I've been blessed with a full head of hair, and for lack of a better word, I "tease" my hair in the morning to give it a full, lush effect. Whenever I use the word "tease," my bf ribs me because he thinks it's a feminine term. Any way to say this in a more masculine way?
just own it, sister
comb your hair?
brush your hair?
why the fuck would you ever say that?
Even the phrase 'back combing' doesn't explain why you would do this if you have a full head of hair?
Go tease your ass.
If you have a full head of hair, why do you need to make it fuller?
Shake your head dahling!
Just say "blast," as in "I have to blast my hair."
But brush would cover the description you seek, OP.
And if you want to rat your hair out to make it poofy, who are we to judge?
Yeah, I think it's a lost cause if you even know what "tease my hair," means.
"Fix" or "do".
There's always, "volumnizing."
Then again you could just stop worrying about it and be the fabulous queen you so obviously are.
[quote]Whenever I use the word "tease," my bf ribs me because he thinks it's a feminine term.
Of course it's feminine, as are you. Dudes brush their hair. Nelly queens "tease" their hair for a "lush" effect.
This thread brought back a long-lost memory.
I was mother's chosen advisor on many things. She'd ask me watch her tease her hair before work, then ask, "Did I miss anything in the back?"
Me: "Right here.." Then stick my finger there...resulting in more teasing.
Mom: "How about now?"
This tread made me laugh.
What is this teasing, exactly? Call me old fashioned, but men over 30 with a full head of hair should have a part, preferably on the side. Are you walking around with a big poof of teased out hair? Who do you look like? Name a celebrity from any era. I'm really curious.
OP: You give your hair more volume.
[quote]What is this teasing, exactly? Call me old fashioned, but men over 30 with a full head of hair should have a part, preferably on the side. Are you walking around with a big poof of teased out hair? Who do you look like? Name a celebrity from any era. I'm really curious.
Sure, it's only acceptable to have a "part" if you're over 30. Why is 30 such a magical number? Can you have a mullet at 29 but the gig is up at 30?
I say if you want to tease it up 3 feet and dye it pink, go for it.
The need to tease your hair is a strong indicator that you will be having gender reassignment surgery within a year.
Mary, go to a barber and ask for a "regular." This is the haircut that George Clooney has and is appropriate for most men.
You can either comb it or mess it up a little.
[quote]That sounds great for an attention whore, [R27]. Are you an attention whore?
Becuase I say people should celebrate who they are? LOL
That sounds like self loathing r34, are you a closet case?
Wendy Williams has cute word for this, that is even more fem than "tease". I cant spell it though, it ends with a "uzz" sound
Buzz cuts are awesome, R32, sorry I meant full and longer hair. A man's hair should have shape is all I meant. Pompadours, fauxhawks, even, if not a classic men's cut. Even slicked back, pulled into a ponytail or shaved into a Mohawk. I'm really not a hair nazi, but men don't look good with teased out poofy hair. I'm picturing Sigfried and Roy, Barry Manilow and, yes, Richard Simmons, or the various Caucasian 'fros. Bad.
One of my earliest memories is of my Mom, standing at the mirror, rating her hair.
God Fucking Damn! This is a fagottry!!
Get a fuckin Bro-Dry dudes.
How about "mocking?" You're mocking your hair. Or maybe you're harassing it. Making fun of it?
Or if you're British, you could be taking the piss out of it.
In keeping with hair, can anyone recommend a good styling product/pomade that doesn't crunch or stiff the hair?
No there isn't. There's also no masculine way of saying "tiramisu"
OP, it's called getting you hair LAYED, hunty! Like fish!