Re: Considering shorter long hair length


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Posted by Darrin (other posts) on September 30, 2020 at 17:19:11 Previous Next

In Reply to: Re: Considering shorter long hair length posted by Jerry on September 29, 2020 at 17:18:58:

: Like you Todd, I am also a big fan of one length haircuts. Had long hair of various lengths through the years and blunt trims always look the best, Super blunt long hair is very rare on men but it looks great in a ponytail or braid and gives the impression that you really want long hair and want to keep it nice.

: The downside of one length is that there is not as much movement when you wear it down as opposed to wearing some layers Or a soft U.

: When done right, one length haircuts look fantastic in lower back length hair, as it gets closer to waist I think some layers are necessary or it looks heavy.

: : I've found that going much beyond about belt-length, there comes a point where the hair is too easily damaged, or caught on things, or sat upon. So for the past few years, I have been keeping the ends trimmed and the surprise benefit from all this trimming is that the ends are much fuller and less "see-through" and as such the hair looks much longer! My own preference is to keep it trimmed straight across (my mom calls it a "little girl's style") but that is how I like it. Another surprise bonus is that with the blunt ends, new growth is much more obvious than when the ends are very thin and a million different lengths, and thus it "looks" longer even if it really isn't.


Itís a personal preference but regarding my hair I donít care for layers. Prefer one length cut straight across with no fairy tale ends. Like Marsha Brady lol

Darrin






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