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Head-Shaver’s Information

So you want to shave your head? Details and advice on head-shaving, how-to guides, reviews of head-shaving products, and other handy tips.

How To Shave Your Head — A step-by-step guide to shaving your head. If you’ve never shaved before, this is the spot for you.

Bald Head Products – If you are shave your head with a razor, check them out

Recommended Products — Based on the various products I have personally tested, and the feedback I’ve gotten from hundreds of other shavers, this is a list of a small number of excellent products that I think will give most people a great, comfortable shave.

Articles — Tips, advice, and the occasional meandering monologue. Topics include razor bumps, shadow, shiny heads, and other ways of removing hair besides shaving.

Specifically for Women — Articles and links for and about women who shave their heads.

Bald Links — There are a number of excellent sites out there for people wanting to shave their heads, or just connect to others who share the hairstyle.


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  • Hi I am new to shaving my head. I have been doing this for about 2 or 3 weeks. My question is what can I do because my skin is very sensitive especially the back of my head. What is the best for sensitive skin? From razors to shaving creams or oils.

    • Hi, Eric. The same precautions you take when shaving your face also should be taken when shaving your head. NEVER dry shave. Wet the skin with plenty of warm water and then apply plenty of shave gel to the areas that will be shaved. If possible, allow the shave gel to “sit” on your skin for a minute or two prior to shaving as this will give the gel more time to soften the hairs and moisturize the skin. NEVER use disposable razors (ESPECIALLY the single and/or twin-blade disposables) as they will cut and butcher up your skin. The best razor is undoubtedly the Gillette Fusion but the Gillette Mach 3 and Gillette Mach 3 Sensitive are also good choices. Finally, if you have sensitive skin you should NEVER use aftershaves that contain alcohol or are alcohol-based as doing so will dry out the skin and irritate it even more.

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