men also used to wear skirts and robes, like dresses.
In ancient times, pants were considered feminine.
If you don't believe me, do some research on ancient costumes.
anyways, fashion changes.
for centuries, it was also the norm for women to be pregnant for most of their live. point is, things change, and it's good that they do because at least now we have things like electricity.
ok, so that's a tangent, but my point is, there is no reason for all this crap. basically, people are too busy to deal with long hair. guys just wanna shower and run out the door, maybe with a bit of gel, not spend hours getting their hair curled with hot irons after their weekly bath.
I don't mind long hair as long as it's looked after, I agree with you completely, not enough guys with long hair out there! Everyone had long hair in the eighties, why should nowadays be any different?!
:O Whaaa, lol I love long hair that is a + for me. Something about long hair is REALLY hot. All of those guys had amazing hair. I love link one hair :) It has a young Brian May feel to it. (the picture not his hair Brian's is much curlier) ;p And no their is not enough guys with long hair
Those men are not creepy to me. I don't care if a man has long hair, as long as they take care of it. But that really goes for any hair length. I've dated a couple guys with hair that was longer than mine. Everyone has different preferences.
I've started to let my hair grow out and have received a lot of complements from both men and women. While it isn't shoulder length, it is fairly long. A head of clean, long hair looks good on some men. If you look comfortable in your own hair, I think that helps.
I still get the odd person (mainly guy family that take it as an offense to their penis if another male has long hair) telling me to cut it, but most the the people I'm around have learned that I really couldn't give a sh*t if they don't like my hair. Though there has been a couple contradictory experiences I've had with strangers. My cousin, who's hair is about the same length as mine, and I travel and do a fair bit of stuff together. One time in a store a cashier made a disgusted noise and started mumbling about guys with long hair, and another time we were out and about and this lady tells us how nice it is to see young guys with long hair because it's becoming so rare.
Some women love it, some hate it, same with other guys. Its probably not 'in' right now, but neither is really short hair. Most of us would do well to have a hair style that suits us rather then one that's 'in'.
It's purely a matter of personal style. Some can pull it off and some can't. I had long hair for a few years and eventually it became more trouble than it was worth because I have wavy/curly hair and it was a pain to take care of properly. If I had naturally straight hair I might still have it long, but I much prefer both how it looks now and how much easier it is to deal with.
After the end of the age of chivalry and the Renaissance, it pretty much went out of fashion bro, I mean you're a couple of centuries late it was still in fashion in the 1800 hundreds, so I guess after all, in the cosmic scale of things you're only teeny bit late.
But that's fashion-wise, it evolves, you don't need to like it, it is what it is. Fat women were a turn on in the 1800's too. Not anymore, society, tastes and fashions evolve...
I think if your having it long, think of Orlando bloom I'm pirates of the Caribbean. If the directors didn't think it was sexy to have long hair they would have styled his character appearance differently
My hair is short because it suits the rest of my face, and my hair will curl all sorts of directions if it grows longer than 1.5 inches. But that's just me. Fashion goes through trends, and short hair is trending right now.