Females - is this an attractive hairstyle?

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dylantombides
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I'm interested to know what girls would think of this hairstyle on a guy

http://www.mensxp.com/grooming/hair-...e-haircut.html
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It looks nice from the front but totally hideous from every other angle. I don't like it.
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(Original post by Short Story Long)
It looks nice from the front but totally hideous from every other angle. I don't like it.
Yeah I agree.
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for a head on view its nice, but from the sides ....not so much. So all in all ima say that i don't like it.
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its nice from the front but looks weird from the side
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Makes the wearer look like they've escaped from some sort of secure institution.
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Seriously what's wrong with calling them women or girls? "Females" is so weird.
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I don't like it. It doesn't suit his face either.
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1. "Females" Ok David

2. Looks too military for me

3. I'm not a girl but oh well
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(Original post by tengentoppa)
Seriously what's wrong with calling them women or girls? "Females" is so weird.
Because the age range on this site, some would be "girls" others would be "women" and "females" covers both.
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looks like a high undercut

its too high
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Looks stupid - even when accompanied with Pitt's agreeable face.

(Original post by tengentoppa)
Seriously what's wrong with calling them women or girls? "Females" is so weird.
Do scientific words intimidate you?

(Original post by Qymberley)
I've seen quite a few males with this haircut
Oh no! She's referring to us as "males" and even emboldened the word! I'm so creeped out! Don't be so creepy pls!!!

(Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
Why doesn't anyone ever say, "males" when describing men?
Plenty of people do, including myself. Put the feminism away.
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(Original post by dylantombides)
I'm interested to know what girls would think of this hairstyle on a guy

http://www.mensxp.com/grooming/hair-...e-haircut.html
I've seen quite a few males with this haircut, and i think it's pretty hard to manage, it looks amazing and super swoon-worthy when it's freshly cut, but when the top bit starts to grow out and gets too long thats when you start looking like a macklemore wannabe and it just doesn't work out. Imho, i prefer a guy who has hair i can touch and ruffle around and won't be afraid of it messing up
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(Original post by MJ1012)
Because the age range on this site, some would be "girls" others would be "women" and "females" covers both.
Why doesn't anyone ever say, "males" when describing men?

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(Original post by A Perfect Circle)
Looks stupid - even when accompanied with Pitt's agreeable face.



Do scientific words intimidate you?
No, but they do irritate me when used needlessly.
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Horrendous and reminds me slightly of Joey Essex...Sorry but not for me!
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(Original post by tengentoppa)
No, but they do irritate me when used needlessly.
How illuminatin-oh *******s!
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(Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
Why doesn't anyone ever say, "males" when describing men?

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They do. That's why we have the word "males."
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(Original post by A Perfect Circle)
Looks stupid - even when accompanied with Pitt's agreeable face.



Do scientific words intimidate you?



Oh no! She's referring to us as "males" and even emboldened the word! I'm so creeped out! Don't be so creepy pls!!!



Plenty of people do, including myself. Put the feminism away.
I actually went back to put the male part in bold, i realised i unintentionally do it as well don't know what the problem is with using females/males.
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(Original post by Qymberley)
I actually went back to put the male part in bold, i realised i unintentionally do it as well don't know what the problem is with using females/males.
Aha I see. For us normal people, there isn't a problem. As I've mentioned before, being a scientist involved in biology, I use both terms all the time out of habit.

It's just that there are many people out there who are so boring, they have to look for things to get offended by. Quite pathetic if you ask me.

But anyway, back on topic, get a different haircut!
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