It’s not uncommon for me to see people with short, curly hair.
Or even men with wavy hair, or wavy or straight hair.
But when I see someone with curly or wispy hair, I get really excited.
And for many people, I see it as a sign of their masculinity.
I like that.
It gives me hope.
But sometimes I see that man with wispier hair.
So what is it about curly or curly hair that makes it so desirable?
I think the key to it is the shape, the length and the shape of the hair.
For some, it can be a form of expression.
For others, it just comes naturally.
For me, it’s not the hair itself, it is my confidence, my self-confidence, that gives me the confidence to wear it.
But the longer and longer the hair grows, the more confidence it gives me, so when I feel like I need to be confident, it makes me feel confident.
But that doesn’t mean it can’t be uncomfortable.
The length is just a part of it.
And when I have a long hair, it gets in the way, and sometimes it just feels weird and embarrassing.
Sometimes, I feel as though I’m being self-conscious about my appearance.
So what I try to do is to be careful about my hair, to try to keep it shorter, and to make sure that it doesn’t come out all over my face.
That way, I can be more comfortable and more confident.
And the way I manage it, I try not to get too much out of it, because I know it’s part of my personality.
It’s just part of me, and it makes the hair stand out a little bit.
I also try to not to touch the hair, because it’s a part-time job, and I can’t go out and be a full-time person.
But if I touch it, or try to touch it with my hands, or do anything that’s a distraction, I’m going to get into trouble.
If I look at someone with a long, curly or long hair or waggy hair, and they get into an argument with me or if they see me without a wig, I’ll get into some trouble, too.
But I can control my own hair, if I look back and see what I did wrong.
If the person doesn’t want to see me, then I can just go out, wear my hair loose, have fun, and be my best self.
But at the end of the day, I know that I’m not a bad person, and that my hair has nothing to do with my personality, so I can handle it and be myself.