"I really like the fact that you devote a section on bald women! They are the most sexy and confident! "
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I really like them because you can see their face and all their reactions much better! Second, they are more themselves! Third, they are very confident and interesting.
Alright, so Britney Spears is giving 'em a bit of a bad name these days, but bald women have been turning heads and redefining standards of beauty for years now.
There is no braver and bolder fashion statement, and hairs off to the ladies who are confident enough to sport it.
Most commonly seen in science fiction, females have been shaved bald as a way to strip them of their femininity, or symbolize and overwhelming amount of power, a la Sigourney Weaver in "Alien" or Demi Moore in "GI Jane" (although good luck trying to desexualize those two hot mamas).
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In many other films, the act of shaving a woman's head symbolizes something of a rebirth, or a huge change in life and perspective. Check out Natalie Portman in "V for Vendetta" for further proof.
Perhaps it is that defying of tradition that lends such an allure to bald women on the street as well.
As has been discussed in regards to hairless men, confidence is perhaps the most powerful aphrodisiac we can get our hands on, and letting your face stand alone in all of it's glory takes a lot of that confidence.
In movies like "Dune" and "Star Trek," women with shaved heads are bubbling over with sexual prowess and appeal.
Interestingly enough, this ties in with the males as well, as the cause of baldness is an excess of the hormone testosterone, which regulates the sex drive.
So while big hair has been the trademark of traditional sex kittens through the ages, it turns out that bald makes better biological sense.
May 10, 2012