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« Reply #285 on: June 22, 2020, 04:58:43 AM »

Her accent is annoying, IMO.

...so is she Snare

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« Reply #286 on: June 22, 2020, 10:34:49 AM »

Wow, she has really lightened her hair. I like the idea of a bob hairstyle but she is way too attached to her long hair.

Sadly too many women over 35 are attached to their long hair even if it ages them.  Sad

A while ago I encountered some prejudice and opinions of (Dutch) men about Dutch women. A.o. wondering why Dutch women start to have short hair after a certain age (I believe >30 years). Apparently according to a poll they prefer long hair above short hair, but many Dutch women go short. And the men mentioned it doesn't suit all women.

Currently my hair is relatively long again. I used to have layers in my hair, but the longest part is now in between my shoulder blades. Not having seen the hairdresser for > 1.5 years. Not even for the ends.

I had really long (lower part of my back) hair as a child, but have it cut up to my shoulders at 15. Since then it just got shorter and stayed short. My last coupe before letting it grow again was a bobline.



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« Reply #287 on: June 22, 2020, 12:18:31 PM »

Iím 34 and I have long hair and no plans about changing that. Because itís practical and it suits me. Smiley

The thing is, I donít think long hair particularly works with Maryís facial shape.
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« Reply #288 on: June 22, 2020, 01:06:02 PM »

Wow, she has really lightened her hair. I like the idea of a bob hairstyle but she is way too attached to her long hair.

Sadly too many women over 35 are attached to their long hair even if it ages them.  Sad

A while ago I encountered some prejudice and opinions of (Dutch) men about Dutch women. A.o. wondering why Dutch women start to have short hair after a certain age (I believe >30 years). Apparently according to a poll they prefer long hair above short hair, but many Dutch women go short. And the men mentioned it doesn't suit all women.

Currently my hair is relatively long again. I used to have layers in my hair, but the longest part is now in between my shoulder blades. Not having seen the hairdresser for > 1.5 years. Not even for the ends.

I had really long (lower part of my back) hair as a child, but have it cut up to my shoulders at 15. Since then it just got shorter and stayed short. My last coupe before letting it grow again was a bobline.  And afterwards I guess that was the best hairdo with regard to my facial features and shape (I have a long and narrow shaped face).




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« Reply #289 on: June 22, 2020, 06:45:55 PM »

I don't think age and hair length should matter much but the reality is when you are menopausal like me your hair starts thinning big time. Not like male pattern baldness just kind of ratty looking. If you have seen the recent ads with Mary Lou Retton you know what I mean. So short hair is just a better and tidier response to that. And after menopause who cares what the boys think anyway!!
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« Reply #290 on: June 22, 2020, 10:05:08 PM »

The idea that long hair on "mature women" looks off, is old and IMO belongs to the very same idea that believes women of a certain age should e.g. no longer wear shorts, but rather decent capris ( ) or lady-bermudas or actually much better: skirts. And no trainers either, but rather sensible loafer.
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What women of all ages should do is have a good look in the mirror, see what suits them - if you have more hair on your upper lip than your head or the folds above your knees have their own folds as well - then perhaps a different fashion approach is called for?
Or perhaps not, because really in the end what makes you feel really attractive very often makes attractive. So throw all these "a woman of this and that age should.." out of the window!!
...says Fairy, who has to blow out more candles on her birthday cake than she cares for and who wears her fairy-red locks looong and her fairy shorts and shirts short.
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« Reply #291 on: June 22, 2020, 10:14:43 PM »

The idea that long hair on "mature women" looks off, is old and IMO belongs to the very same idea that believes women of a certain age should e.g. no longer wear shorts, but rather decent capris ( ) or lady-bermudas or actually much better: skirts. And no trainers either, but rather sensible loafer.
Seriously!
What women of all ages should do is have a good look in the mirror, see what suits them - if you have more hair on your upper lip than your head or the folds above your knees have their own folds as well - then perhaps a different fashion approach is called for?
Or perhaps not, because really in the end what makes you feel really attractive very often makes attractive. So throw all these "a woman of this and that age should.." out of the window!!
...says Fairy, who has to blow out more candles on her birthday cake than she cares for and who wears her fairy-red locks looong and her fairy shorts and shirts short.

Amen to that. Star
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« Reply #292 on: June 22, 2020, 10:15:30 PM »

The idea that long hair on "mature women" looks off, is old and IMO belongs to the very same idea that believes women of a certain age should e.g. no longer wear shorts, but rather decent capris ( ) or lady-bermudas or actually much better: skirts. And no trainers either, but rather sensible loafer.
Seriously!
What women of all ages should do is have a good look in the mirror, see what suits them - if you have more hair on your upper lip than your head or the folds above your knees have their own folds as well - then perhaps a different fashion approach is called for?
Or perhaps not, because really in the end what makes you feel really attractive very often makes attractive. So throw all these "a woman of this and that age should.." out of the window!!
...says Fairy, who has to blow out more candles on her birthday cake than she cares for and who wears her fairy-red locks looong and her fairy shorts and shirts short.

 Star Fairy, youíre my hero.
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« Reply #293 on: June 22, 2020, 10:21:17 PM »

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« Reply #294 on: June 23, 2020, 08:29:27 AM »

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« Reply #295 on: June 23, 2020, 09:28:27 AM »

The idea that long hair on "mature women" looks off, is old and IMO belongs to the very same idea that believes women of a certain age should e.g. no longer wear shorts, but rather decent capris ( ) or lady-bermudas or actually much better: skirts. And no trainers either, but rather sensible loafer.
Seriously!
What women of all ages should do is have a good look in the mirror, see what suits them - if you have more hair on your upper lip than your head or the folds above your knees have their own folds as well - then perhaps a different fashion approach is called for?
Or perhaps not, because really in the end what makes you feel really attractive very often makes attractive. So throw all these "a woman of this and that age should.." out of the window!!
...says Fairy, who has to blow out more candles on her birthday cake than she cares for and who wears her fairy-red locks looong and her fairy shorts and shirts short.

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« Reply #296 on: June 23, 2020, 12:03:46 PM »

I am body-positive in real life (I hope) but dishing on Yrma I make an exception for because she is vain, shallow, and clearly weight-obsessed.
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« Reply #297 on: June 24, 2020, 05:35:16 PM »

I said too many not all.  I have a couple of friends who have hair long enough to sit on- one looks great with her long hair, she keeps it tidy and almost always tied back in some way. The other, not so much.  Smiley
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« Reply #298 on: June 24, 2020, 08:29:16 PM »

I said too many not all.  I have a couple of friends who have hair long enough to sit on- one looks great with her long hair, she keeps it tidy and almost always tied back in some way. The other, not so much.  Smiley



Yes, a lot depends on the styling.   Mary, Sofia of Sweden and a lot of other royal ladies would benefit from a fresh hairstyle (even keeping much of their length).   The corona crisis did me a favor in one respect, I was able to grow my hair from a short layered look to shoulder length and after some recent styling I like it very much.  I didn't have the patience to grow it out before   
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« Reply #299 on: June 24, 2020, 10:14:55 PM »

I am body-positive in real life (I hope) but dishing on Yrma I make an exception for because she is vain, shallow, and clearly weight-obsessed.

She is a public figure struggeling with a lot of aspects of it - her husband did not turn out to be Prince charming, etc. So altering her appearance might be one of the easier things to do, as she can not change Frodo, or become more likeable, or ...
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