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02 Jan 2013, 3:34 pm

^^^
your hair is the same color as mine :o



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02 Jan 2013, 3:37 pm

auntblabby wrote:
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your hair is the same color as mine :o


:o Yeah!

Mine might be slightly more reddish.


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02 Jan 2013, 3:39 pm

At my age, I feel fortunate just to still have hair!


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02 Jan 2013, 5:52 pm

Fnord wrote:
At my age, I feel fortunate just to still have hair!

me also.



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02 Jan 2013, 6:15 pm

I'm a guy with long hair, been growing it out since I turned 18.

I was blessed with Aztec genes, so my hair is actually fairly manageable.

My ex and a friend of mine really like the long hair, so I haven't cut it, even though I wanted to. Plus you can feel the bumps on my head from curiosity in grade school when I have my hair short :lol:



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02 Jan 2013, 11:05 pm

What I like about having long hair is if I don't feel like having any of it against my skin, I can just quickly braid it or coil it into a bun/updo to get it out of the way. When it's down, it makes me feel a little more private/protected.


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02 Jan 2013, 11:24 pm

As you can see in the image my hair is very long. It seems to stop growing round about my waist. I usually wear it down and tucked behind my ears. If I need to look "smart" or I am performing a task which will be disrupted by loose hair then I will tie it back with a bobble - if I tie it back then I usually put it through the bobble once then pull it up into a sort of "bun" thing (not an actual bun though, it doesn't look as ridiculous as it sounds :P). I don't normally like to wear it tied back because I find that, even if it is fairly loose, having my hair tied back makes me a lot more likely to get a headache.

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02 Jan 2013, 11:33 pm

wish my hair were thick enough to stay untangled at that length.



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03 Jan 2013, 12:26 am

Time will catch up with me eventually haha. It does get horrifically, painfully tangled at times - sometimes I (briefly) think about shaving it all off. I am extremely change-averse however and I have also never found another hairstyle which suits me. I have always said that if I start to get extreme male pattern baldness then I will shave my hair off and just be totally bald instead. It's one extreme or the other for me I think.



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03 Jan 2013, 12:30 am

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Time will catch up with me eventually haha. It does get horrifically, painfully tangled at times - sometimes I (briefly) think about shaving it all off. I am extremely change-averse however and I have also never found another hairstyle which suits me. I have always said that if I start to get extreme male pattern baldness then I will shave my hair off and just be totally bald instead. It's one extreme or the other for me I think.

so you wouldn't think about wearing a wig at that point?



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03 Jan 2013, 1:46 am

I would probably benefit better from having short hair because I have a sensitivity issue where the slightest touch of hair to the skin drives me insane. Plus it's more work to maintain. But I love long hair and it makes me look beautiful, IMO. Short hair always made me look too dorky or cutesy.



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03 Jan 2013, 1:55 am

auntblabby wrote:
so you wouldn't think about wearing a wig at that point?


I had never considered that until now actually. I don't usually like things touching my skin - I can't wear a watch for example, a common problem around here I'm sure - and my suspicion is that a wig might also cause me pain or discomfort in a similar way. If you were to lose all of your hair tomorrow would you consider wearing a wig or would you go it bald?



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03 Jan 2013, 3:05 am

invisiblesilent wrote:
auntblabby wrote:
so you wouldn't think about wearing a wig at that point?


I had never considered that until now actually. I don't usually like things touching my skin - I can't wear a watch for example, a common problem around here I'm sure - and my suspicion is that a wig might also cause me pain or discomfort in a similar way. If you were to lose all of your hair tomorrow would you consider wearing a wig or would you go it bald?

i'm a bit vain so i'd get a wig yesterday. :oops:



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03 Jan 2013, 1:36 pm

MakaylaTheAspie wrote:
I've had my hair long and short. It's currently short, just falling below my jaw.

[img][800:600]http://i1182.photobucket.com/albums/x449/MakaylaTheAspie/C0EA2E91-orig.jpg[/img]


I generally prefer long hair, but this looks quite nice too.



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03 Jan 2013, 9:01 pm

I got my haircut in December. Makayla, love the new 'do. ;)


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04 Jan 2013, 12:08 am

Thanks, you two. :D


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