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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
    I'm an INFP with long hair... that Mom keeps telling me she will have cut short, because it's thinner and I keep losing strands of it.
    All Indian parents have unreasonable expectations of how thick their daughters' hair should be and keep threatening to cut it. Don't believe a word. It'll never happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    All Indian parents have unreasonable expectations of how thick their daughters' hair should be and keep threatening to cut it. Don't believe a word. It'll never happen.
    Okay thanks senza
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    let's see..
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    I put my foot in the door, Aladdin.

    And on topic, it's no theory, it's just something I've noticed. I have yet to see an IxFP that suits short hair. Maybe there's a few around that have stronger jawlines, but on that note, you barely find it in these types of people seeing as they lack the 'judgement' their J quasi-identity or whatever its called in socionics has. I will have to source that, and god I predict I will be shat on with fury but I will find the source and bring light to this retarded thread.

    And by long hair, I mean anything that is below covering the ears halfway. Like I said, softness and roundness is common among these people being melancholic/phlegmatic. There is at least a stereotype that IxFPs have rounded faces with longish hair anyway, so that says something about the way we portray these characters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graphite View Post
    Appearance has nothing to do with type?

    Apart from that, I'm here to break your theory - nothing but short hair looks decent on me.
    @Graphite --
    Pardon the rudeness to another newbie, but is that an *earthworm* growing out of your avatar's neck? I'd say that even short hair would be a disaster...

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    I like having long hair, because I can hide behind it, it's more cozy, it's more good smell, and it looks prettier on me:P^^ INFP, most likely

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    Don't think it relates to type, but I will always prefer having long hair over short. Easy answer: I don't look good with short hair. I have a round face, longer hair suits me better.
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    My I?FP daughter doesn't look good with long hair and she doesn't like it long. She looks adorable with short hair. Right now she's wearing it really short and dyed black (to match her prom dress). Her face is either a circle or square shape and she has a little bit of an overbite. She has always been . . . well, when she was little it was more like she was picking her costume for the day than getting dressed in the morning. That hasn't changed a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Planetary Walker View Post
    I put my foot in the door, Aladdin.

    And on topic, it's no theory, it's just something I've noticed. I have yet to see an IxFP that suits short hair. Maybe there's a few around that have stronger jawlines, but on that note, you barely find it in these types of people seeing as they lack the 'judgement' their J quasi-identity or whatever its called in socionics has. I will have to source that, and god I predict I will be shat on with fury but I will find the source and bring light to this retarded thread.

    And by long hair, I mean anything that is below covering the ears halfway. Like I said, softness and roundness is common among these people being melancholic/phlegmatic. There is at least a stereotype that IxFPs have rounded faces with longish hair anyway, so that says something about the way we portray these characters.
    Wait, are you thinking mostly of guys when you equate 'long' hair with Fi? I ask because for women, hair that just hits the ears/below the ears is super short.

    And, you talk about stronger jawlines which are more suited for short hair... but... that may be the case for guys, not so much for female stereotypes, where a woman with a strong jawline, and super short hair, would look more masculine (stereotypes only, of course), due to the strong jawline and associated perceptions / ideas of male and female beauty.

    Edit: For myself, short hair (at/above ears) suits my facial structure/shape much better than longer hair. Incidentally, genetically, I have very thin hair, so long hair never really worked well for that reason also.
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    I took a pic to prove you wrong, but I look fat today so I'll let you believe you're right
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