I feel your pain, I too am one of the unlucky bunch that started balding in my 20s. Whether bad genes or just bad luck, the bottom line is that the hair is not coming back. No cream or magic potion will make it grow and it certainly isn’t worth the pain, risk, and cost of surgery to have a fake-looking mop of hair on your head.
The alternative is to embrace your balding and make lemonade from the lemons that life has given you. Don’t wait for nature to take its course, take charge and shave that head clean yourself. Never before has there been such wide acceptance of head shavers and the general opinion is definitely that this is more attractive than the good old male-pattern baldness.
Getting your head shaved is something that can be achieved in a couple of ways. I’ve written a short piece here that details the best ways to shave a head. Personally I strongly recommend using an electric clipper and specifically I recommend using a clipper specifically meant for the task.
The clippers you see here are balding clippers or T-blade finishing clippers. Either of these will work well to get your scalp hair down nearly to the skin. Balding clippers have a very low profile and T-blades often can’t accept combs because of their width. The T-blades are generally much wider than regular head shavers and can shave more in one go. Since all you want to do is remove all the hair on your head, both of these attributes are ones that we would like.
These sorts of clippers are quite a bit harder to find, so here I have listed a few of the most promising-looking ones. The ones I think are best get listed at the top and the rest are in no order.