Bald babies are ugly.
Bald girl babies are especially ugly and confusing. Is it a boy? Is it human? How can we tell? Give the girl some hair. Now. Infant baldness is a serious shortcoming in your child.
What are your options to de-bald your baby? Glad you asked. There are a couple.
1) Baby Extensions
If your child has a small amount of hair, it’s not enough. But it is enough to give her a gorgeous weave. It can run $300-800, and may take up to 6 hours, but it’s worth it. Since babies don’t need a lot of bathing in the beginning, this fabulous head of hair is super easy to maintain. Just make sure to put it up during diaper changes.
2) Baby Wigs
Thankfully, a company exists to make up for God’s shortcomings. Baby Bangs are designed for infants 0-9 months, and make baby girls look pretty. More importantly, it makes girls look like real girls. Not ugly bald babies.
No confusion, no fuss. Just make sure it’s not too windy out. Your child would be embarrassed to lose her hairpiece in the breeze.
3) Baby Hair Plugs
While this is a little more expensive, it can give your baby a lifetime of full-headed hair glory. However, this only works if your child has existing hair, so if she’s completely bald, use methods #1 and #2 above.
If you have other ideas to combat infant baldness, post them in the comments.