Originally posted by oceanharlot@Nov 17 2004, 11:55 PM In my graduation photos, I'm accepting my diploma as my principal comments on "I'll sure miss that hair!" (butthole! I was president of 8 clubs and all he will remember me for is my hair? grr)
and Emilie, I know what you mean, the last time I got my hair cut aboove shoulder length I nearly cried
I think that if you have a small pretty face, short hair is much more flattering!
For me personally, if its past my shoulders its too long, now my hair is very short (alla meg ryan when very short) and it emphasizes my features and face. I cut it 2 months ago when it was mid way down my back, now I cant stop cutting! IMO long hair doesnt flatter the face at ALL, especially if its not layered, has bangs or anything to sort of frame the face,.....
You are modelling, that means you are pretty, so I suggest cut it shoulder length or something with many layers, it will emphasize your beauty. Some of the prettiest girls land up looking bland when their hair is too long and with no shape.
I am still in my little girl phase about long hair! I love it! My hair is still only about 3 inches past my shoulders though. I think, keep in healthy, and it should look fine! Some lenghts are obviously going to suit certain faces, and I also think it is important to take into account height and body shape. It all has to be in balance. So you just decide what you're comfortable with, and think about how much you are willing to do for your modelling agency- a change might be cool, having a new hairdo can be so exciting and a big confidence booster, but at the same time, don't let them completley change you or do something with YOUR look that YOU'RE not comfortable with!
Life's not a spectator sport. If watching's all you're going to do, then you're going to watch your life go by without you.
Ah she looks great with that hair. But if she didn't have a team of people styling it for her, and the bank account to buy the best products, her hair would probably look a little dated and ragged. I think any longer than mid-back length is too long and might be a hindrance. Mine usually gets to my armpits and I don't let it get longer.