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Well I think for a radical change you need to at least ask the opinion. Then you can decide whether you'll follow your bf's advice or not. In a couple, you look at life together. Unless your idea of a couple is you go and do whatever you please and he follows you like a little dog? Don't you ever listen to what your bf has to say and consider his point of view? Let's say you want to get a bald head. He probably wouldn't dump you for it. But if he feels less attracted to you or embarrassed by you, you will suffer from that too. So you might as well want to know in advance if you're taking this risk. Plus, good women like intelligent men, who are able to protect them from doing things they might regret. Maybe your boyfriend would talk you out of it or maybe, on the contrary, you would convince him it is a good idea. This is called communication. In a couple, iI think, the opinion of the one you love should matter. Of course it is your right to think only your opinion matters and to assume that you are always right and nobody else has anything interesting to say. Please don't wonder if you end up alone and unhappy. Kind regards.
Okay, anyone who says she deserved it are total fuckwits, along with the people saying "why would you do that, no guys like short hair!!!" Hey, did you EVER stop to think that what a girl does isn't always an effort to attract men? Have you ever thought, "wow, maybe that girl cut her hair short because SHE likes it like that, not because she's trying to get laid"? What is with all the shitheads assuming she got her hair cut for the sole purpose of impressing someone? If you didn't know it before, well now you do: women don't always give two fucks about what men think about them. She got a pixie cut because she likes pixie cuts, not because men like pixie cuts. Understand?
She thought he was "taken aback". And then she comes here and writes a FML about it. So obviously her boyfriend's opinion does matter and it does matter to her that she looks like a boy. Don't worry OP, it will grow back. Short hair can look very nice on a woman but not on all women. Actually the one who did something wrong here was the hairdresser, for not pointing out that that style could be a bad choice for her face. And for those who get offended easily, I didn't mean (above) that short hair makes everyone look boyish/lesbian, ok? Just like dyed blonde hair can look beautiful on some people and slutty on others. The same applies to miniskirts.
Oh god, I just imagined your boyfriend having to differentiate between you and your brother.
Hahaha. That sounds like the beginning of a bad porno. But, really, OP, if you like it.. Who cares? Maybe you look awful, but as long as you like it.. Keep it. Not much you can do, anyways. And who cares if your boyfriend said that? Sucks, but you ARE related to your short-haired brother. As long as he didn't fuck you right there and then, while screaming his name.. Just deal. It'll grow out.
You should've researched what face types look good with a pixie cut. There are only a couple women I've seen that look good with one. You either have to have really strong facial features or really pixie like ones, and more likely that not you won't have those kind of features. Good luck growing your hair out.
She should not only have researched it, she should imo also have asked her boyfriend what he thought of it, before getting her hair done. Personal freedom for the win and so on, but you are with two in a relationship. If you want to change something about yourself (tattoo, piercing, strange haircut, haircolor...), you should simply ask the other his opinion. He/she is the one who have to look at it. My boyfriend once choose to paint some of his long, darkbrown hair in a very light blonde. It looked gay. I found it awful, but I had to look at it for over a year. Then he found it awful and colored his hair back, but you still can see it. So, OP, YDI.
If you can't at least listen to your boyfriend's opinion when decided to drastically change something the relationship is doomed to fail. Not saying let him control you or anything but communication and compromise is everything in a successful relationship.
If you want that your relationship lasts longer than a year, yes, you need his/her approval if you're about to do something drastic about yourself. Would you like it if your partner 'ruined' his/her body in your eyes? No, you wouldn't. I have long hair, my boyfriend has forbidden me to shave it off, because he finds me beautiful how I am now. True beauty is inside, but the eyes want something too.
I agree. You should ask your significant other their opinion if you're to do anything drastic. That said, you don't HAVE to follow their advice. It is your body after all. But if they're adamant about not wanting you to shave your head, for example, you may not want to risk losing them over changing yourself that much. I didn't bother asking my boyfriend when I put hot pink streaks in my hair. And he didn't care, either! If I dyed my naturally medium brown hair blonde though, I'm sure he'd have an issue as he doesn't like blonde hair all that much. If I dyed my hair a chestnut brown I probably wouldn't ask him either because it's only a few shades darker than what I have. See where I'm going with this? You kind of have to judge what's "too much of a change" and what isn't... and if it's deemed "too much", you should probably ask him or her just to be safe.
what did you expect? 90% of all men HATE women with short hair. That's how it is. Short hair is just not as feminin as log hair, so most guys don't like it. Plus, really short hair really doesn't suit every girl, so after all: No surprise here...
what do you expect with statistics its an approximation and probably quite an accurate one, also 52 of course you should care what men think is attractive (if your straight of course) as its men that you would want to find you attractive. just as men have to worry about what women find attractive (again if their straight)
You thought that stare meant he was taken aback by how cute it was? Well, at least you're confident.