Do most women like the buzz cut?

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Do most women like the buzz cut?

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Post by EvilLocks » 1 month ago

Exodus wrote: 1 month ago That picture :shock:
I LOL'd :D I highly doubt that pea sized bun will make him look 1 inch taller xD

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Do most women like the buzz cut?

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Post by rclark » 1 month ago

Exodus wrote: 1 month ago That picture :shock:
That previous picture was me: :lol:

This is what I mean by balancing out a too vertical shaped head. I'm growing my hair longer
on the sides to balance out my head shape.
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The trick is to grow your hair longer on the sides, over your ears. This will add volume to a
vertically shaped face. I plan on growing my hair longer. I had a long buzz cut two months ago, so
it's going to take me a few months.


A flattop hair cut, or any hairstyle where I had volume on top and not the sides might make
a vertically shaped head look "cartoonish".

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Judging by the pictures I saw on hairlosstalk, @Exodus, in my own opinion , I
think you have the same issue I do.

So, the key is to grow it longer around the ears. As you can see, I'm at least a Norwood Four (hair line wise,
I'm beyond three at this point).

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Do most women like the buzz cut?

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Post by H. Bimmler » 1 month ago

rclark wrote: 1 month ago That previous picture was me: :lol:

This is what I mean by balancing out a too vertical shaped head. I'm growing my hair longer
on the sides to balance out my head shape.

20200820.jpg

The trick is to grow your hair longer on the sides, over your ears. This will add volume to a
vertically shaped face. I plan on growing my hair longer. I had a long buzz cut two months ago, so
it's going to take me a few months.


A flattop hair cut, or any hairstyle where I had volume on top and not the sides might make
a vertically shaped head look "cartoonish".


dilbert.png


Judging by the pictures I saw on hairlosstalk, @Exodus, in my own opinion , I
think you have the same issue I do.

So, the key is to grow it longer around the ears. As you can see, I'm at least a Norwood Four (hair line wise,
I'm beyond three at this point).
Depends on the head. I have a wide head... so side hair doesn't suit me.

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