So I went to Supercuts the other day.
At first, I hated my haircut. After a few days, I got used to it. I realize that no one ever likes their haircut right after you get it. But now as a jaded adult, I realize that no one ever likes when someone else gets a haircut either. Deep down you either hate their haircut or you hate the fact that they can pull the style off and you can't or don't have the stones to try. See: girls & pixie cuts. If I hear one more girl say that she LOOOVVVVESESESESESESESESE someone else's hair, but could just not pull it off, I'm going to Michelle Williams her hair myself.
I agree that some looks don't work with some people. Take my "long hair is for tall men" theory. Girls love a guy with long hair. Oh? You don't think so? Really?
I'm about 5'7" (if you're being nice). Being short, if I were to have long hair, it actually makes me look shorter. Oh? You don't think so? Really?
|"Hey ladyz..." x 4|
Yes - If you really want to impress a girl, notice her haircut. OR ask every girl you know every few weeks if she did something different to her hair. If she didn't, this still subtly insinuates that you like what she's doing with her hair that day. And if she really DID do something to her hair, then look who just climbed out of the friend zone. You're welcome.
|"How did I not fictionally come up with that?"|
Everyone loves when someone notices something different about them. Just the other day, I had this encounter with a coworker I hadn't seen in awhile:
Female coworker: You look skinny. Have you lost weight?My apparently-still-fat cheeks were blushing.
Me: I don't know. I shaved my beard.
Female coworker: Yeah. Nevermind. That's it.
I agree that a bad haircut can ruin your day. But take comfort in the fact that at the end of the day, it's probably grown out enough to where no one will notice.
With shear sincerity,
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