My dad has long hair and it's always neatly in a ponytail or queue.
(He's the one wearing the black t-shirt.) When I first laid eyes on my (now ex) boyfriend he had, among other yummy physical attributes, the most gorgeous thick, should length hair.
It and he were quite strking, and boy did he know how hot he looked. After I got to know him up close and personal like, I realized that however well hidden, his hairline was receding quite a bit at the temples.
As attractive as I had always found him, he looked so much better than I could ever have imagined.
Now when he laments his lost locks I can't begin to tell him how much better he looks sans hair, and that is saying a lot in his case. I hold the same standards for men as I do for women when it comes to long hair. You're either business all the time or party all the time.
“Thomas Sully 001 detail 1″ by Thomas Sully – The Yorck Project: 10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei. What to look for: Hair parted in the front with a bun set back halfway.
Sides of hair should be smoothly waved and ears still hidden by puffs.What to look for: Shorter hair, pulled back from the sides pulled on top of the head or curled into ringlets.Shorter bangs were sometimes cut for an extra feminine touch and ears were shown.Thin hair, almost without exclusion, should be kept short.I love well maintained and even dreds on just about anyone, but hate uneven (some thick, some thin, some just huge frigin' mats of hair) dirty hippie dreds on everybody. I used to, during my teens/early-20s, I associated long-hair with being bohemian and free-spirited and all that.If hair was worn over the ears, puffs were no longer worn. Female children wore their hair similarly at times, but with just one side curled and puffed, held in place with grease.