Shaved head hairstyles are not common. Many individuals shave their heads because of balding or religious reasons. However, some people trim and shave their hair to be bald in certain locations, simply because they like the look.
The completely bald look can be shown off by any individual, whether you have a full head of hair or are losing it. To perform this look, you need an electric hair trimmer. Set it on the lowest level and run it across your head, from the front of your forehead to the base of your neck. This will cut against the natural flow of your hair and allow you to trim it shorter. To finish the cut use a razor to shave the remaining stubble. You will want shaving cream to avoid irritating your scalp. Shave your head often to keep the smooth head look.
The mohawk keeps the hair down the middle of your head and removes the rest. Like the bald look, you will need to find an electric trimmer and set it on the lowest level. However, you may want to find another individual to help you out with this look, because trimming in a straight line is important. You may not be able to do this toward the back of your head. Remove all the hair from your head except that in between the pupils of both eyes. Keep that line of hair from your forehead to your neck. The rest will need to be trimmed and shaved bald.
The horseshoe is a look most individuals use out of necessity. This is because they are losing their hair. With this cut, avoid all comb overs. There is no sense in covering the baldness because it is apparent to everyone. Be confident with what you have, and most people will not care. The horseshoe looks exactly like it sounds. The side hair around the head has hair, while the top does not. Trim the top of the head so you do not have stragglers floating around and trim the sides of the head. Having long hair on the sides of your head will emphasize the top of your head, while keeping the hair short on the sides will draw attention from the top of your head.