I don’t know, just try not to do a ponytail for the rest of the day and see what happens. If you do, just make sure you put it in a bag, because if you can’t reach it without a little bit of tugging at your hair, you might find it impossible to put it on.
A couple years ago, I was at a rave, and a guy told me he could flop all over my head, then he would have his hands full doing the rest. I said, “that’s ridiculous,” but he didn’t see me laughing. Turns out I was more nervous than he was.
And last night at B&N, a tall, handsome guy with short brown hair told me to do just that – pull a ponytail, take it off my head, lay it on the ground, pull my hair into a ponytail, and do it again with hair over my ears and in. I couldn’t look up at him. He had a grin on his face. I was shocked. I wasn’t prepared to do what he told me to do. No! I’m a very natural girl and I wouldn’t have done it. So yeah, if you’re feeling adventurous or want to stand out at a party and feel like everyone else is trying too hard to “look trendy”, you can really do that. But you probably don’t have much experience in that area yet – and I don’t recommend you do that either.
What if I was a guy?
If you are a guy and you just like doing things with your hair, you can definitely do that. But you’re going to have to be very good at getting the hang of it. A lot of girls I know do this on purpose for attention or because they think boys are insecure or they’re ashamed of their hair. It makes little sense to me, and there is nothing wrong with men liking their hair, you just have to understand not to be “inflamed” into doing silly things with it (no matter how cute you think it is). I think my hair is beautiful – I just want it to look as beautiful as it does, even if all my friends think it’s cute, because it is just hair, and you don’t want it to look bad.
What should I wear to the party?
No one really knows what kind of party I’m going to go to, so don’t let my lack of party planning influence whether I wear whatever
vintage flapper dresses 1920s photos actresses as children, vintage 1920s flapper dress uk, red and black flapper dress, flapper dress elegant, butterick flapper dress pattern