She asks me why I'm just a hairy guy I'm hairy noon and night Hair thats a fright I'm hair high and low Don't ask me why, don't know It's not for lack of bread Like the Greatful dead...................
Some women look good with short hair and others just don't. Annabelle should know this being a hair dresser and all.. Where would Dorothy Hamil of gone with out her short n sassy look? The reason why the WNBA looks like a bunch of horses playing basketball is because these girls are big and have long faces. This is because their heads are farther from the earth and gravity pulls harder on them. If they had long hair, they would just be tall freaks with long hair. That still does nothing to fix their beaver-like chompers. Tell them not to smile.......NURSE......
Like many have said, it depends on the woman, but there are a couple of styles that really catch my eye. I like the chin length bob a lot. I also like it real short. I think on the right woman that can be very sexy. An example would be Alyssa Milano on Charmed. At first when she cut it short I didn't like it. But then when I took a closer look, I thought, "Oh baby!".
Normal is a relative term. For some reason it is not a term my relatives use to describe me.
Shamalama, I agree. No offense to you ladies to do this, but I really am not into fake blonds. Especially when it conflicts with their skin tone and eye brows. Black eye brows and platinum blond just doesn't look right. Now, sometimes it looks nice if its lightend or darkened a bit. But total changes without regard to what may look natural, in my book, is not attractive.
Sorry, popping in on the middle of a topic. Haven't the time to go back and read what's been said so forgive me if I'm being redundant.
Yes, I think women should have hair.
For me, I like my hair long and NOT gray. I promise I will make it match my skin tone and compliment my eyebrows. Now can I have my bottle of Loriel back? I'm worth it. Promise!
Compassion is the sometimes fatal capacity for feeling what it is like inside somebody else's skin. It is the knowledge that there can never really be any peace and joy for me until there is peace and joy finally for you too. - Frederick Buechner
If society prospers at the expense of the intangibles, how can it be called progress?