Friday, October 2, 2020

Friend's Friday - Connie's Hair

BY Connie:

Having read Rhonda's posts and blogs in past  - she's the one I feel who gave me the inspiration to let my own hair grow LONG-- 

I know that a woman's " crowning" glory is her hair and I've always had a fascination with women,s hair styles -I remember being  curious since very young...

Now after a few years of letting it grow out I've discovered how annoying it can be maintaining long hair but also how glorious it feels and looks when properly styled and maintained ---and I just can't think of going back to a "normal" male length style..- my hairdresser had known me only in male mode for years - now she only see's Connie -- After our initial first meeting she quickly adjusted to her NEW client and made me feel very comfortable and at ease.... Also my wife now will put my hair in rollers before we go out as G/F's and will make quite a fuss ensuring my hair looks good -- that's something I never dreamed would start to feel NORMAL--- the one thing I wish i had  is thicker hair - as I do wear a hairpiece to hide a thinning area.. but we do what we must .

My wife -- a woman friend and my hairdresser would like me to keep it shorter in style to keep  my appropriate looking for a WOMAN my age ( another thing I find  strange hearing at times) but so far I'm resisting and am keeping it as long as possible-..

One woman friend has told me I should use Rhonda's look as a model for myself --- I'd be ecstatic to be able to match her wonderfully feminine style !!


Thanks Connie - I love your look.  


  1. Connie, your hair looks great, and is the PERFECT length and shape for your face and chin... You are lucky to still have your hair.
    BTW, does anyone out there use the Minoxidil/Rogaine hair restorer?
    Oh, to only have my hair....
    My male pattern baldness has followed its expected path.
    I had always wanted to have 'long hair' that I could 'secretly style as a womans hair'. When I was young and had REAL HAIR, certain forces, including corporate 'hair length standards' (no 'hippie hair' for corporate America) dictated otherwise.
    Then, my hair started to fall out in my late 20's. I found most of the
    missing hair between the frame and mattress of my not so trusty WATERBED, when the vinyl mattress developed a 'small leak' (no such thing) when an errant belt buckle tongue, during a moment of .... oh, well.
    As I am retired, I decided to cut my hair to a 1/8" buzz cut, to accommodate my then 'secret' stash of women's wigs.
    Now that my wife 'knows',
    I suggested to her that since her hair stylist is out of service due to the COVID-19 she also do a 1/8" buzz cut and look through the many wig catalogs hanging out at the house.
    The day her/my wig selections arrived, I offered wife a glass of Chardonnay before 'the hair-ectomy' just to quell the anxiety. It had been 10 weeks since her last haircut, and the remaining mound of naturally curled hair lying on the bathroom floor was unbelievable!
    My wife's hair grows at twice the rate of mine, so the buzz-cut routine is a weekly event.
    Wife's first view of herself wearing a blonde wig, much the color of her 'younger hair' was a revelation! She was totally sold on the versatility of the wigs, as am I.
    But I wish I still had my hair...

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