First off, let me say that my girlfriend is by far one of the most beautiful girls I have ever met, inside and out. She's perfect in every way. I'm not trying to change her and this definitely isn't a deal breaker, only a suggestion to her. My only complaint is that she has pretty thick hair that is kind of curly and it covers her face. Her hair is pretty, but I'd love to be able to see her face. She hates pinning it back or wearing any styles because she says anything on her head gives her a headache. She has to push it back with her hands all the time and it always falls back in her face. She hasn't had a haircut in months and her bangs are down to her shoulders now. What do you think the nicest way to suggest a haircut to her is? If she doesn't want one that is fine, but I'd like to at least suggest it.
Most Helpful Girl
Natural Curly is Very Beautiful, although Very hard to handle, I will give you That.. I have a lot of my own Curl left.
However, you have said a Mouthful here, dear, by Having a Sour ball and All in your own Mouth about Something that would make her More 'Beautiful,' is okay on my own Part... As long as you Don't go overboard with suggestions.
Yes, a Trim is fine, tell her you would Love to Treat your Sweet. Suggest that you would enjoy Pampering your Poodle with a Hairstyle so she can still Smile And.. you as well.
Good luck. xx2
Most Helpful Guy
Say it in a nice and jokey way maybe. Straight and simple you know don't make it sound like a lot cause the more focused and detailed you are when asking her/bringing it up the more it seems like an issue to you. Just say something like "hey beautiful you know how your hair kinda irritates you sometimes, you ever thought of shortening it just a bit so it stops bothering you?"
If she asks why and acts shocked or what ever just stay come and pretend it just came up in your head a few seconds ago. If it doesn't turn out good then ultimately you can just say "yeah I didn't really think through it all the way just forget about it..., blah blah blah whatever you want to talk about next" in order to get off the topic2