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by Kevin Baldwin

Author: Kevin Baldwin
Subcategory: Humor
Language: English
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA (November 1, 2005)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Humor and Entertainment
Rating: 4.2
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Kevin Baldwin is a proud member of Bald Headed Men of America. This book is a must have for the balding man, the person contemplating hair restoration, the person who is having difficulty coping with baldness, and the person who is just interested in human hair and baldness.

Kevin Baldwin is a proud member of Bald Headed Men of America. He lives in Barnet, England. This book would be ideal to have in a barber shop or barber school or beauty school.

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It's the perfect antidote to Bloomsbury's hit hair trilogy, Bad Hair, Big Hair, and. Start by marking Bald!: From Hairless Heroes to Comic Combovers as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.

Baldwin tackles the finer points of drugs, plugs, snake-oil miracle cures, the pluses and perils of rugs and comb-overs, and psychological tricks for overcoming baldness and its stigma. Bloomsbury USA, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. Book Format.

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Bald should gladden the heart of any cue-ball, listing 40 advantages of alopecia (Take two bottles into the .

Bald should gladden the heart of any cue-ball, listing 40 advantages of alopecia (Take two bottles into the shower? Take none! ) as opposed to only ten disadvantages. Above all, Bald celebrates the head which is innocent of hair. A cruel critic of the combover (less a hairdo, more a hairdon't), Baldwin is at his merciless best in his analysis of a snappily entitled publication by Eric Oakley: A Method of Disguising Your Male Baldness Using Your Own Hair from the Sides (1975).

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Bald should gladden the heart of any cue-ball, listing 40 advantages of alopecia (Take two bottles into the shower? Take none!) as opposed to only ten disadvantages. A cruel critic of the combover (less a hairdo, more a hairdon’t), Baldwin is at his merciless best in his analysis of a snappily entitled publication by Eric Oakley: A Method of Disguising Your Male Baldness Using Your Own Hair from the Sides (1975)

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Author: Kevin Baldwin. Bald! takes us into the world of those whose heads are covered by more air than hair

Author: Kevin Baldwin. It’s the perfect antidote to Bloomsbury’s hit hair trilogy, Bad Hair, Big Hair, and The Mullet: Kevin Baldwin’s comprehensive book on the history and nature of baldness. Bald! takes us into the world of those whose heads are covered by more air than hair. Complete with a hairless history of the world and notes on shining contemporary examples, from Julius Caesar to Michael Jordan, Bald! is a fantastic tour through a subject that’s anything but barren. The Washington Post - Jonathan Yardley. an amusing and fairly encyclopedic inquiry into the universe of bal. t's dead on target.

Bald! takes us into the world of those whose heads are covered by more air than hair.

It's the perfect antidote to Bloomsbury's hit hair trilogy, Bad Hair, Big Hair, and The Mullet: Kevin Baldwin's comprehensive book on the history and nature of baldness.

Bald! takes us into the world of those whose heads are covered by more air than hair. Entertaining but also extensively researched, Bald! examines the cultural and sociological history of baldness―its varied significance (from wisdom to impending misfortune), the oddball theories on its cause (from too much cycling to excessive sex), and its outrageous "cures" (from rubbing the scalp with bat milk to the more extreme measure of castration). Baldwin goes on to tackle the finer points of drugs, plugs, snake-oil miracle cures, the pluses and perils of rugs and combovers, and psychological tricks for overcoming the stigma. Complete with a hairless history of the world and notes on shining contemporary examples, from Julius Caesar to Michael Jordan, Bald! is a fantastic tour through a subject that's anything but barren.