search the parts of your head that you may have missed on the first pass. 

Step 7: Reapply Shaving Cream 

Reapply some shaving cream to the head. Pay close attention to the parts of your head you missed or the parts of the head that are harder to shave than the rest.

You are going to shave your head again, but this time against the direction of hair growth. This will give you an incredibly close shave.

The blade should glide across the skin as you have already removed a lot of hair. Always move the blade cautiously yet confidently. 

Step 9: Rinse Off the Cream 

Rinse the shaving cream from your head with warm water. Then massage in and check all over your head for any missed hairs. If you missed a spot, reapply the shaving cream and go for another pass. 

Step 10: Add a Post-Shave Balm 

Apply a post-shave balm to add some moisture back into your completely bald head. Work the balm thoroughly into the scalp to get deep moisturization.

A premium quality balm will offer immediate relief from razor burns and cuts. Natural compositions will help moisturize and stimulate the scalp for a shiny bald head.  

Moisturize Your Bald Head 

Moisturizing your bald head can help control uneven skin tone, flakiness, and dryness. This will ensure your bald scalp is smooth and shiny. 

Step 1: Use a Sulfate-Free Shampoo

Shampooing a bald head is recommended because it helps you eliminate dirt, excess oils, toxins, and even dandruff.

But some shampoos contain sulfates, which can easily strip your scalp of moisture, leaving you dry and exposed to the damaging effects of direct sunlight. 

If you didn’t know, sulfates are unique cleansing agents added to shampoos to give them a rich lather. But the sad truth is that they dry your scalp.

Consider shampoos with gentle surfactants that will not strip off oils and moisture from your bald head. 

The best and most recommended option would be shampoos that are loaded with natural and organic ingredients, such as Aloe Vera, tea tree, shea butter, jojoba seed oil, grapefruit extract, coconut oil, argan oil, and antioxidant-rich chamomile oil, among others.

Natural ingredients will replenish lost moisture and repair damaged skin cells to restore a healthy, shiny bald head. 

Step 2: Exfoliate Your Scalp 

You can use an exfoliating brush with sulfate-free shampoo to get rid of stubborn dirt, oils, dandruff, and dead skin cells.

Alternatively, you can use an exfoliator formula for the best results. The exfoliator you choose should be easy to wash off. It should be an effective formula that actually removes dirt and oils.

The solution should be non-comedogenic to make sure that your pores are not clogged after exfoliation. The formula should also be nourishing.

It should be able to replenish nutrients and moisturize the scalp for a nice shiny bald head. 

Pour a small amount of the exfoliator you want to use into your hands and dab it on your scalp. Use exfoliating sponges to scrub your scalp effectively.

We recommend circular motions to help the exfoliator unclog your pores. Once you are satisfied that the formula has done its job, go ahead and rinse or wipe it off your scalp.

You should be left with a dirt-free scalp that is smooth and shiny.  

Step 3: Use Scalp Mask 

You can use many scalp masks to moisturize your bald head to improve its texture and shine. The most popular and recommended ones are aloe Vera juice, manuka honey, coconut oil, and avocado oil. 

Aloe Vera juice is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and water. So, it is a potent moisturizer and anti-inflammatory agent.

This mask contains enzymes that help repair damaged cells and even our skin tone. It is an outstanding conditioner that helps get rid of dirt and dandruff to give you a smooth and shiny bald head. 

Coconut oil is one of the best natural scalp care products. It will effectively moisturize your scalp and help with the elimination of dirt, dandruff, and toxins.

Apply a small amount of coconut oil directly to your bald head and massage to maximize its effects. Leave the coconut oil on your scalp for a few minutes, and then wipe it off for a smooth and shiny bald head. 

Avocado oil has so many benefits for your bald head. It is chock-full with linoleic acid that is known to improve the integrity of the scalp by decreasing inflammation and improving hydration.

This oil has many vitamins A, E, and D, which is great because it helps with cell growth and renewal. It does an incredible job of giving you an even skin tone and shine. 

Manuka honey is a great scalp mask that has several benefits for bald head people. It is a natural and powerful humectant that does not only attract moisture but also retains it on your scalp.

This means it helps trap as well as seal moisture into your bald head, leaving you with a moisturized, smooth, and shiny scalp. 

Massage Your Scalp 

A scalp massage is a very beneficial method for bald head people who crave a shiny look. The very first thing a massage does is boost circulation to the scalp.

This will effectively make your scalp supple, smooth, and shiny. It does a good job of conditioning the skin to prevent itchiness, dryness, and flakiness. 

Step 1: Massage the Scalp

You are advised to use your finger pads to do a self-scalp-massage and not your nails. Apply gentle pressure and use circular motions for the best results. You can also use a scalp massage oil for the most effective results. 

Step 2: Wipe Off Massage 

If you used any massage oil, wipe it off after completing the massage. In this step, you can use a hot towel treatment to get rid of the excess oil and then seal the pores with astringent and rose water. 

Kyler Lowe

I'm Kyler Lowe. I started Malecut.com to make it easier for men to find grooming tools to take care of their hair, beards, mustaches, and bodies.

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