I'm on month 5 going into 6 right now. I'm really not to sure about the awkward stage as the way I style it I think it looks even better when it gets longer. You get split ends and you'll have a bunch of rambo hairs that decide to go retard and go in all different directions, the way I style it is I push the sides back while I style the front however I feel like (layering etc). Its a nice feel to finally be able to push hair back and put behind ears etc
Lol yup. I made it to about 4 or 5 months then shaved it all off one night. Felt so good, but I decided to try again cuz I wanna have long hair once in my life. So now here I am 5 weeks later. If you're serious, don't try to trim it up and thin it and make it look good. Just let the **** grow. I'm finding it easier this time around because I just don't care any more. You notice your hair 1000 times more than everyone else does. Get some hair oil stuff so it doesn't look like a fuzzy qtip.
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After the 3-4 month stage, to avoid it getting 'awkward', always brush it back. It looks alpha as fxck unless you already have a beta face or weird shaped head. Either that, or style/gel it. Do it long enough and you've concealed the weirdest looking part. After the 8-9 month stage, you just look like you have rocker hair. After that it only gets better.
Long hair ain't a joke though, gotta take a lot of care of it or it'll look like shxt.
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it'll most likely last untill you next get it cut. I grew mine out from a number 2 on the sides, undercut/v cut for about 6 months. Just kind cut/trimmed the fringe/top myself then went to a hairdressers to get it get cut into the new style i wanted. Waiting out the 'awkward' stage wasn't a big deal though