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Needing ideas for a completely new hairstyle - M/20

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by trentarren, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. Cosmonaut

    Cosmonaut Senior member

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    these are the glasses i have. you should try out something like this and see if you like.

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  2. Mr.Pinchy

    Mr.Pinchy Senior member

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    these are the glasses i have. you should try out something like this and see if you like.

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    Ignore this post OP.
     
  3. wmmk

    wmmk Senior member

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    As others have said, working out will help a lot. If you have access to one, try using an indoor rowing machine. It provides some of the best cardio you can do, and also gives you some strength and lean mass in the legs, core, back, and forearms. If you have any questions about rowing workouts or rowing in general, feel free to send me a PM.

    As far as glasses go, you want frames that will lend some of the square, bold masculine features you currently lack . It would also be smart to avoid anything too dark, as this will emphasize the contrast with your light complexion. Something like these Moscot Zeligs might look good:
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    I concur with whomever suggested a McQueen-style haircut.
     
  4. Prestwich

    Prestwich Active Member

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    You have a pale complexion and blonde hair - as such, I feel that the thick-set, dark coloured (regarding your earlier point, the spelling probably gives away that this is an opinion from Europe!) plastic frames are overpowering on you.

    I agree with the earlier post - get a shorter haircut, then try frames. I'd suggest that something metallic and discreet (even the 'frameless' style) may work better. If not, perhaps the plastic frames in a lighter colour - maybe tortoiseshell?

    Good luck!
     
  5. landshark

    landshark Senior member

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    Can you grow any facial hair? It's hard to tell from the lighting in your pictures. If you can, I would say cut your hair short on the sides and leave it a bit longer on the top. Then let your sideburns grow a little bit so you loose the boyish look.
     
  6. Masato

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    Hey TS, it's been several months since you've posted. Did you find success with your life change?
     

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