Mossie · 13/03/2007 15:41
Depends what you've had done, and how often you'd do it yourself anyway. So if it's a cut and blow dry, and every day you do your hair slightly differently (so tied back some days, blow dried the others) then he probably won't realise.
But if you've had it cropped, or the colour changed, then yes I'd expect him to notice!
ElenyaTuesday · 13/03/2007 17:14
Conversation with dh when I returned from the hairdressers, after he failed to notice I had had my hair dyed!
Me: "Do you notice anything different?"
(BTW I know men are terrified of that question )
Me: "I've had my hair dyed."
DH (looking frantic): "Oh", slight pause, "What colour is it?"
tribpot · 13/03/2007 20:02
Surely standard behaviour. When I had inches lopped off my hair, my dh didn't even notice, one bloke at work said "you have had your hair cut" and that was basically as good as it got!
My mum likes to challenge my step-dad to name the colour of certain curtains, like those at the window above the kitchen sink. Now, my step-dad is a fully-paid-up member of the New Man Club, does nearly all the cooking and lots of the washing up too, and he has never been able to name the colour of any curtain in their house. They just don't see it.
TimeWarp00 · 10/11/2022 14:13
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