Long hair on a woman’s head that is in good to great condition is a marker for health. It also indicates that a woman has plenty of time on her hands for maintenance, which may be a negative. Some women cut their hair. There are of course those “woke” ones who want to look as unattractive as possible to men and afterwards justify their man-hating with the fact that Chad and Tyrone don’t even go near her with a ten-foot pole.
You hardly ever see older women with longer hair. The often-used justification is that it “takes too much time”. What is instead happening, though, is that due to deteriorating health, their hair starts to look frizzy. While well-kept long hair is attractive, the opposite is true for hair in poor condition. Thus, women do the obvious and chop it off.
Don’t believe their lies! Short hair is simply the lesser of two evils. Healthy long hair would look better, but since they could only offer long hair in poor health, they cut it off to “demonstrate their independent-mindedness” or something along those lines. Yet, with short hair and plenty of haircare products, it is easer to pretend that their hair is still great. It’s like someone sprinting for 10 meters and claiming that he could keep this up for 100 m but chose not to. It’s not a choice, it’s an excuse.
Only very good looking (young) women can get away with short hair. Yet, they would nonetheless look better with longer hair. For a great example, look up Sinéad O’Connor. First, track down the music video of her only hit (“Nothing compares to you”), and then check out the trainwreck she is today. She still wears her hair short, but you no longer think that this is “bold” or a “sign of empowerment”. Instead, you wonder if she’s been undergoing chemo therapy.
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