Wall Street Journal/ With Poll: Study finds men with shaved heads perceived as more 'masculine' and 'dominant'
Marvin Fong | Kalamazoo Gazette
A study from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania found that men with shaved heads give off a more masculine and dominant vibe than those with thinning hair or comb-overs.
According to the report, men with shaved heads have a better chance at getting a promotion, and the shaved-head look has become more common among executives. Examples cited in the article: CEOs of DreamWorks, Amazon.com, and US Steel.
While Fabio may never go out of fashion on the cover of romance novels in the bedroom, his time in the boardroom (if he ever had one) appears to have come to an end.
Read the full article from the Wall Street Journal.