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Offline Perle

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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #40 on: July 02, 2017, 11:31:12 pm »
What about a high knot? If you don't like the knot, wear a hat. And do shat other posters have said. Get a stylist to work with you and trim monthly until it's past this stage.


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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #41 on: July 03, 2017, 04:47:47 am »
What about a high knot? If you don't like the knot, wear a hat. And do shat other posters have said. Get a stylist to work with you and trim monthly until it's past this stage.


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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #42 on: July 11, 2017, 11:31:07 am »
Do you think having longer hair makes one prone to hair loss?
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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #43 on: July 11, 2017, 01:13:31 pm »
Get the T out of the system and you will not loose hair simply because it is long. No way



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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #44 on: July 11, 2017, 01:32:52 pm »
I am glad i am not the only one in that awkward phase of hair. It is not short enough to style as a male much, but not long enough to do anything else. So yes I am using gel to help me do something. I am growing it out. In my job there are plenty with long hair as guys so I can blend in for now. This is a whole other discussion, lol.

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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #45 on: July 12, 2017, 11:09:04 pm »
I have been growing my hair out for over a year now and it has grown long enough to almost touch my shoulders.  My wife thinks I should get it trimmed for split ends.  It actually kind of scares me at the prospect of losing length.  I would love to get a cut in a more feminine style.  Not out yet, so I still need to mostly conceal it.  Growing my hair out has helped me Alot though.  Any suggestions?

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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #46 on: July 13, 2017, 09:01:54 am »
Do you think having longer hair makes one prone to hair loss?

No, simply having long hair does not cause hair loss. Some of the abusive things people sometimes do to their long hair can, though. Pulling very tight ponytails, using tight hair clips and putting some types of chemical treatments on you scalp can certainly contribute to hair loss. When you have long hair, the less you do to it, generally, the healthier it will be.

I have been growing my hair out for over a year now and it has grown long enough to almost touch my shoulders.  My wife thinks I should get it trimmed for split ends.  It actually kind of scares me at the prospect of losing length.  I would love to get a cut in a more feminine style.  Not out yet, so I still need to mostly conceal it.  Growing my hair out has helped me Alot though.  Any suggestions?

Yes. Stop trying to have two different things at once. If you are person who feels feminine and long hair is a part of that you are doing nothing but damage to yourself and your relationships with those around you if you hide it. Instead of "coming out", gradually show the world who you feel you are. It will be awkward at first, but in the long run it's less disturbing to people than abruptly announcing to them that you're a different gender.
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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #47 on: September 25, 2018, 11:09:32 am »
How should a professional woman style her hair? There is no single accurate answer for this question. Beyond individual preferences, the appropriate hairstyle depends on many factors, most importantly, the nature of her job. The job description of her chosen profession has a great influence on the way a woman should style her hair. But other factors also come into play, such as her other social roles and her personal goals. Sometimes, these factors have conflicting demands on her. For example, a woman might be an event planner who may need a glamorous long hairstyle, but she is also a new mom whose baby likes to grab her hair. Choosing the right hairstyle is achieving a compromise for all conflicting factors and still having a confident-boosting outward appearance. The following tips will be useful in helping you choose the appropriate professional hairstyle.

1: Redefine your job description

2: Don't forget the basics

3: Strive for an ageless style

If you are in your twenties, you can still copy a lot of the trendier hairstyles, even those that are considered extremes. But you must still consider the nature of your job. For example, if you are in the insurance business, you want your hairstyle to encourage your clients to have confidence in your professional abilities. That is, you don't want your clients to think that you are too young for your job.

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Re: Longer hairstyles?
« Reply #48 on: September 25, 2018, 03:09:47 pm »
Hi soloism,

Welcome to the site. Thanks for jumping right in and sharing your thoughts/experience. Very good thoughts to go through when trying new hair styles. Especially confidence boosting.

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