Men always preach about how they hate fake hair, and they’re tired of women with wigs and weaves, but contradict themselves because ultimately that’s what they respond to.
It’s clear with my experiment, I have the same face and body but men are drawn to me only when I have a wig or weave.
Which would be a legitimate gripe if we were having this conversation in 1996. Not even a Wes Anderson joint, but something you might see as part of a museum exhibit before you head to the dinosaur section. Just a few months post big chop I’ve noticed the drastic difference in the amount of male attention I receive.The result has been a rapid decline, averaging out to zero.On one hand, I like the way I look with short hair; but on the other hand, the most popular woman on Ok Cupid has long hair.I, of course, would never change my hair just to make someone like me, but I curious.