Well, I suppose when I write “long” I mean about shoulder length which is usually considered long to everyone else but is rather short if you’re in the longhair circuit.
It seems I’m seeing more and more longhaired men wearing their hair in a knot.
I absolutely approve of this trend!
The dominant style seems to be slightly choppy/layered shoulder length hair in a ponytail pulled half through and halfway bunned so the result is slightly messy and more like a knot. Without a handful of glossy gel, it leans more to a warrior knot than that slicked 80es drug dealer-look.
Hah, I’m not the only one who realised it’s a trend: Link, link and link.
I see there is some controversy on calling it “buns”. I suggest “knot” instead of bun. At least on what I have seen being popular around me; it really isn’t a fully formed bun.
Never dated one though. I had my eyes on one once: Tall, intelligent, interesting and funny IT engineer student with mid back length blonde hair. But at the time I was in another relationship. When we broke up, the long haired guy had just cut his hair! It was the only time I ever found myself being disappointed or annoyed that someone had cut their hair.
Since I at that time was at a university inOf course it wasn’t the hair I was interested in, but shortly after I found myself in a relationship with a different tall, intelligent, interesting and funny IT engineer who was going bald but still had short blonde hair.
that produced various forms
of engineers, I was surrounded by tall, intelligent, interesting and funny
engineering students with blonde hair. The long haired guy stood out. Then he
cut it. Meh, it’s not my place to judge people for what they do to their hair,
but I was still disappointed that day. Denmark
Here is some eye candy for everyone: Sites dedicated solely to men with long hair!
Well, boring blah-blah aside, I definitely approve of this trend and I definitely approve of longhaired men! Yum.