First impressions are everything. You don’t want the first photo you send to your Russian bride to have you looking like you just got out of bed or your last haircut was one you did yourself. With dull scissors.
Here are three easy hairstyles that will help you draw the attention of your favorite Russian ladies as well as some styles to avoid.
The Textured Crop
If you’re not sure what this is, do a Google search for the likes of Casey Affleck or Jude Law. This cut will have you exhibiting an air of sophistication without burying your wild side. Think of it as a controlled mess. It’s good for gentlemen with a little or a lot of hair.
Not the kind of guy who likes to mess around with his hair? Then this one could be for you. It is the quintessential low-maintenance cut, putting emphasis on your facial features and helping project an image of confidence. This classic style also works well for men who are bald or balding.
The Parted Side
You can’t go wrong with this conservative style that is popular among professionals and educated men. Russia’s own Vladimir Putin has been known to sport this look. Is it any wonder that so many Russians – and Russian women especially – view him as an ideal man? Whether you part it on the left or right, just be sure to part your hair in the area in which it naturally splits. Otherwise, you risk looking like a goofball.
Hairstyles to Avoid
The “business-in-the-front, party-in-the-back” look just doesn’t cut it (pun intended), unless maybe you’re looking to pick up a lady in a country and western bar.
There is no more telling sign of a man who is willing to let himself go. And when that happens, she will let you go.
Unless you’re trying to sell used-cars or look like a guy who is not a fan of shampoo, this doo is not for you.
It works for rock stars. But that’s because they’re rock stars.
Feel free to change your hairstyle every now and then. It could just the thing to help spark a reinvigorated interest in you from the Russian women you know as well as catch the eye of those with whom you have yet to talk to.