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    Default Should I Buzzcut if im a diffused thinner?

    My hair looks alright without sunlight, but in direct light you can pretty much just see right through the hair I have. The most thin/balding part of my hair is the crown. I'm tired of worrying about my hair, and making it seem okay. I just want to buzz it off. However, with the type of balding/thinning i have, I'm afraid if i do buzz my hair it will make it seem like im more bald looking.

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    Shaved heads for people who are balding always look better, your not that far gone though, so i reckon you can still pull it off.

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    Pull off a buzzcut or???

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    Buzzing it is about owning it more than hiding it. Areas of bald scalp will still be visible with a buzz cut (which is why people get SMP) but most people will agree that buzzed looks better than thinning hair does when it's longer. I think you should go for it. If you don't like it then it'll grow back to the length it is in the photos pretty quickly.
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    I would try the buzzcut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaL View Post
    Pull off a buzzcut or???
    pull it off without a buzz. grow it a bit longer and use thickeners.

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    Thanks for the advice. I'm really stuck in between. Like I'm fine with the hair now, I just am tired of giving a shit. I'm so young to so i dont know if the buzzcut would work. I'm 19

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    buzz it all the way, and you'll feel instant relief. you might take some shit from friends for about 3-4 days, but after that it's all systems go. been there, done that.

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    Buzzing is the safer quickest stress free solution.

    You are very lucky there is no harm on your scalp as some others now face. Enjoy the buzzed look, it definitely looks like it can suit you.

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    Thanks for the feedback. I will go for it when it gets warmer outside. What do you think I should buzz it on top? Im thinking skin fade on sides.

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