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I am not to sure about your choice of word as being repelled. I would think you would be shocked as I was. Let me explain. I was on a date, met a great man and even married him. Like the fact, he had a hair piece. The hair piece was so well done that I had no clue. Now keep in mind, he was only balding on the top.
She still is gorgeous probably even more so now. By the way, kudos to her for overcoming her situation or preference to wear a wig. Great catch!
I have started to wear wigs about half the time and feel like there is a stigma tell the truth, they may be eliminated, due to the fierce competition of online dating. Spoiler alert: wearing a wig on dating apps can dramatically change the types of people you attract. I recently started dating again since I began wearing a wig in Feb. I'm a little nervous about things becoming physical. I told the guy I was.
Wait, kind of like Okoye in Black Panther? In fact, i find bald women to be rather cute.
Dating and wearing a wig
Sanaa Lathan in Nappily Ever After good movie. Beautiful nonetheless:. She, whoever she might be, deserves better than that! Are you repelled? I would be at first, women to me look strange bald. Most men look strange to me bald to be fair. But it would just be initial shock reaction and not something I would really gripe about for long.
My Boyfriend's Reaction to Seeing Me Without a Wig Reminded Me Why We're Together
Would it be a deal-breaker? How so? Well to me, like hearing it or not, that is a negative trait to me. So in a date I start a mental tally of pros vs cons, if the cons are out-weighting the pros than often I will bow out. Second of all, my concern first and foremost would be: is she comfortable wearing that wig? I sure hope she at least has a wig cap underneath. Is she wearing it for me?! If so, like… oh gosh.
So I am far from alone. I think that how you feel will depend on the kind of person you are.
So if what she really looks like turns you off, then maybe you are superficial and not really looking at her for who she is, but just who you thought she was. Of course no! I firstly would try to make her feel comfortable because that woman is probably fighting again her nervous. You don't have to judge no one because of their external features, besides if you liked her from the first time why you should reject her after discover she is wearing a wig.
So take the chance and don't judgge people for insignificant things. Life is too short!! It's a fact! Not necessarily; it depends if your values are simply cosmetic.
If whatever aids she uses to compensate for any deficiencies in conventional appearance she may have make you feel uncomfortable, polite, respectful honesty is the only way out. But it would beg the question, how shallow are you? Nah, girl. Teach me how to look so gorgeous.
Hair is just hair. Or just had an awful hair makeover and decided to get rid of it? Hair can be annoying! I certainly would be initially shocked certainly. I would want to understaned why it is. If there was some significant illness, condition, genetic issue etc. But if you get through that and like her sure, go for it.
My woman is older and has aged normally and she is still very beautiful to me, thinner hair and all. Sign In. It's your first date and you discover that the gorgeous woman you are dating is actually bald and wearing a wig.
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You dismissed this ad. The feedback you provide will help us show you more relevant content in the future. You should't be so forceful in telling her she should keep it on. More like "If you'd like to keep it on, I'd suggest I have been dating my boyfriend a year and a half and he has never seen me scalp well when my hair wrap fell off. Wigs are itchy and hot and I could never imagine someone telling you to glue it on so it wont fall off. I might not be going about not showing him the real me, but he doesn't seem to mind what I look like either way.
I told my SO the 3rd day after we started dating. I knew he was the one for me, and took a chance.
Those are the ones i dated while wearing extensions. They didn't know, nor did they WANT to know. All they were worried about was how i looked to their friends and others whom they were "showing me off" to.
I played that game, because i was pretty much after one thing, well, maybe a couple of things. Fast forward several decades later, and a lot more mature, I met my SO.
This was before we became intimate. One thing MOST people like is when someone is upfront about themselves. A lot of folks don't like "surprises".
I certainly don't. Sometimes, we're intimate with the wig on. Hell the wig winds up turned backwards, off my head, on his head, on the floor, the bedpost, pretty much any where a wig shouldn't be. I don't like "secrets", etc.3 RULES to dating a girl who wears wigs/weaves/clip ins
If they say they aren't interested? Someone has to be your equal. I take mine off usually I always feel a littleeee uncomfortable, but I also usually put some sort of head band or beanie on.
Dating: Do you keep wig on or off?!
It sort of helps hide at least the front of my scalp. Like you, I can't remotely relax or enjoy myself.
But then again, I've been with the same guy through the balding and all. Honestly though, if he knows you're wearing a wig, take it off.
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"Will people know I'm wearing a wig?" I was just getting used to the world of wigs and still on a serious learning curve when I agreed to go on a. However, though my love of wigs is something that has always been in my life and in my friend's lives, I have not had the best experiences when dating. to wear wigs, eyeliner so sharp it could cut you, or by wearing every. Would I consider a wig a downside to actual real hair? Yes but out of a billion it would only be downside, barely even worth saying. Would I.
Dating: Do you keep wig on or off?! Posted by Flygirl on October 30, at am in Love, relationships, gender issues View Discussions. And i'm hoping this guy will be the one for you.
Very good post I feel that if you are worried about how he will react you are probably not just looking for one nighters but long term commitments. And if that is true then you have to tell him, you have to be honest and open, you have to be vulnerable.
I started wearing wigs in college around my sophomore year. I am very loyal to When my boyfriend and I started dating, I was deep into wigs. I am not to sure about your choice of word as being repelled. I would think you would be shocked as I was. Let me explain. I was on a date, met a great man and . Hi everyone! Kerry here (that's me bald and then wearing Brittaney by Envy in Creamed Coffee) and I wanted to share my story on dating and.
Give him the chance to be a man and see what he is worth right off the bat.