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Dear Dish-it: Hair Disaster!

GeekyChic asks: There’s a guy I really like, but I just got my hair cut into a pixie. The boys in my class used to like me, but now only a few do. I asked my friend why and she said that boys like long hair. Now I’m not sure if the guy I like likes me back. My self-esteem is low. What should I do? Back to Article

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JRedfern
JRedfern wrote:
2014-02-28 13:47:33 -0800

I hate when guys are so focused on looks that they don't realize their personality.

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-Vince-
-Vince- wrote:
2014-02-28 13:41:03 -0800

I go for personality really..

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Mouse_Loves_Chu
Mouse_Loves_Chu wrote:
2014-01-22 15:02:32 -0800

Omigosh...my mom would love for me to cut my hair but I like it long cuz it's fun to mess with lol

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rhonick
rhonick wrote:
2014-01-22 04:26:51 -0800

Well basically the girls main attractiveness places are there neck and shoulders so really hair doesn't matter

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ReganLovesYou
ReganLovesYou wrote:
2013-12-09 18:03:52 -0800

I wish I could cut my hair. But my mom says "BLAH NOO BLAH"

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yayas101
yayas101 wrote:
2013-08-15 15:55:25 -0700

I think that it looks really cute if a boy does'nt
appriciate the way you look move on to the next
boy because boys are picky and there not going to change

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sparkleguineapigs123
sparkleguineapigs123 wrote:
2013-07-25 16:53:46 -0700

The boys only liked you for your long hair they didn't like you for who you were if they liked you for who you were they would stay liking you long or short hair

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valena
valena wrote:
2013-07-20 01:13:20 -0700

hello guys! lol

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KatieStyles
KatieStyles wrote:
2013-07-20 01:09:14 -0700

Boys are SUPER picky! When I told my bf I want to go emo he said "no if you do I am calling it quits!"

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-Kat-
junior mod
-Kat- wrote:
2013-07-05 17:57:45 -0700

i hated getting my hair cut, so im growing it long again, i'm happier now. Tongue Out

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kklolnice
kklolnice wrote:
2013-07-05 09:28:29 -0700

do not listen them u re much better than him...
he doesn't deserve u

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imagination44
imagination44 wrote:
2013-07-04 13:40:29 -0700

boys can be dumb, not all but some. What matters is that U like it. Nobody else's opinion really matters. I just got a pixie too! I'm luving it.

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blue_lover81
blue_lover81 wrote:
2013-07-01 18:13:09 -0700

that is how i felt when i got my hair cut everyone called me dora!!

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blue_lover81
blue_lover81 wrote:
2013-07-01 18:10:42 -0700

if he does not like you then you deserve better!

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Doodlebug311
Doodlebug311 wrote:
2013-06-29 13:47:32 -0700

I say that pixie cuts are gorgeous and if your hairdresser has agreed to cut your hair like that, then it must look fabulous on you! So, don't worry about your guy not seeming as attracted to you.......probably he's stunned speechless by your new look!

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vivisofi99
vivisofi99 wrote:
2013-06-25 12:31:07 -0700

here's the thing if he's really that awesome and nice he'll like you just the way you are so if he doesn't like you anymore it's his loss!

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Firewolfismypenname
Firewolfismypenname wrote:
2013-06-24 10:11:41 -0700

Same, I totally agree!!!!!!!!!

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preciousc10
preciousc10 wrote:
2013-06-20 10:25:23 -0700

i say go ask him out or get ur hair back the wAY IT WAS

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idonthaveaboyfriend
idonthaveaboyfriend wrote:
2013-06-11 12:54:50 -0700

i got one, and i loved it. donesnt matter what other people say, its awesome. Big Grin

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flirtaddict
flirtaddict wrote:
2013-06-07 11:31:27 -0700

thell them to shove it c:

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How Often Do You Get Your Hair Cut?

  • Every six weeks.
  • Every six months.
  • Once a year.
  • Only when my parents force me to go.

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