And also 'before haircut' and 'after haircut'.
So tell me this:
1) Do you consider your hair to be better straight or better curly, longer or shorter when trying to impress?
2) Not to leave out those without hair, do you wear a hat when trying to impress or purposely not wear a hat (I mean like a fedora or Woundedby2's red hat).
3) Finally, pro or con on the hat with a feather.
1) I curl my hair to impress (but when flying it only lasts one day since my curling iron is huge and so is my hairdryer)
Always long hair for me.
2)Love playing with hats and I have some including a cowboy hat but dont wear them, too self conscious!!
3)My hats dont' have feathers but a small one would not be shunned.
1. How recently have I been to the salon. My stylist is the only person who straightens my hair with any skill. and
2. Is my daughter around. On the occasions when I have attempted to straighten my hair, I've mostly failed (I only do the top layer
). So, my dd will come in and with a typical sigh of teenage exasperation finish the job.
I don't do hats, I look like a dork. Literally.
I use dry shampoo for volume after washing on days I want it to look nice. Otherwise, I'm as lazy as you can be with hair. Shower, towel, comb, go.
Feathers are cool, but not as cool as bowties, fezs, and Stetsons.
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I like my hair all lengths, but have to have bangs of some sort, if that makes sense!
For dudes, I like bald, short hair and sometimes longish hair, but never styled girly. Hairy face, yes...bushy, no.
The only reason I would wear a hat is to cover a bad hair day!!
Hats are ball caps and only for serious activity, like hiking or the beach on a windy day. I love to hike, so I have a nice collection of hats. My favorites are my official NY Yankees cap and my 'Wicked' cap--because I am
Feathers would just be ridiculous on a ball cap
"There are times when our reality is nothing but pain, and to escape that pain the mind must leave reality behind." Patrick Rothfuss
In my effort to be *concise*, I often come off as blunt and harsh. Sorry, don't mean to be offensive.
Au natural all the way. At least til the windchill gets into the negatives. (at which point a feather would be a liability.)
Thanks for the heads up Gonna!
1) I like it curly but on,y if the weather is just right. An ounce of humidity (which is pretty much always) then it's up in a pony tail or a bun. I do like it straight and I think I look more Chinese with straight hair but it takes for.ev.er. to straighten. But always long...and lots of product, straight or curly, if I'm going somewhere important.
2) I've been told I look good in hats but I don't wear them.
Confronted him: 12/22/2011
This is the most difficult thing I've ever done.
2. JM shaves his head. He almost always used to wear a ball cap, but has not worn a hat as much. His head makes me SWOON. It is so freaking sexy I can't contain myself sometimes. And now he has grown a very nice, neat beard and that drives me crazy too.
3. No opinion whatsoever.
To look nice for a dinner or something I will either take the time to blow dry it and add some product for curl, or straighten it. Otherwise it's wavy and weird and drives me nuts.
And I have no opinion on hats because my head is a pumpkin and they look ridiculous on me
Not really into styling other than pulling it into a tail for work. Other than that, I wear it down. Product doesn't really work for me either. To keep curls in it, I'd have to use loads of hairspray. Otherwise, they fall out in minutes.
I'm thinking of getting it cut this summer because even though it's thin and fine, it still gets hot.
As for shower time, it's shampoo, rince, conditioner, rinse, towel dry and brush.
All affairs are variations on a theme. No one has 'Beethoven's 5th' to everyone else's 'Chopsticks'.
2. Hats/caps don't usually look that good on me, so it's rare that I wear one.
3. Feathers? Only if you are at the Kentucky Derby.
Generally I like to leave it curly, because it's easier. If I really want it straight, I will put it in a bun when I get out of the shower, leave it that way overnight, and then try straitening it the next day. But it's too much work for me to do that very often.
I will get it cut about once a year, usually right before summer. It's way too much hair to have to deal with going to the beach/pool. I get it cut to right under my ears, just enough that I can pull it into a tiny ponytail if I want to.
My H is bald (well at least partially, he shaves the rest). He likes to wear hats in the winter, because they keep his head warm. I personally like the beanie hat style, fedoras not so much, and hat's with feathers are best left for horse races or old lady's at church.
Trust is like paper. Once it's crumpled it can never be perfect again.
He has however started what was a joke at first. Someone asked him "So what are you going to do when it all falls out."
He said "I'll start a jaunty cap collection of course"
That year everyone we knew bought him "jaunty hats" for Christmas and he wears caps and neat hats all the time now
Right now I'm debating growing dreads...
"Your secrets keep you sick"