My Hubby Tommy had long hair when he was really young. By the time he was 6, he had only had 2 hair cuts. But then he cut it short. But I never knew he had it long when he was (a bit) older. I was talking to his aunt today, and she said she has pictures of him with longish hair when he spent a few weeks with her and her son (Tommy's cousin) one summer. I think he looks a bit like a girl. But in general, I actually quite like long hair on boys! What do you think of boys with long hair?
Here are some of the pics his aunt sent me:
EDIT - Love his hair in the last pic. If we have a boy, I want him to have hair like this
I'm definately not keen on it too long but my LO has med length hair (for a boy), surfery looking hair, which I like. I don't like it too short on him. Although my OH has his no.2 shaved and I love it! Wierd!
Hmm I really wouldn't like it for my oh,but my lo has oh's gorgeous fine straight blonde hair and I have been considering whether to keep it short or let it get a little long as I think it could be cute on a little toddler.
Zane had long hair n he looked gorgeous. When men get abit older it depends on the style. When it's just like ur ohs hair yes it can look girls but when done right can look very sexy like Sam from supernatural or dreds like Lenny cravits *drolls*
Has to be nay for me, I have to shave decs hair in the summer as he sweats so much and it is uncomfortable for him, but in the winter I let it grow a little as I dont like it shaved either !!! lol My eldest son has his long enough for a flick over (dont know if thats the right name for it lol) and my OH is bald so he doesnt really count!!!!
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