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20 / M / Eng Land
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Posted 10/18/13 , edited 10/18/13
I've not had one haircut that I like. I've had about 2 which suited me in the eyes of others, both of which were spiked up styles. As a guy who prefers to look more sophisticated it's not really what I like the look of. My last haircut saw me given hair advice by a lesbian with a red-dyed mohican.
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Posted 10/18/13
I don't know how to describe haircuts, but I know more or less exactly what I want. So I just do it myself. There were a few screw-ups when I started, but I'm good enough now to get almost exactly what I'm aiming for. Thinking about growing it long though, so I'll probably need a professional to keep it from looking revolting.
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39 / colorful colorado
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Posted 10/18/13
Only once a year. Never liked haircuts.
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19 / M / Ljubljana, Slovenia
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Posted 10/18/13
I tend to get my hair cut my a family friend that has been cutting my hair for several years. I once went to some salon because she was out of town, and the woman was scary as hell. O_o It's just more relaxing to have your hair cut my someone you know.
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24 / cheesecakes
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Posted 10/18/13
I like the place I go to, it's a korean hair salon and everyone there is really nice. They do a really good job too so I keep going there.
One thing though one of the hairdressers wanted to cut my hair because she thought it's too long .u.
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26 / F
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Posted 10/18/13
Tend to let my childhood friend cut my hair. I'm so particular with how I want my hair done... Its very hard to not get ticked off any time I go into a salon. At least when its my friend I know I have to be a little decent when I mishap occurs.
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36 / M / Corvallis, OR
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Posted 10/18/13
I used to have long hair, but one summer I got fed up with it, got out the clippers, donated 38 inches to locks of love. now I just shave it with electric clippers every few weeks. Way easier, and shampoo costs are down
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19 / F / Behind you.
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Posted 10/19/13
For years, I had nooo clue what kind of hairstyle looked good on me. I liked bangs, but always thought I looked terrible with them, since whenever I tried to cut them myself, they were always too short. D: I know I don't look very good with short hair. After I finally got a good hairstylist a year or two ago who gave me the correct length for bangs (Longer than my eyebrows), I looked so much better. ^_^

My brother, however, aaaalways got hair that was too short. He looks super douchey with short hair. xD
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20 / F / SuG Land
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Posted 10/19/13 , edited 10/19/13
All I do is trim the ends when they get split ends. Other than that i don't cut cuz my dad will kill me if i do
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Posted 10/19/13
Oh my. I remember this one really bad haircut I got. I wanted a fringe and so they gave me one, but it didn't look good on me and it was waaay to short for my massive forehead. So had to wear a headband every day for at least - i dunno - 3 months? Ahahaha
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31 / F
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Posted 11/2/13
I always had long, thick, curly hair. It's generally only 'cute' as a child. People say I'm lucky to have hair like that, but only when they have straight hair do they say such things. In reality, they had no idea how heavy, hot, frizzy, tangled, poofy and generally troublesome it was!

When I was 11, my mother took me to get it cut and I do not recall just what she said to the stylist, but I only recall that the outcome was my having a mullet. It was 1996. The Macarena was in, but mullets were definitely out, especially for a female. Since it was in the summer right before school started, I began middle school with a freshly cut mullet and my curly frizz took the liberty of sticking up on my noggin for a year at least before it grew out to a proper length to style it differently. In the meantime, I became an object of a lot of laughter in my new school where I was the small fry, so I blame my horrid hatred of middle school on the stylist May her shears be cursed to break forevermore when she handles them!

I gave up a year ago and cut it to a typical 'boy' cut, very, very short. It only took 27 years
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28 / F / irst
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Posted 11/2/13
I've never been to a pro haircutter. I figure I can give myself a bad haircut for free, or I can pay someone else $20+ to give me a bad haircut. I've heard too many horror stories from my cousins who also have thick hair, and how they have had troubles finding a stylist who could cut their hair to match its "behavior." Proper hair-cutting is more than just knowing how to chop, it's also knowing what the hair will do AFTER you chop.

My mom always cut my hair, then in my teens, I started cutting my hair myself. It took about a year to figure out what looked good and what didn't. Now I let it grow out for a year or so, then hack it to a short bob.
Posted 11/2/13
I had a really bad haircut when I was 13 that basically resembled a mullet, so I guess that was the most memorable. I go to a professional salon now and she does a really good job tbh.
Posted 11/17/13 , edited 11/17/13
Never cut it myself.

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24 / F / USA
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Posted 11/17/13
I cut my own hair after a lady cut off much more of my hair than I told her to; big difference between 2 inches and 7 inches!
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