No, long hairs fine.
Long hair is absolutely fine. Just remember very long hair will take more work to keep it looking good. If you're committed to taking care of it, nothing is more beautiful!
I guess I say that because my 18 year old daughter has thick, long hair and can get really lazy with it. LOL
Just find a way that suits you of being able to put it up. Still got your long hair when you go out after work.
Mine is also very long--I would usually just twist it up to a kind of Gibson girl style. Or a braid down my back. Looked fine.
Hair is Hair looks are a part but knowing you are the best for the job and selling them on that is the Key!
Then its in the Bag I think!
I just put mine up when I need to look professional, have you tried that?
Exactly...then after a few days you can start letting it down. 1st impressions are what everyone remembers.
Good luck :)
Well i read in a previous post of yours that your a programer, with that line of work most things are a bit more laid back in looks that most other office jobs. I think your long hair is fine as long as you know how to style it properly. Often shorter hair looks more unprofessional than longer.
nope pull it up in one of those wild hair ponys/ a french bun/braid. so professional.
No, as long as you style it properly. <br />
You will have to "do" it every day, whereas if it was in a bob it would just be... but if you like your long hair, it's more versatile.
Naw - don't cut... just change the style from time to time.... have fun on that new job.
What is your new job?
In that situation, I doubt that your hair will have effect. Your code will make you look professional, not your hair.
Long hair is ok,but,some businesses don't like it,hanging down.
So,how was your job interview ?
That good,so did you have to cut your hair?
So,ever thought about cutting it short,maybe,just grab a pair of scissors and chop it off.
never cut it
No way - keep it long - it looks more professional in my opinion & u can do more with it
Long ore short hair not matter to look professional....but short is much easyer
Statistically, cut & well maintained hair is preferred in professional environments, thus giving a higher chance for hiring.