New York, Sep 18: Don’t worry about hair. Bald men are perceived as more attractive, confident, and dominant, according to study.
“Choosing to dispense with one’s hair is arguably a form of nonverbal behaviour, a form of expression which communicates information about the self otherwise difficult to observe,” researchers from The University of Pennsylvania.
The researchers also suggested that bald men might be more elusive than those with typical mops.
In study, the team gave three major tests to college students and ask them to rate according to attractiveness, confidence and dominance.
In the first study, men with shaved heads were rated as more dominant than similar men with full hair.
In the second study, men whose hair was digitally removed were perceived as more dominant, taller, and stronger.
The third study explains nonphotographic stimuli and demonstrates how men experiencing natural hair loss.
Thus, instead of spending billions on hair loss, the counterintuitive prescription experiencing male pattern baldness.