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I am a woman who has always had a thing for long-haired men. I'm not obligated to list every holiday here, am I? -Katie In my opinion Michael Jackson had the most gorgeous hair EVER all his life, but esp.
men wear their hair short and women wear it longer).
However, when a man is shy and lacks social confidence, long hair can make him look like a bit of a loser or social outcast. Intelligent Long hair on a man is often associated with him being more of an intellectual, studious type of guy than an outdoorsy, hands-on kind of guy.
Obviously, there are always exceptions to every rule, but sporty guys who live an active lifestyle are less likely to have long hair simply because it gets in the way. Carefree Many guys have long hair for no reason other than it suits their lifestyle.
I don't have any tattoos or piercings, neither do I smoke, drink, take drugs or anything else that makes me more "Alternative". Either that, or keep your long hair and accept that a smaller percentage of women will find that attractive. While these men see themselves as rugged individuals, they all look the same. Maybe I should go ahead and do that if it helps out! If he has long hair because: his job requires him to do so... If women are turned off by your hair, I suggest it's more likely because it looks scraggly and scruffy then because it's long.
Unfortunately it seems like I am being stereotyped at first glance, is there anyway around this? One fact of life is that people WILL stereotype you based on how you look. Instead of arguing with reality, accept it and work with it. Have a friend take TWO DOZEN well-lit outdoor pictures. What I find repulsive is older men sporting grey ponytails, balding on top with scraggly, unkempt white beards. Sorry, I mistook you for another long-haired musician on Profile Review. or he has a image to keep up at work ( shampoo model ??? someone who plays football for the Pittsburgh steelers and known for his hair, does TV commercials, the model of a cover of a series of romance novels..growing it because he is in a movie and the character must have long hair...there is no problem ..................... Where does it say in the rule book you need to have long hair to be a musician? You look younger than the poster to whom Literate Hiker referred, but all is quite fine.
The point is not to try them, the point is to wish someone else would make your hair look like that, then realize they won't, and move on with your life.4.
In our purse, on our wrist, in the shower, on the counter. Even if we only kind of wanted to put our hair up, knowing that we can't do that unless we track down a nearby CVS and buy another 4,000 of them (they only come in 4,000 packs, BTW) is maddening and similar to when the Hulk becomes the Hulk. No, she is probably never going to try any of the elaborate hairstyles she is constantly obsessing over on Instagram.
Nah, I'm too lazy to have to style it and keep getting it cut all the time. My hair grows crazy and sticks out in the darnedest ways when it is short. It's something you control, so it's in the same category as being slim / fit or having a nice smile and the look in one's eyes.
On the surface, I'm just an outdoorsy, country-bred gal, yet I've traveled & learned & become a bit cultured over the years; uncomplicated yet complex...
Plus it is thick straight and very shiny and I get compliments on it all of the time... My grandmother had hair all the way down to her ankles.... I just look better with longer hair, so I let it grow.