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Is long hair always better on women?? watch


    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Men say that they prefer long hair in women however Ive always thought that long hair doesnt suit me. Ive never known how to style it proper its always been in a long bob and is very wavy. Someone at uni said i had crap hair Another time i came in one morning and someone said jesus it looks like you had a rough night (some outspoken woman). My ex bf said the worst thing about me was my hair.
    My mum said it suits me much better shorter and ny grandma said i looked like a drag with long hair lol (im only talking mid neck/shoulder length). She said i look happier with short hair. People also generally say I look better with my hair tied back however its not that comfortable tbh.

    I see myself in the mirror and it does make me look very sulky with hair at shoulder length. Ive had it short and the past and thought it suited me but most guys say that 99% of men prefer long hair.

    Im sure this doesnt apply to me though. I already struggle to attract men (my personality is quiet/offish im bad at chit chat). I want to look good but am just confused anout the best thing to do with my hair.
    Whenever i see a universal in the tittle i automatically say no because there will always be a situation no matter how ridiculous that the particular of your statement will be true for example long hair is sometimes better on women
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