A newbie question. Just starting out shooting portraits. Right now, I do executive portraits quite often. I am having quite a bit of a problem lighting bald men or men with very short and thin hair. Typically, I use the Rembrandt or loop lighting with a kicker. The problem is with the kicker. It just makes the bald/thin hair head too bright, too dramatic, which is not suitable for executive portraits. Taking off the kicker or aiming it low gives me little or no separation from the background. Powdering the bald head is not comfortable (as it is weird from their POV) for my male clients, besides I don't find it working that well anyway. Is there a trick?