Someone wrote…

I’m trying to find a hair cut I can rock as a girl, and transform into a rockable boy hair style too!

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on April 23rd, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: your voice 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Rockable”

  1. Amelia

    Perhaps some variety of fauxhawk?


  2. jen

    Much longer in the front, short on the sides and bback. You can leave it down like a pixie, or do a fauxhawk or a pompadour. Make sure they do a lot lot of texture.


  3. alison

    like they said, long front shorter on sides and back..

    then get yourself some cool grease or fiber grease pomade, its made in japan so kinda expensive in the US but it is awesome.. great for doing masculine styles and it doesn’t build up on the hair like 99% of other pomade/wax/clay/etc products do.

    and the engrish on the side of their containers is great: ‘be cool! instantly!! cool grease provides the impeccable shaping, for confidence that make you feel masculine’

    I’m a transwoman so I typically don’t want my hair products to make me feel masculine, but I love cool grease anyways lol =)


    not the op replied:

    that sounds great! i don’t think i could live with myself if i missed out on that packaging either. i love how hot-blooded japanese sounds when translated into english, it’s perfect


  4. Anonymous

    An undercut might be an nice idea, if you like so. Shaved heads are nice too, then your gadgets rule the way you are written.


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