I can't think of one, nor can I find an example online. Thank you.

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    Do you mean naturally bald, like Picard? The priests and healer in the answer below have no hair on their scalps, which may be a grooming choice due to their professions.
    – Gaultheria
    Commented Jun 7, 2017 at 5:47
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    Evolution could have selected for a full head of hair in Vulcan bipeds, as protection against bright sunlight in thin air; it seems to have worked that way for the inner eyelid. Perhaps Vulcan's sun doesn't produce as much ultraviolet light and cancer risk as ours, though.
    – Gaultheria
    Commented Jun 7, 2017 at 6:11
  • Yes, naturally bald, not shaved bald.
    – 2540625
    Commented Jun 7, 2017 at 17:11

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Yes, several.

Unnamed Kolinahr Master from Star Trek: The Motion Picture:

a bald Vulcan with very large ears wearing a grey robe

A priest and his attendant from Star Trek III: The Search for Spock:

a bald Vulcan wearing a white robe a Vulcan wearing a large white hood, his bald scalp barely visible

And this healer form the Star Trek: The Animated Series -- "Yesteryear":

a bald Vulcan, animated, with a long scraggly white beard wearing a green robe



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