A new study suggests that balding men should just go ahead and Bic it all off: society sees men with shaved heads being more "manly."
Alfred Mannes, a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, published the findings of his hair-raising study in a recent article for the Journal of Social Psychological and Personality Science. A proud bald man himself, Mannes found that his 60 participants, when shown pictures of different hair-blessed and hair-challenged men, repeatedly conceived of the men with cuetops as ranking higher for "masculinity, strength, dominance and leadership potential."
Also, our more-aerodynamic head gets better gas mileage. That's what I like to tell myself, anyway.