Mandeep Singh

New Delhi, India

#4098 Dec 18, 2013
HEyy friends !! i want to share my problem with you ... i have receded hairlne and moveover my hair is not dense or not in volume earlier i got haircut and again kept my hair and didn't get haircut from last 2 years and now my hair is neck length and i don't know what to do ???? please help
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4099 Dec 18, 2013
Kaur wrote:
<quoted text>
He will accompany, but wont cut his own hairs
@Kaur: Maye he will come by slowly. His presence is proof enough that he supports you, and will stand by you. If you are comfortable with short hair, I am sure you will be able to encourage him enough in days to come, to get haircut. In Mumbai, I do not think it matters much, whether you have short hair and he has turban. The trennd is changing in other cities too. It is personal choice and courage to stand up to people's talk and your convenience. Good Luck, for your new look!

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4101 Dec 19, 2013
mani

United States

#4102 Dec 19, 2013
QUOTE who="Gold"<quoted text>@Mani: Thanks for the encouraging post. It should encourage others who are reading/following this blog and forum. she is surely relieved from the har roz da tanta of combing and joora and patka; then washing oiling and combing. No early morning rush to trouble her. Both you brothers also will love your life now and be cool about it. Your mom is a real gem for you and you can all go to a saloon together for haircuts. Greatness to your chachi who understood your need and supported you. Does she want to get haircuts fo your cousins? or high school tak wait karni hai. Hun taan elementary school vich jora chal janda hai. Aapni post naal hor vi bahut saare dostan nu faaida ho jaanda hai, is karke sanu eh experience write karne jaroori han. Good luck in your experiences!QUOTE

hie .. yes chachiji vi tyaar ne apne bchea de vaal cut krvaan lyi but aje ohna de bache apne aap nai keh rye ena. moreover ohi reh gye bchea vicho ptka and joora vale sade ghar vicho and aje chachu vi nai agree.but according to my opinion hair cut krva dena chahida chachiji nu coz in future i know they both are not going to have their joora. and chachiji vi apna tume waste kr rye ne . gold you also tell your experience here. how you go for cut??
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4103 Dec 19, 2013
mani wrote:
QUOTE who="Gold"<quoted text>@Mani: Thanks for the encouraging post. It should encourage others who are reading/following this blog and forum. she is surely relieved from the har roz da tanta of combing and joora and patka; then washing oiling and combing. No early morning rush to trouble her. Both you brothers also will love your life now and be cool about it. Your mom is a real gem for you and you can all go to a saloon together for haircuts. Greatness to your chachi who understood your need and supported you. Does she want to get haircuts fo your cousins? or high school tak wait karni hai. Hun taan elementary school vich jora chal janda hai. Aapni post naal hor vi bahut saare dostan nu faaida ho jaanda hai, is karke sanu eh experience write karne jaroori han. Good luck in your experiences!QUOTE
hie .. yes chachiji vi tyaar ne apne bchea de vaal cut krvaan lyi but aje ohna de bache apne aap nai keh rye ena. moreover ohi reh gye bchea vicho ptka and joora vale sade ghar vicho and aje chachu vi nai agree.but according to my opinion hair cut krva dena chahida chachiji nu coz in future i know they both are not going to have their joora. and chachiji vi apna tume waste kr rye ne . gold you also tell your experience here. how you go for cut??
@mani: thanks for sharing. eh bahut hi changi gal hai ki tuhadi chachiji aapne bachhean da haircut karvaun nu ready hai. Tuhanu te tuhade brother nu dekh ke your cousins will get interested. you may help them, if you feel that haircut karva laina chahida. jadon you do foe haircut to saloon, take them along. they will get interested te uhna nukoi barber de scissors tun dar nahin laguga. Tussi apne chachaji de saame aapne hairstyle di gal kareya karo. Aapne bro dihappy hon di gal karo. If your chachi is interested, oh man jange. I agree, apne bachean da haircut karke chachi khush ho jaange. And you will have a good family with saare bache having haircut. Keep posting about developments.
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4104 Dec 19, 2013
@mani: you asked me about myself. Well it is a long story. it began in college when one o my classmate got a haircut. he turned out to look good. After a few days another boy got a haircut and then the girls in our class told me ke main vi haircut karva lavan. pehlan taan main bahut dar gayeya, par jadun uhnan ne bahut vari keheya taan main soochan lag payeya. i discussed with my friends who told me it is cool. Ek do vaari main barber shop te gayeya vi , par vapas aa gayeya. mainu usde scissors te razor tun afraid si. But then in the holidays main apne ek school time de frend nu milan layi gaya. It was summer time and in India summer is very hot and trouble some. One evening we were sitting on the open and he mentioned how cool it was with the air running through his hairs. he had a short haircut specially for summers. Then expressed my wish and also told him about the earlier incidents. He took the initiative and took me to a barber shop. i was really afraid and also feeling very jittery. but the barber shop was free and my friend asked if the barber would cut my hair. The barber first asked me. I sat on the chair and did not answer; but took off my turban and when the barber saw my 'joora' he was surprised. he wanted to be sure if I wanted a haircut. mere friend me usnu dassiya ke haircut kar de. mere vaal khulan tun bina hi barber ne scissors naal joora nu cut kar ditta.mere vaal saare paase spread ho gaye. short and falling near my earsnd light ness on my head. I felt sad but sat very still. The barber then wrapped a white cloth around m. I did not know it was called cape, then. then he cut my hair short like a school boy. usne sprayer naal saare vaal wet kar ditte te vaal cut kari gaya. pehlan long hairs girde agye ; phir small snips mere cape te san. He tapered the back hairs with a hand clipper. Pher usne razor(ustra) naal mere neckline nu shave keeta behind the ears nu vi shave keeta. Side burns taan nahin si kite. Unse beard nu trim keeta and asked if I need a shave. But i did not agree. mere friend ne mainu chair ton utha ke changi taran dekheya te joor naal jhappi paa laye. I felt so different. Aapni turban main apne naal lai ke barber sho pton bahar aa agya. Mere friend ne barber nu pay keeta. In about half hour I was a different looking person. Hun main khush taan si par could not still accept that I had got a haircut!
I was happy and my friend was happy too. After some more days of staying with my friend, I also went to the barber shop a second time. This time I did not get afraid of the scissors and also asked for a very close cut. I was happy that no more summer problem and more free time. When I came back to college, everyone was surprised and the girls in the class were so pleased. As I was having shortest hair everone anted to rub their hands on the soft fuzz. We partied and I was real happy. We wre all hair cut surds in the class now!
This is more than 30 years now and it was more difficult to get parents nu understand karvauna te family nu agree karna. but somehow the accepted.
Hope you like it mani friend.
Then I helped many others who wanted haircuts but never forced anyone. it is a real gat feeling. par mere haed shave karan nu jee karda. I have not got it done. But aapne bacheyan nu 2 or 3 thimes head shave karta. they were so happy ke head te koi vaal nahin!
singh

United States

#4105 Dec 19, 2013
gold...very nyc and incouraging story of urss..ur a real gem...plz tell us abt ur wife and children haircuts in detail and ur frds haircuts..

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4106 Dec 21, 2013
Gold wrote:
@mani: you asked me about myself. Well it is a long story. it began in college when one o my classmate got a haircut. he turned out to look good. After a few days another boy got a haircut and then the girls in our class told me ke main vi haircut karva lavan. pehlan taan main bahut dar gayeya, par jadun uhnan ne bahut vari keheya taan main soochan lag payeya. i discussed with my friends who told me it is cool. Ek do vaari main barber shop te gayeya vi , par vapas aa gayeya. mainu usde scissors te razor tun afraid si. But then in the holidays main apne ek school time de frend nu milan layi gaya. It was summer time and in India summer is very hot and trouble some. One evening we were sitting on the open and he mentioned how cool it was with the air running through his hairs. he had a short haircut specially for summers. Then expressed my wish and also told him about the earlier incidents. He took the initiative and took me to a barber shop. i was really afraid and also feeling very jittery. but the barber shop was free and my friend asked if the barber would cut my hair. The barber first asked me. I sat on the chair and did not answer; but took off my turban and when the barber saw my 'joora' he was surprised. he wanted to be sure if I wanted a haircut. mere friend me usnu dassiya ke haircut kar de. mere vaal khulan tun bina hi barber ne scissors naal joora nu cut kar ditta.mere vaal saare paase spread ho gaye. short and falling near my earsnd light ness on my head. I felt sad but sat very still. The barber then wrapped a white cloth around m. I did not know it was called cape, then. then he cut my hair short like a school boy. usne sprayer naal saare vaal wet kar ditte te vaal cut kari gaya. pehlan long hairs girde agye ; phir small snips mere cape te san. He tapered the back hairs with a hand clipper. Pher usne razor(ustra) naal mere neckline nu shave keeta behind the ears nu vi shave keeta. Side burns taan nahin si kite. Unse beard nu trim keeta and asked if I need a shave. But i did not agree. mere friend ne mainu chair ton utha ke changi taran dekheya te joor naal jhappi paa laye. I felt so different. Aapni turban main apne naal lai ke barber sho pton bahar aa agya. Mere friend ne barber nu pay keeta. In about half hour I was a different looking person. Hun main khush taan si par could not still accept that I had got a haircut!
I was happy and my friend was happy too. After some more days of staying with my friend, I also went to the barber shop a second time. This time I did not get afraid of the scissors and also asked for a very close cut. I was happy that no more summer problem and more free time. When I came back to college, everyone was surprised and the girls in the class were so pleased. As I was having shortest hair everone anted to rub their hands on the soft fuzz. We partied and I was real happy. We wre all hair cut surds in the class now!
This is more than 30 years now and it was more difficult to get parents nu understand karvauna te family nu agree karna. but somehow the accepted.
Hope you like it mani friend.
Then I helped many others who wanted haircuts but never forced anyone. it is a real gat feeling. par mere haed shave karan nu jee karda. I have not got it done. But aapne bacheyan nu 2 or 3 thimes head shave karta. they were so happy ke head te koi vaal nahin!
so aaapki family me no one objected?
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4107 Dec 21, 2013
@Raman preet: Well objection was there and for a long time I did not get to go home. Then I used to tie a turban when I was home.
Slowly all got used to it and then normalcy returned. Some years later one by one my cousins and then some more in the extended family started getting hair cuts. Now there is rarely a family where there is a turbaned boy. Everyone knows to tie turbans but they are 'cut surds'. Their wives and most of our sisters have also cut or trimmed hair. Needless to say, their children have short hair for boys but girls have long hairs. Those who have settled abroad are with short hair, for sure. Best Wishes to all who focus and contribute to the blog/forum to promote hair cuts. Hope you all have a great holiday season and a fun filled 2014!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4108 Dec 21, 2013
singh wrote:
gold...very nyc and incouraging story of urss..ur a real gem...plz tell us abt ur wife and children haircuts in detail and ur frds haircuts..
It will be very long story telling. We have just loved experimenting with hair styles and had all lengths and even gone in for buzzed hair. As I have mentioned, our children have had shaven heads and have also grown long hair - at one time they had 'jooras' and wore patkas to school. My wife had medium length (naturally) hair and used to keep in a bun - all tied up. once we went to Hyderabad and though it was a pleasant season, her hair kept on opening so much that she got fed up. I suggested that she may cut her hair. As if she was seeking my permission, she got herself a haircut on the first available opportunity. We came to Delhi and she wanted me to accompany her to a parlour. I thought she was joking, but while I waited, she came back a transformed lady with hair just till her shoulders. It was a revelation! Then she never went back for long hair. Actually went from short, shorter, shortest! Now she has neck length but is craving for a shorter cut. She will one day. We have all reached such a state of mind that a little extra growth results in uneasiness and we just troop to a saloon/barber shop and enjoy our haircuts!
Sahil Singh Suman

Ghaziabad, India

#4109 Dec 21, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>@ congrats for you courage and new look. Did your parents accept?. How do you feel now? Have your friends liked your new look. Karan has supported you and you will never forget this good gesture of his. Go for a second styling cut and make it very short as with the first cut the hair is difficult to maintain. When you wash hair at home and a few days after the haircut the hair is not easy. The barber 'sets' it but in natural style the hair needs time to style. This is because of the long time it was tied as a 'joora'. The best thing is to cut it as short as possible so that it grows back in natural style. SO go back and get a second cut as soon as possible. Best wishes and good luck in your new experiences.
My parents first of all objected but later on after a lot of chaos agreed to it. Now i as well as my friends find me smart and handsome. I go to school with my younger brother (Saurabh). He ties a joora and a patka and ppl make fun of him and i did not like it so when we were cuming back i took him to a saloon on the way and got his hair cut. The barber made a pony and cut off the hair and gave a buzz cut. The parents somehow knew this gonna happen so did not react. Now we both look cool brothers. I have a receded hairline but my brother has dense hair as he got haircut at an early stage. I really feel happy fir him.

Since: Nov 13

Ashburn, VA

#4110 Dec 21, 2013
Gold wrote:
<quoted text>It will be very long story telling. We have just loved experimenting with hair styles and had all lengths and even gone in for buzzed hair. As I have mentioned, our children have had shaven heads and have also grown long hair - at one time they had 'jooras' and wore patkas to school. My wife had medium length (naturally) hair and used to keep in a bun - all tied up. once we went to Hyderabad and though it was a pleasant season, her hair kept on opening so much that she got fed up. I suggested that she may cut her hair. As if she was seeking my permission, she got herself a haircut on the first available opportunity. We came to Delhi and she wanted me to accompany her to a parlour. I thought she was joking, but while I waited, she came back a transformed lady with hair just till her shoulders. It was a revelation! Then she never went back for long hair. Actually went from short, shorter, shortest! Now she has neck length but is craving for a shorter cut. She will one day. We have all reached such a state of mind that a little extra growth results in uneasiness and we just troop to a saloon/barber shop and enjoy our haircuts!
Are you guys sure you don't have any hair cut fetish...:P
mani

Ashburn, VA

#4111 Dec 21, 2013
QUOTE who="Gold"@mani: you asked me about myself. Well it is a long story. it began in college when one o my classmate got a haircut. he turned out to look good. After a few days another boy got a haircut and then the girls in our class told me ke main vi haircut karva lavan. pehlan taan main bahut dar gayeya, par jadun uhnan ne bahut vari keheya taan main soochan lag payeya. i discussed with my friends who told me it is cool. Ek do vaari main barber shop te gayeya vi , par vapas aa gayeya. mainu usde scissors te razor tun afraid si. But then in the holidays main apne ek school time de frend nu milan layi gaya. It was summer time and in India summer is very hot and trouble some. One evening we were sitting on the open and he mentioned how cool it was with the air running through his hairs. he had a short haircut specially for summers. Then expressed my wish and also told him about the earlier incidents. He took the initiative and took me to a barber shop. i was really afraid and also feeling very jittery. but the barber shop was free and my friend asked if the barber would cut my hair. The barber first asked me. I sat on the chair and did not answer; but took off my turban and when the barber saw my 'joora' he was surprised. he wanted to be sure if I wanted a haircut. mere friend me usnu dassiya ke haircut kar de. mere vaal khulan tun bina hi barber ne scissors naal joora nu cut kar ditta.mere vaal saare paase spread ho gaye. short and falling near my earsnd light ness on my head. I felt sad but sat very still. The barber then wrapped a white cloth around m. I did not know it was called cape, then. then he cut my hair short like a school boy. usne sprayer naal saare vaal wet kar ditte te vaal cut kari gaya. pehlan long hairs girde agye ; phir small snips mere cape te san. He tapered the back hairs with a hand clipper. Pher usne razor(ustra) naal mere neckline nu shave keeta behind the ears nu vi shave keeta. Side burns taan nahin si kite. Unse beard nu trim keeta and asked if I need a shave. But i did not agree. mere friend ne mainu chair ton utha ke changi taran dekheya te joor naal jhappi paa laye. I felt so different. Aapni turban main apne naal lai ke barber sho pton bahar aa agya. Mere friend ne barber nu pay keeta. In about half hour I was a different looking person. Hun main khush taan si par could not still accept that I had got a haircut!
I was happy and my friend was happy too. After some more days of staying with my friend, I also went to the barber shop a second time. This time I did not get afraid of the scissors and also asked for a very close cut. I was happy that no more summer problem and more free time. When I came back to college, everyone was surprised and the girls in the class were so pleased. As I was having shortest hair everone anted to rub their hands on the soft fuzz. We partied and I was real happy. We wre all hair cut surds in the class now!
This is more than 30 years now and it was more difficult to get parents nu understand karvauna te family nu agree karna. but somehow the accepted.
Hope you like it mani friend.
Then I helped many others who wanted haircuts but never forced anyone. it is a real gat feeling. par mere haed shave karan nu jee karda. I have not got it done. But aapne bacheyan nu 2 or 3 thimes head shave karta. they were so happy ke head te koi vaal nahin.
wow great story. so your friends inspire you to get haircut.
Hia

Cranberry Twp, PA

#4112 Dec 21, 2013
God is just a thing created by the Human brain.
Simran Kaur

Ashburn, VA

#4113 Dec 21, 2013
Hi frds need u r help
Simran Kaur

Ashburn, VA

#4114 Dec 21, 2013
I am sikh girl n never cut my hairs. My hairs are till hips. Now days hair are thin day by day n loss unable to do any style.
Plz suggest wht i can do
My parlour wale ask to cut. wht to do as i am married n family not allow to cut
I am tensed abt my hairs n unable to cut plz help
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4115 Dec 21, 2013
Sahil Singh Suman wrote:
<quoted text>
My parents first of all objected but later on after a lot of chaos agreed to it. Now i as well as my friends find me smart and handsome. I go to school with my younger brother (Saurabh). He ties a joora and a patka and ppl make fun of him and i did not like it so when we were cuming back i took him to a saloon on the way and got his hair cut. The barber made a pony and cut off the hair and gave a buzz cut. The parents somehow knew this gonna happen so did not react. Now we both look cool brothers. I have a receded hairline but my brother has dense hair as he got haircut at an early stage. I really feel happy fir him.
@Sahil: Real good that you took initiative and got your brother a hair cut. It must be liked by him. Also the at one go buzz cut would make him feel light and happy. Your parents will accept with time and slowly your mother would appreciate it. Hi handsome boys!
Gold

Ludhiana, India

#4116 Dec 21, 2013
Simran Kaur wrote:
I am sikh girl n never cut my hairs. My hairs are till hips. Now days hair are thin day by day n loss unable to do any style.
Plz suggest wht i can do
My parlour wale ask to cut. wht to do as i am married n family not allow to cut
I am tensed about my hairs n unable to cut plz help
no other way than to cut and style for volume and bounce. otherwise do not feel band just tie hair in a bun always.
Ashish

Delhi, India

#4117 Dec 22, 2013
I am a sikh boy 20 years old and i hv a younger brother Akaash who is 16 years old. Like a normal sikh family my family is too orthodox about hair. But i always wanted to cut my hair. But as fate would have it about 4 years ago when Akaash was 12 he developed some boils on his head due to heat and sweat, so as adviced by doctor we made him get a haircut and till now he maintains short hair. Since the i used to feel his cut hair abd adore to get mine cut also. When i became 18 i started trimming my beard and gradually just maintaining a stubble. Last week it was like another normal visit to the saloon for my beard cut but i went with Akaash as he wanted to get a haircut. While his cut was over the barber was trimming my beard, Akassh came to me and said why dont you also cut the joora and look cool. His words struck me and my desire was out. Tears were in my eyes but i said i cannot parents wiuld feel bad. But Akaash had felt the freedom so he held my hand and consoled me to get it done. But the barber refused to cut my joora and told me to cut ot at home and cum here for styling as he did not want any problems. But suddendly Akaash opened my patka and unfurled my joora and snatched the scissors from the table and snipped my hair till my neck. My head felt light. Hen ge told barber to proceed. I got a byzz cut as advised by akaash as my hair growth though dense but was not styled. Also the stubble was shaved. I felt awesome, Akaash made me feel liberty.
Mandeep Singh

New Delhi, India

#4118 Dec 23, 2013
Gold wrote:
@Raman preet: Well objection was there and for a long time I did not get to go home. Then I used to tie a turban when I was home.
Slowly all got used to it and then normalcy returned. Some years later one by one my cousins and then some more in the extended family started getting hair cuts. Now there is rarely a family where there is a turbaned boy. Everyone knows to tie turbans but they are 'cut surds'. Their wives and most of our sisters have also cut or trimmed hair. Needless to say, their children have short hair for boys but girls have long hairs. Those who have settled abroad are with short hair, for sure. Best Wishes to all who focus and contribute to the blog/forum to promote hair cuts. Hope you all have a great holiday season and a fun filled 2014!

my story is also same but i kept my hair again and now is 2 years and now my hair is neck length and in less in volume and not in good condition and also hairfall also take place telll me what i do ??????????

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