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Men With Long Hair, Pros And Cons From a Woman's Perspective

Updated on October 22, 2008

For some reason I have always hated guys with long hair. I dated like 3 guys who wore their hair long after we broke up, I guess just to spite me.

Anyway, one ex had his hair way long. Like about 24 inches long. Since it was his first time to grow his hair that long. It look liked he never even conditioned it. He rarely ties it, his reason, I don't have anything to tie it with. Honestly I don't think there's a Guy store specifically open and selling hair accessories for men.

I guess the pros are 1. You might look cool and hot if you are Brad Pitt in the movie Legends of the Fall.

2. You might look sleek because you know how to wear your hair right.

The cons are 1. You just have to be more sensitive in taking care of your hair. Like conditioning it, blow drying it, or hot oiling it at least once in your life time.

2.You just have to be more feminine in grooming yourself.

I hope this helps. I know some men really don't care what they look like, but really guys, there's nothing wrong in trying to look neat and good.

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      kevsteer 6 years ago

      hey there is nothing wrong about men having long hair. In fact I'm fighting to have it long. Its a way to express yourself. Screw what people think, you woman fought for your rights, and now its time we men fight for ours!!

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