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Gold

Ludhiana, India

#3512 Apr 4, 2013
harry wrote:
Friends today i chopped my some hair at home. i dont went to college today.my parents were not at home.only me and my sister were at home.my sister has haircut.i talked to her about my problem.she supports me and said that i will cut your hair from center and manage parents.she told me to bring scissors.then i sit on chair.she put a big cloth around me.after this she open my long hairs.firstly she reduce the length of my hair.afterwrds she started cutting hairs from center.soon this finished.my head becomes light.she removed my cloth.the floor was full of hairs.my sister clean that and throw it in dustbin.den she told me to take headbath.i really enjoyed it,as the hairs were short.after headbath i do my jooda and dat was too small,so i decided to wear a cap.now i am so happy and waiting for real haircut which will be surely in saloon.thanx punjaban and gold...
Easy, isn't it! Enjoy light head days. it is a refreshing experience when you go for a clipperring in the centre of the head at the barbers!!!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#3513 Apr 4, 2013
punjabaan wrote:
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That person would be an idiot .. just ask him to chop few hair from the centre .. this will surely reduce his judda .. but make sure .. jada baal na kaat de woh .. varna aap judda hi nahi bandh paoge .. but why do u want 2 cut ur sons hair .. is he nt able to maintain it or his judda is big ......
you are right Punjabaan. It is easy to cut from the centre and not reduce the length. If the length is reduced then it may not be possible to tie the jooda.Lovely can do it at home too!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#3514 Apr 4, 2013
lovely wrote:
I went to parlour with my son to reduce his jooda but the stylist could not get my words what did I want :( someone tell how to do this??
@lovely: It is easy. Just open the hairs of your son and comb then backwards like a ladies. Then spread out the hairs so that you are able to differentiate the hairs at the sides which would be making the jooda later. Then take some hairs from center of head to make a tuft/strands and cut them with a scissors from near the scalp. This will reduce a lot of volume from the centre and leave the longer hair at the sides. be careful not to cut too much onto the sides. After cutting the center hairs, comb the hairs forward as if to do a jooda and try to make a jooda. See if the size is ok for you. If you find that it needs to be less, then again cut some more hair from the center.
I think you can do it home and it would be nice for your son. Why do you want to reduce the jooda at age 9 of your son? Is it too big at this age. Usually it is not very big at this age. Once you do it then you may go to the parlour later after a week or so to get it shorter/clipperred from them in the centre itself. Then the stylist would know how much to cut. But why can you not go to the barber (nai)? Many do a good job of it. At home you can do it in stages by cutting off some hairs everyday while you comb the hairs each morning of your son. This way your son would love it too - gradual lessening of weight on the head. happy experimenting lovely! DO you go to parlour for haircuts?
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#3515 Apr 4, 2013
punjabaan wrote:
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Thank u Gold ..... yes that person will have an option to wear cap or bandana ..... otherwise after a certian age big judda looks were odd .. my hubby's cousin bro has a big judda .... all her cousin sisters who are elder to him .. makes fun of big judda .. they sometimes pull it or blow it as a horn .. they have kept his name as headlight or antena .. and if that poor boy has wased his hair .. he will be teased like anything. I come frm hindu family .. but i dont like this teasing .. i always stop them .. he was very demotivated and use to think that judda is the a reason
@Punjabaan: it is really sad the cousin has to be teased. It is appreciable that you come from a hindu family still feel bad about it. Do his cousins - boys and girls, have haircuts?
Is your husband a cut surd?
If you are close to the cousin, politely suggest to him that he may reduce his hair volume by cutting some hairs from the center of his head. it would help reduce some weight off his head and also there would be less teasing. If his hair is too long then he can also shorten the length so that it makes a jooda. This reduction in length and volume would also help him to tie a good style turban. And he would be happy especially in the Delhi summer. He may also wear a cap or bandana for regular use. Ir is easy.
Good luck Punjabaan and may your suggestion find favour with your cousin. Do let us know.
punjabaan

Mumbai, India

#3516 Apr 4, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@Punjabaan: it is really sad the cousin has to be teased. It is appreciable that you come from a hindu family still feel bad about it. Do his cousins - boys and girls, have haircuts?
Is your husband a cut surd?
If you are close to the cousin, politely suggest to him that he may reduce his hair volume by cutting some hairs from the center of his head. it would help reduce some weight off his head and also there would be less teasing. If his hair is too long then he can also shorten the length so that it makes a jooda. This reduction in length and volume would also help him to tie a good style turban. And he would be happy especially in the Delhi summer. He may also wear a cap or bandana for regular use. Ir is easy.
Good luck Punjabaan and may your suggestion find favour with your cousin. Do let us know.
Thank u .. i m always against teasing of judda .. teasing was done by his sisters .. most of them have hair cut. He has already reduced size of his jooda .. i got this idea from him.
Yeas my husband is a cut surd .. but when our affair began he had a judda .. then after few year he had chopped it .. many belive that he has cut his hair because of me .. which was nt correct .. i will always love him with or without his top knot .... now he and his sister are nt allowing me to grow my sons hair .. he is 1 y o .. but they want to cut his hair and i want to make his juddi .. small kids looks so cute with juddi .. but my husband sister keep on telling him U SHOULD CUT HIS HAIR
lovely

Lucknow, India

#3517 Apr 4, 2013
Yes gold he can't handle the weight of that much hair so I am helping him.and sorry can you explain in Punjabi mainu samjh ni aaya poori tara?? And I wanna go to nai but odd lgda hai.I have long hair.I can do it myself but Dar lgda ki I will cut extra n later jooda ni hoya to my mother in law will kill me.and personally I also want to keep his jooda but reduced in volume.is there any video on YouTube?? Plz once tell in Punjabi n how to divide parts of hair??
Gold

Jalandhar, India

#3518 Apr 5, 2013
punjabaan wrote:
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Thank u .. i m always against teasing of judda .. teasing was done by his sisters .. most of them have hair cut. He has already reduced size of his jooda .. i got this idea from him.
Yeas my husband is a cut surd .. but when our affair began he had a judda .. then after few year he had chopped it .. many belive that he has cut his hair because of me .. which was nt correct .. i will always love him with or without his top knot .... now he and his sister are nt allowing me to grow my sons hair .. he is 1 y o .. but they want to cut his hair and i want to make his juddi .. small kids looks so cute with juddi .. but my husband sister keep on telling him U SHOULD CUT HIS HAIR
@ Punjabaan: Thank you for the reply. It is not nice to tease anyone because of his jooda. But since he has already reduced the size of his jooda then it is OK. I must appreciate that your husband loved you so much that he had regard for yur fmaily and chopped off his hairs! You loved him with a jooda but maybe he thought that it would be bothersome for you to explain to your familiy or friends. Did he share about his haircut or he came one day with hair cut? Did you help him style his hair therefater? AS for you son' shair you may explain to them thatyou would like to keep his juddi for some time at least. When he begins school then after some time you may take him for a haircut. Then it would be easy for him and for you also. In this way your wish of a juddi would also be OK. Later your son may also know that he had a juddi when he sees the pics. Maybe you can continue with his juddi till primary school and then go for haircut. Many people continue till high school with juddi/jooda but later adopt haircut.
I think your husband will agree.
Best wishes and keep sharing. It is a source of motivation to others.
Gold

Jalandhar, India

#3520 Apr 5, 2013
lovely wrote:
Yes gold he can't handle the weight of that much hair so I am helping him.and sorry can you explain in Punjabi mainu samjh ni aaya poori tara?? And I wanna go to nai but odd lgda hai.I have long hair.I can do it myself but Dar lgda ki I will cut extra n later jooda ni hoya to my mother in law will kill me.and personally I also want to keep his jooda but reduced in volume.is there any video on YouTube?? Plz once tell in Punjabi n how to divide parts of hair??
@Lovely: It is good that you want to respect your mother in law's views and also not visit a nai now.
OK let me explain. Pehlan tussi usde waal ladies wangoon wah deo.
Phir usde waalon nu khilar deo , jivan hair oil lagaondi ho.
Hun, sir de center chon, kuch waalan nu lae ke cut deo.
Ek vari ch kuch hi waal cut karo.
Hauli hauli usde sir de centre chon waal chotte chotte kar deo.
Aase paase waale waalan nu bilkul na chaedo.
hun usda jooda(juddi) kar deo.
Please take care that you do it a little every day or a sudden reduction is size will make your mother in law suspicious.
And when you do it little by little everyday there is no reason that the hair will be cut more and there will be no jooda.
I hope you will be able to do it.
Even if you have long hair yiou can go to a nai. Many nothers take their son to a nai for hair cut.
May be after you get his volume of hair less, you will like it and then can do it without fear.
Then you may also go to a nai for regular trimming as the cut would be known. Agar thore jahe waal jeyada cut ho jaye they will grow back again.
But be careful to be regular in the cutting.
No they have no videos on youtube.
Hope for the best. You are sucha thoughtful mother. What does your husband say? Have you discussed with him? Better not. Do the reduction in weight, then if he asks tell him.
Keep in touch
lovely

Lucknow, India

#3521 Apr 6, 2013
Gold I cut a few hairs today but there was not much effect on size of jooda.it Is same pehla jidda.and center to hi kyo ?? And how will barber trim his hair?? N what about hair thinning?? My husband is also interested but he wanna do experiment on our son.will comb scissor method work?? And what if hair grows again ??
harry

Ashburn, VA

#3522 Apr 6, 2013
i am very happy now.i started wearing cap now.i get ready easily.but when my parents saw me they got angry then my sister told my problem.then they get angry on sister also for helping me.but they cant do anything so they become calm.i and my sister went to room.now i want to get full haircut but it will be after a month.as my parents are angry now.thanx friends for this cool idea ..
punjabaan

Mumbai, India

#3523 Apr 6, 2013
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Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@ Punjabaan: Thank you for the reply. It is not nice to tease anyone because of his jooda. But since he has already reduced the size of his jooda then it is OK. I must appreciate that your husband loved you so much that he had regard for yur fmaily and chopped off his hairs! You loved him with a jooda but maybe he thought that it would be bothersome for you to explain to your familiy or friends. Did he share about his haircut or he came one day with hair cut? Did you help him style his hair therefater? AS for you son' shair you may explain to them thatyou would like to keep his juddi for some time at least. When he begins school then after some time you may take him for a haircut. Then it would be easy for him and for you also. In this way your wish of a juddi would also be OK. Later your son may also know that he had a juddi when he sees the pics. Maybe you can continue with his juddi till primary school and then go for haircut. Many people continue till high school with juddi/jooda but later adopt haircut.
I think your husband will agree.
Best wishes and keep sharing. It is a source of motivation to others.
My husband has never cut his hair because of my family .. i loved him since his judda days and my family would have accepted him with his judda .. his hair cut was pre planned .. i felt very bad aftr his hair cut .. my mother in law and her my hubby s sister dont want my son to keep juddi ..
Singh

Delhi, India

#3524 Apr 6, 2013
Guyz m a sikh boy and I don't want to cut my hair but at the same time I don't like my long hair . I straighten my hair Offen but I want them to be shoulder length. I am really fucked up and don't know what to do. I want to try new hair styles on me. Want to see how I look. But am really fed up with the every day care we have to do for them washing them takes to much of time.
I don't noe what to do
And I hate the hair on the face

HELP PLEASE
A-HOPE

Patiala, India

#3525 Apr 6, 2013
I have a good friend who is a hairdresser and she is also sikh. I have learnt a way of reducing the volume of long hair. Its called thinning in normal salons.

Just like sikhs rotate their hair in a straight braid like manner before doing joora... After that just take a scissor and start making cuts on it at different lengths by keeping the scissor at angle of 45 degrees.... cut a little on all lengths .

Then comb the hair again and the cut hair will fall down. Then twist the hair again and this time check if any hair edges come out of the braid. Cut those edges too.

Now your hair are free of split ends and are also reduced in volume. And no one will know that you ever but your hair :)
Cheers !!
A-HOPE

Patiala, India

#3526 Apr 6, 2013
sorry for posting twice. and i mean CUT instead of but
Singh

Delhi, India

#3527 Apr 7, 2013
A-HOPE wrote:
I have a good friend who is a hairdresser and she is also sikh. I have learnt a way of reducing the volume of long hair. Its called thinning in normal salons.
Just like sikhs rotate their hair in a straight braid like manner before doing joora... After that just take a scissor and start making cuts on it at different lengths by keeping the scissor at angle of 45 degrees.... cut a little on all lengths .
Then comb the hair again and the cut hair will fall down. Then twist the hair again and this time check if any hair edges come out of the braid. Cut those edges too.
Now your hair are free of split ends and are also reduced in volume. And no one will know that you ever but your hair :)
Cheers !!
Thank you for your idea
Bt I m very scared to do it

Few years back I went to a salon where I told I reduce the volume little bit but my friends played a prank with me
That time I ws a 9
I was so scared to do it
That time the person told me I close my eyes and he will do it
I did so and he actually cut all my hair bearly an inch ws left
I got scolded so much and was told to grow them again
And now m a sikh again with long hair

Now I don't like it and
D ball on my head irritates me so much that I make a joora at the back of my head like girls and now people have started teasing me
Or when I am in the school I can't fight because my hair joora always opens and being straight hair I luk like a girl
Now so many of my class mates have started targeting my joora at the back everyday someone or the other hits on it Nd runs
I am so fucked up
I can't wear patka it feels like heat has gathered onside my head and would burst any time
Singh

Delhi, India

#3528 Apr 7, 2013
Basically I wanna keep my hair but reduce there length a bit but what I feel is that I like making joora at the back or a pony i feel comfortable in that but that is not acceptable by the society I think
That's why m facing so much of problems
Gold please give some suggestions
XXX

Delhi, India

#3529 Apr 7, 2013
CUT UR HAIR DUDE
GO BALD
FEELS SO AWSM
free free free
A-HOPE

Patiala, India

#3530 Apr 7, 2013
Singh wrote:
Basically I wanna keep my hair but reduce there length a bit but what I feel is that I like making joora at the back or a pony i feel comfortable in that but that is not acceptable by the society I think
That's why m facing so much of problems
Gold please give some suggestions
why are u scared to do it urself ????
Jasmeet

New Delhi, India

#3531 Apr 8, 2013
i am a sikh boy(16 years of age)i want to cut my hair i dont like it what should i do? i am scared of my parents
Singh

New Delhi, India

#3532 Apr 8, 2013
A-HOPE wrote:
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why are u scared to do it urself ????
Do what my self ?

I have toe length hair and if I do it every1 at home will get to know

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