Hmmm. You could try shifting the part (that’s what works best for me - I completely swapped sides) for starters. Also, if you normally get the top textured or thinned, you may want to opt out of that next cut, as it can contribute to floof.
Pomade can work wonders, but it’ll also be a different style (more slicked back) that you may or may not want.
But try the part thing first, it may be as simple as that!
THIS IS MY BANE WHEN I’M LOOKING FOR SCREENCAPS FOR COSPLAY OR WHATEVER AND KEEP RUNNING INTO MY OWN DAMNED FACE AND I AM JUST ಠ_ಠ
It Always Turns Sunny in Philadelphia
yeah I was waiting a long time to make this, hahaha. Dedicated to the-oxford-english-fangirl!
Oh, and someone is writing Historical AU Charlie Kelly/Major Hewlett fanfic, right? RIGHT?By the way if anyone does want to write that fic please include Colonel Cricket as Major Hewlett’s associate thank you so very, very much.
I don’t have cable and haven’t been able to watch Turn yet, so I assume this is all canon.
startrekrenegades said: Using a bicycle may be much easier for you than horseback, then, since you can generally keep your legs in neutral-forward positions (and no toe-pointing).
That’s what I’m hoping for, coz I can’t roller skate, either (ankle is shot) and I really want to be able to nyooom around on some of the nice trails around here.
spacechampion said: have you ever gotten knee surgery??
That entire leg needs a do-over — sciatic nerve, hip, knee, and arch. :)
I should be able to make it to my 50s without need for surgery. I manage fine walking around in my natural pigeon-toed gait, albeit I am sore at the end of most days. It’s when my left leg has to turn *out* (like when atop a horse) that my knee goes NOPE and decides to vie with kidney stones for Worst Pain I Have Experienced to Date.
Huh. I don’t remember taking this photo. Given how the timestamp is 5:48am on Megacon Saturday… that is probably why.
I think I’m going to wire my shirt collar to always do that. That is some quality dishevelment.
Ok, that settles it. I am going to try out my friend’s recumbent bicycle next time I see him.