It's that time. I've been putting it off and putting it off, but DS really needs a haircut. The thing is that he has these gorgeous curls, in the back only. The entire top layer is completely straight. And I can't keep it out of his eyes. At this point it's past his chin, but he won't leave a hair clip or a rubber band in it for long, if at all (depending on his mood).
I really don't want to cut his curls, but the top layer needs cutting so he's not constantly brushing it out of his eyes. I'm just at a loss as to how to do that without making it look like a mullet. Anybody have any brilliant suggestions?
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One of my boys was like that. We just let it grow out, eventually it will get to the point where it is past his eyes. I only cut my sons hair when it started getting caught in the clips of his overalls all the time. I totally cried.
I had this problem with my son, I was in fear of getting a 'long' hair trim, as too many times they made him look like some dutchboy/romulan/bowl cut hybrid. Yikes! Def. bring a picture! I brought him into my salon.
Layer the straight parts. My son has long straight hair, and when I layered it, it got a lovely wave. We keep it a little messy/beachy and people always seem to love it. His hair is way past his eyes, he just brushes it aside. I would say, trim the back to meet a bit, layer the top.
Sorta like this;
I know this kid is older and has a ridiculous expression!
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