LETTERS: BALD MEN IN ADS; Baldies just don’t look tasty enough

Julian Picksey needs something explaining to him. It won’t take long.

Julian Picksey needs something explaining to him. It won’t take long.



When a director and a team are casting for a physically perfect actor

who exudes sensuality (i.e. for Levi’s ads), men who are bald don’t tend

to be at the top of their list. They are not chosen for the same reason

that fat men or men in need of radical dentistry are not chosen.



Baldness, Julian, is not very attractive.



We all know that a lot of men lose their hair; I lost mine in my early

20s and now wear a toupee and I really don’t care who knows it.



Patrick Chinn, London NW3



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