what is more attractive for a lady, long or short hair?
tell me what you prefer
Yeah... it depends on the woman's looks and personality, and in my opinion I like long hair.
of course according to physiognomy long hair for a female is the sexiest
I agree it can depend, but in general, usually prefer long hair.
Whatever best suits her face, individual sense of style and her personality.
I'd say, in general, long hair is more attractive. It takes a very specific type of face (smaller, thinner, well-angled) to carry off a short haircut. Longer hair is more versatile and can enhance many different types of faces.
Long hair also signifies sexuality and through the ages, it's been a signal to the man of a woman's fertility. So there is a unconscious biologically-based reason that long hair on women is more attractive to men.
I like lady in long hair. But her smile is better than her hair.
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