You know, most people, if you ask them, wish they had hair that is different from what they have. What hair I have had, over the years, was fine, soft, and straight (and limp). In my early teens (14-15), I started to grow it long, but at age 16, I started to go bald. all my life, I wished that I had courser, curlier hair, and a full head of hair. Now, I have it all shaved off(what there is of it), and people have told me that it really enhances my looks. I tend to agree. I'm liking who I am, more and more, and am losing my phobias about having no hair.
The trick, in my opinion, is to maximize the look you have. Shit, every one of you guys posted here has great hair, and I think you're all sexy.
I'm an interior designer, and we have been taught that man has been fighting against nature in the way he designs things. It's the same thing with our looks -- we fight nature. It has to do with media hype. We need to ignore that and just go with what we have and turn it into an asset instead of a liability.
OMG, there is a guy out there for every one of us, who will love us for who and what we are. We need to be looking for that, instead of trying to force ourselves to be someone we're not.
Be excellent to each other, but more importantly, be excellent to yourself.
Love ya, guys!