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Old 01-19-2008, 02:40 AM   #31
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when it comes to females and short hair, I always thought the short hair worked great for Annie Lennox and Jamie Lee Curtis, and I think that's a main reason why they both keep it short because they know it looks great. My mother also always had her hair short pretty much her entire adult life (her hair was very curly so it would've become a white lady fro if it grew longer) and it always looked good on her.
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I've always thought that. I think a woman has to not only be beautiful to have a pixie cut, she has to have small, delicate and feminine features. Back in the late 60s, Mia Farrow shocked everyone by cropping all of her hair, then married Frank Sinatra, 30 years her senior, lol. The producers of Peyton Place must have been going crazy, lol. I think she looked great. Not all beautiful woman can carry off very short hair either. High cheekbones and big eyes are a must. Audrey Hepburn, Natalie Wood, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Halle Berry, all carry it off very well. I don't mean short hair. I'm referring to cropped hair.

Then, there's Sinead O'Connor, below. She's bald. While not gorgeous by any stretch, how many woman could look as pretty as her, with no hair?






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Maybe it is just me, but a woman with a shaved head is gross.
I agree, although I think some look worse than others. Here's Demi Moore and Britney Spears, bald. I think these are very pretty women, but without hair, they look terrible, in my opinion. The last picture is Natalie Portman. I hate the bald look, but she can carry it better than probably 95% of most women. A woman has to have a special look to pull it off and look halfway decent. Many years ago, I had an insane hairdresser who chopped off all my hair. I was so self-conscious. I need to feel my hair on my neck. Everyone's different, I guess.






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Sinead said awhile back the reason she shaved her head was because people thought she was beautiful with long hair (and check out the "No Man's Woman" video where she sports a long flowing wig, she's like a model in it) but since her music has always been personal and political, she never thought anyone would take her music seriously so that's why she chopped her hair off, so people will get past her looks and listen to her music, even tho I think the shaved head probably gave her even more of an image than she would've had otherwise since everyone knows her for the shaved head.
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