I have very long hair which I can keep totally off my neck by putting it in a ponytail which then gets wound into a topknot and secured with a comb! I do have a fringe and even that is a bit too hot for me!!!
No, my hair length depends on my health (when I'm really ill it takes too much energy to look after long hair) and my concentration span - sometimes I set out to grow it long then get bored of it and have it cut short again....
I've just had the back and sides shaved, even though it's freezing outside at the moment!
Yep. A couple of years ago I shaved it all off for the summer. It was lovely and cool but I eventually grew it back. Usually I just get it trimmed a little shorter in summer or wear it up to keep it off the back of my neck.
Have my hair cut short all year around, as I sweat, & it's oily. Yuck!
I grew it to get married as there was a particular headpiece I wanted to wear & it looked better with long hair!
My fringe was down beyond shoulder level, had to keep 'parting it' when came up from under water whilst swimming on honeymoon!
First thing I did when got back home was had it cut really short & it's been that way ever since,
A couple of weeks' ago, I saw a customer at Woolies' with hair as short as above photo.
Ever mindful this may be the result of 'chemo treatment, I just said to her, 'you have the perfect haircut for this weather!'. We both laughed & moved on.
We were having temperatures of 35-40 Degrees' plus Humidity very high, so the remark was appropriate, at the time!
I only put it up in braids or up on the top of my head, right now it is almost long enough to sit on when I take a seat. I could not imagine short hair. One thing I can never understand is women who cut their short when they turn 40ish, what's with that?
I use to have my hair shorter in summer. After nursing my mother I didn't have time for a hair dresser so its very long now and last summer I just put it up. I think ill keep it this length for a while yet. The only trouble is vacuuming. I get enough hair to make a wig.