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Ok, so I spoke to people on here. I asked for recommendations on a local mailing list. I went to a hairdresser who was strongly recommended. And I don't like the cut. It's early days, he just did it today, but I wanted to keep some length, I wanted a bit of life, and I didn't want a cut that needs gel. I got a short cut that (in theory) needs gel.Was my mistake dressing in shorts and a tshirt? Do they give you a more 'girly' cut if you dress like a girl? Gah.
oh no, thought you were worried by the earlier thread.
i think if you (ahem) alittle older than 30 short hair cuts always require 'product'. i recommend bed head 'hard to get' to reduce the well used tennis ball effect.i am sure you look lovely you just have to get used to it.i always wear makeup and nice clothes for a haircut.
I never wear makeup.And product is really not me. I spend a lot of time on my bike (helmet) or otherwise wearing a hat (sun or winter), or climbing, or running. The combination of product + sweat + headgear = disaster, doesn't it?Worried by what earlier thread?
Ok, it looks better now I've showered. God it looked assy styled the way he'd done it.
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