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post #16 of 25
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
Ryan Reynolds Patrick Dempsey
I don't consider these "parts". One's hair falls whatever way it does. I can't say I really see people wearing their hair like this: [/quote] and if they do, they kinda stand out. Some dood where I work parts his hair down the middle!
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post
I don't consider these "parts". One's hair falls whatever way it does. I can't say I really see people wearing their hair like this: and if they do, they kinda stand out. Some dood where I work parts his hair down the middle!
You don't consider them parts...? Oookay... perhaps I need to look up the definition or part, because they look like parts to me. I tried parting to the other side yesterday and failed. My hair is just too strong, and doesn't like going that way. Oh well.
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by Shraka View Post
You don't consider them parts...? Oookay... perhaps I need to look up the definition or part, because they look like parts to me.

I tried parting to the other side yesterday and failed. My hair is just too strong, and doesn't like going that way. Oh well.


I meant the first 2 pics, not Brad Pitts. I meant that I don't think the first 2 are parts and I realy don't see anyone wearing their hair the way Pitt has his hair in that pic.
post #19 of 25
Those are sort of based on the Errol Flynn hairstyle, which does involve a part but it's not as "hard" of a part as say Clooney's. The point I was trying to make was that it's a classic hairstyle.
post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
Those are sort of based on the Errol Flynn hairstyle, which does involve a part but it's not as "hard" of a part as say Clooney's. The point I was trying to make was that it's a classic hairstyle.
That's a good word for it. A "hard" part. That's what I think I'm talking about. Everybody's hair "parts" or falls to one side (well, just about everybody's I guess) and that I wouldn't really consider a part. I'd agree it's classic but I just don't see it being worn in the real world. I definitely see it a lot in print for more glamorous pics but I just don't and haven't seen it in real life for many years. I'd say that style would be VERY conservative today. Maybe those left behind in the Banking Industry? Not conservative back in the day (Cary Grant, Duke of Windsor). Back then it was considered stylish and modern. (? I think ?) I don't believe those men would have been considered conservative.
post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by Tck13 View Post
That's a good word for it. A "hard" part. That's what I think I'm talking about. Everybody's hair "parts" or falls to one side (well, just about everybody's I guess) and that I wouldn't really consider a part.

I'd agree it's classic but I just don't see it being worn in the real world. I definitely see it a lot in print for more glamorous pics but I just don't and haven't seen it in real life for many years.

I'd say that style would be VERY conservative today. Maybe those left behind in the Banking Industry?

Not conservative back in the day (Cary Grant, Duke of Windsor). Back then it was considered stylish and modern. (? I think ?) I don't believe those men would have been considered conservative.

I see it a lot here in LA, both of the lawyer-types I work with and among the younger, decidedly non-lawyerish folks as well (the "barrista" who usually serves my morning coffee comes to mind). Seems like a pretty normal way to wear your hair if it's relatively short.
post #22 of 25
My regal mane does as it will.
post #23 of 25
Dick Van Dyke always sported a left part. He also had a hot TV wife, who unfortunately slept in a different bed.

post #24 of 25
Due to unfortunate male patterned baldness, I have to rock the Jason Statham look.
post #25 of 25
I have my part on the left and the majority of my hair is combed to the right.
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