Comments to article «9 Outdated Hair Cuts and Color Trends That Many Women Are Still Clinging Onto»

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10 months ago
A cat is having a nap right on this comment.
your hair looks sooooo gorgeous 😍
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aww really, thank you! it's my natural hair
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I agree, it's *beautiful*!
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10 months ago
The comment wasn't about avocados. Sorry, we had to remove it.
10 months ago
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it's natural believe me this too usually I don't put my hair down and I do ponytails
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10 months ago
This comment was too dangerous for society.
10 months ago
HULK DELETE THIS COMMENT!
What?? These aren't dated hair cuts and styles.
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Not a single one of these cuts or styles are "Dated", this article literally makes people feel bad for no reason.
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I love space buns so much, even after so many years I still keep wearing those from time to time :P
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I was playing around last night, and put my very long, very red (natural colour), hair up into a couple of space buns, and giggling about it ~ I'm 53 years old.
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I'd love to have red hair it's really rare and I've never seen an original red head in my life
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I believe platinum blond is still in trend though
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What is truly out dated is articles telling people how they should/shouldn't style their hair, or what clothes they should/shouldn't wear! If you spent 3 years learning how to do all the complex braids for yourself, or on someone else - you should celebrate that for as long as you want! If a high ponytail and/or bun helps keep your hair off your neck in the heat; you should definitely choose comfort over some judgey article that says you are now "out of date"!!
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10 months ago
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A lot of these side by side comparisons aren’t very helpful as the styles are made to fit face shapes rather than be at the top of the trend list. It would have been more helpful if they were actually relevant to each other. For example: the top bun vs. the side bun. I have a round face and when I had long hair I wore the top bun. I looked ridiculous and heavier in my face with a side bun. Space buns create the same effect and the author is obviously clueless as to how popular and relevant they were in the music scene (and will continue to be once live music is back again)! And finally, the short bob with the under shave vs the blunt bob. I think the focus should be more on the under shave as this can be done with ANY hair length and is very popular right now. And embracing your natural hair texture be it curls, waves or straight is ALWAYS in style because it is uniquely YOU! Don’t ever let anybody tell you otherwise! The whole article was pretty pretentious and instead of empowering women it actually belittles them.
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This article is absolutely rediculous. How about you let people wear what they want and how they want. Who wants to be a carbon copy of what's "on trend". I will do what makes me feel good and not give into being another sheep. I feel sad for anyone who considers this sort of opinion worthy of following. These individuals cannot stand to be themselves and only feel comfortable when they are following or bullying others for having their own mind. This article and any others like it need to be scrapped this is not the 1950's. Individuality is appreciated and is actually deserving of praise.
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my mom is wo wo on my hair she is good on my hair
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Looks like the only thing out of style, are articles like this.
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Um... Trends let you know what's currently being preferred in the fashion world but fashion is still very much a very personal aspect for every individual, right? How can time decide what's one supposed to like and not like? It's supposed to be a guide, not a rule book. We're not trying to look like a bunch of clones out here.... The ❌ mark made this article annoying.
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Who wrote this? Obviously not a hairstylist! Such an inaccurate article.
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Whoever wrote this is the dummy & the ou👎👎
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As a cosmetologist, I find the need for fashion trends to be antiquated. Beauty is supposed to be about self-expression and doing what makes a person feel confident, not desperately clinging to whatever is in popular fashion in an attempt to make other people happy with their appearance. Literally everything in this article is so cringy to me, it sounds like it was written by some middle-aged man after he spent 2 hours on tiktok. Here's the only trend that matters from here on out: do your hair in whatever manner makes you happy and screw everybody else.
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what's a cosmetologist and what your saying is true
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A person who's specialised in providing personal care services like hair, skin, face,etc is called a cosmetologist
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Goood Hairstyles for women over 60
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