“Fringe, referred to as bangs in American English, are a shaped cutting of the front part of the hair so that it is combed forward and hangs or curls over the forehead. A classic fringe (bang) is cut fairly straight at or above the eyebrows, but they can also be ragged or ruffled, spiked up with hair gel, swept to one side or the other, and sometimes they are cut longer to partially cover the eyes.”
Yesterday, my decision to alter my earlier look was purely intentional as some sort of deviant act in revenge towards my Husband’s preceding 4 haircuts. A haircut in which I loathe. Sure, the presence of premature grays lining the crown of his head may have contributed to his Barber’s lop, but those grays were partly what I found so distinguishable and attractive on my handsome Man, my Richard Gere. (think Pretty Women)
When he arrived home the other evening with yet another lop job and I was told he’d plan to have his haircut “forever,” I went on the bang bend. Why? Because I remembered very well that fringe bangs weren’t his favorite look on me. “Do I remind you of pictures of myself at around 5 years old?” I asked. He replied, “say that again, please.” Point taken both ways, and now I’m sure to get his thick coated Man mane back on his head in a few weeks.
So Blog readers, FB friends and family, what do you think of my new look?