Think Baldazzling Will Catch On?


London-based entrepreneur Philip Levine started going bald four years ago. He wanted to shave his head, but "didn't want to just leave it and be that standard guy who walks down the street, so I thought, 'Why not use it as a canvas for my creativity?' Then people can look while I walk." He showcases the various looks, including disco bald and rhinestone bald, on his website. "If you are bald, embrace you [sic] baldness. Make it a superpower," he says. [StyleList]