This is kind of a coincidence. Thanks to Tructon and Somebaldguy who posted and responded, respectively, on Saturday, August 28th, to the Chip Gaines total white-wall head-shave for charity.
Man, that head got shaved down good and smooth, and the best part, at least for me, is the total untanned whitewall appearance and Chip seems to not only embrace the new look but having no shyness about it either. Funny, Chip never mentioned about the white untanned bare bald scalp appearance when taking off all of that long hair, linked here:
(Thats some transformation...wow!)-----yeah no kidding.
Three more links here, including the first one with a large size photograph of bare shaven Chip Gaines:
Now, the coincidence part that I noted above. I was at the barbershop yesterday for my once a month Saturday low-fade haircut. While at the shop, the guy before me got the most beautiful super skin tight military bald fade, and he was extremely white-walled, almost like Chip who went bald. I wanted to post last night about what I earlier in the day, but I got tired and figured I would post today, not knowing Tructon and SomeBaldGuy had coincidentally posted about a white-walled dude who got shaved bald.
I got a question to ask all of you readers, which I will ask again at the end of this posting: have you ever heard a barber warn a boy or man that they will likely have some degree of white-walled appearance after short haircut or even severe buzzcut or clean shaven bald head? Not in a way to have the customer to change their mind, but just as a warning in a slightly serious or even humorous way. And have you heard barbers say anything afterwards once the patron saw the new haircut with obvious exposed white skin. And if you are a barber, have you brought it up before or after a guy's transformation haircut? How was it brought up, the person's reaction and what did the boy or guy's haircut look like---how stark white and did they try to hide or ignore it, or have fun with the visible changed appearance?
I got to my barbershop yesterday (Saturday) mid-morning to find an older guy (60s?) getting a monthly trim cut, nothing more than a business cut. The college-age kid sitting next to me in a Cleveland baseball shirt who was there when I arrived at the shop was next for a haircut. And I noticed prior to him being seated in the barber chair once the older guy got out, he kind of kept running his right hand up and around his hair a few times as if to feel the hair several times. He had an audience right when he got in the barber chair as one guy came back from going somewhere and was there just to chat with the barber, while the dad and teenage son came for haircuts which would happen after me at this two-chair barbershop, but only one was in use. I am not sure where the Latino barber was on Saturday. However, the white guy barber, who knows all sorts of short and military style haircuts ( who I get once a month) was more than able and willing to barber each one of us waiting before he closed at 11:30 am.
The college kid gets in the chair, turns his face to the mirror for what I know would be his last view of his long grown-out hair. Then the barber caped him and turned the chair facing the waiting patrons. Not sure if its common or not around the USA, but this barber has the person seated towards the waiting area and you can't see the progress of your haircut until its over or per demand for a look. So, he tells the barber he wanted a high and tight close cut fade and keep the hair on top just long enough to comb over in a part, but not "too crew-cut-like" he warned.
The barber then asked perhaps to confirm, would he want a high and tight to this level (pointing his finger to the guy's head, and he nodded and said "and shave it close but faded so that it will last until November when he plans to come home for Thanksgiving). We later hear him chat with the barber when he inquired why he wanted such a short haircut, and the kid said that he starts college in ten days (Tuesday, September 7th, the day after Labor Day) and he doesn't want to spend time and money on another haircut. He wanted the start of the school year haircut to last three months. Both agreed on the style and it will be shaved close for a skin fade military style cut.
In the end, what we could see all during the haircut which he could not because the one and only mirror was on the wall behind him and the barber, was his head was gradually being shaved skin tight with a beautiful exposed whitewall appearance. That pretty brown hair which covered the upper half of his ears was soon shorn and the barber used various extremely close-type clippers to provide a handsome high skin fade.
The barber shakes a brush around his ears, neck, and around his face along with later using a wet barber wash-towel because of the remaining white shave lather and tiny clips hairs that was to be washed off his forehead, face, and around his ears.
I tried to find the best photograph to show how high up the skin fade is and how severe the barber shaved this guy's sides and back, which looked like this---only the whitewalls were more visible and profound on the guy yesterday, a photo and video link:
For a video to give example of how this college guy's end results of his razor shaved high skin fade (almost high and tight) haircut with longer hair on top, see this video, its like what this shocked skin fade college guy got yesterday---but the guy at the shop yesterday had more hair on top, thicker and could comb it, but those whitewalls were skin tight white and handsome:
The best way to see really how whitewalled he was, check this Reddit posted video of a guy who took off a shaggy unsightly mullet for a real nice total whitewall skin fade haircut:
He really got skinned down close which exposed the whitewalls that were even easy to see under the bright barbershop lights and mirror light above, which also could be seen even from across the other side of the barbershop where the bathroom entrance.
I know because I was getting overly aroused during the last portion of this guy's haircut especially when he gave a firm hand grip to get this guy's head downward to razor scrape the razor all over upwards the head. My manhood "problem" seriously happens a lot when I am watching super short haircuts before my time for the barber chair, and I had to rearrange my pecker before going back to watch the last portions of his guy's haircut before I missed his departure. When coming back from the bathroom I could right away see how whitewalled bald his sides were. He was so beautifully and masculinely attractive with that shaggy messy hair off for a nice skin fade whitewall haircut.
However, he was not quite amused when the barber turned him to view himself in the mirror right when the barber said "So, how will this do Champ, short enough for now?" (I don't think that "Champ" was the guy's name, it was more of some nickname he would say to anyone, but he never did it with anyone that day or the other times that I have gotten haircuts there.
I am not sure what sort of a relationship this barber and the skin fade guy had. I tend now to believe it may have actually been his first visit to this particular barber, since he said he came from a town about 100 miles away (I am thinking he possibly mentioned the Akron area), but he did say he had longer skin fades without razor shaved sides and back, but he wanted it much shorter yesterday to last longer (until Thanksgiving) but not predicting or even knowing for sure how white his head was under all of that six-months of grown out college-boy brown slightly wavy hair he had. Man, it was fun when the barber just ran the longer blade (general clipper guard 3 or 4) which helped take off the bulk of shaggy hair down to a crew buzzcut sides and back.
He puts his hand up to the back of his head to feel the against the grain the smoothness to the severe upwards gradual skin fade stubble, and he noticed the untanned haircut appearance reflected from the mirror, when saying in apparent shock "Oh my God this is short, and its really white" (then a long pause after another glace as the barber wounded up the clipper cords and then says "This feels real short and white looking on the sides."
The entire barbershop erupted in laughter as the barber said "Yeah, you will get that" as he gave the guy a comb to test if the top hair was too long or short enough. He said it was a bit short but there was plenty of length and it looked fine, it was the severity of the sides and smooth shaven back which got his hands tingly. It was the skin tight sides, freshly shaved against the grain mind you, that he apparently never experienced before, and then as he was paying the barber, I (and surely the others there) could hear him ask "So, in terms of the white look here (pointing to this head), how can I get it more tanned not look so weird"?
"Oh just take a long jog or work around the yard, the untanned white will go probably as long as your hair on your sides are to grow out" the barber just said matter-of-factly. I love it and I almost strained my head looking at his haircut and watch him leave the shop looking like a new man, a brave one at that, to go that short, just because he is cheap and not wishing to get a haircut until almost Christmas when he returns back to college after Thanksgiving (Well, good luck with that---- if colleges and universities will even allow students back to campus during the health pandemic after leaving for all sorts of places for the holiday).
I wish I had done it-----ask the barber why he did not warn this college kid how he would look with the six-months admitted and visible hair growth he had taken off would create the whitewall appearance? In all of this guy's 22 (I think he once said) years of barbering, he would not have known that this kid was gonna be whitewalled? Is it that barbers themselves who even forget or do they just feel its not their place to speak about how a haircut will look after the length is all taken office, especially if it requires super close five-ought clippers skinning, foil razor trimming and straight razor shaving up the back and sides of the head??
I have gotten a couple real close cuts which reveals a very minimal whitewalling around the shaved off sideburns and back of the head, neckline going up area, but never to the extreme this college guy got and funny he seemed shocked by it, as if he too forgot that is what happens when you take off longer hair or he just never realized until he saw himself in the mirror.
Once he left and I was next for the chair, my fetish almost made me tell the barber "Give me the exact same!" but I went to my usual low skin face, which has seen plenty of summertime sun since early June---and that not even trying to tan my head, but just from casual out and about walking outside. But I had to privately re-arranged my dick yet again when in the chair after watching that college due check himself out in the mirror, feel his head, and most of all, uttering "Oh my God this is short, and its really white." It was awesome to watch it. Damn, if only I knew how to reach him or some how see this guy weeks later to see how he looks and ask what he thought of the more severe skin fade military haircut he was not quite ready to be prepared for!!!
Any here at this board especially like and are attracted to short haircuts even more by the whitewall look (even to the extreme haircuts like Chip Gaines' total whitewall shaved head, so untanned but so sexy fetishy handsome!!) lol And ever head the subject of whitewall and tanned heads come up in barbershop discussion or post-haircut comments by friends or co-workers, etc. in recent years or from your childhood? And for you guys who liked or didn't exactly enjoy the whitewall post-haircut look, what was it like for you to leave the barber shop knowing people would notice you more because the untanned head than even the severe short haircut or even shaven bald head? Any sense of embarrassment or wanted to wear a cap for a week? Or anyone get whitewall revealing haircuts because you really love that post-haircut appearance? Thanks Truction and SomeBaldGuy on the Chip Gaines, another good example of whitewall results, kind of timely as I was thinking of this posting after the barbershop visit yesterday and watching that college dude be surprised of his severe whitewall appearance. I personally love it---but more on boys and men, then for myself.
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