Greetings! I recently was hired on by my local police department, and I am in need of a really short hair cut. The regulations state that an officer's hair cannot go past the ear. My issue is, I have…Continue
"Thank you everybody for all the suggestions. I will upload a picture tomorrow of the cut I got today. I talked with my barber and decided to start with a cut similar to that of the first picture posted by Josh. I'll work with this for a while…"
"True, if you wanted to "rip the band-aid off" and go for it, a high n' tight fits any face shape, and looks badass, to boot. And if you've never had really short hair, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how great it feels."
"Or, instead of slowly working your way shorter and shorter, you could just embrace the new you and "go for it." Sometimes a break with your tradition is the best way to handle it.
Please post the photo I requested so we can…"
"Glad you're open to going short. A lot of younger people aren't. You've got a very youthful face, and a military type cut could give you a bit more "cred." A high n' tight is a pretty strict cut, and shows dedication…"
"Pull back your hair, and let us see the shape of your entire face. That would be helpful.
Regardless of the actual regulations, most police departments encourage military-style haircuts, like a zero buzz, or a high-and-tight. And,…"
Greetings! I recently was hired on by my local police department, and I am in need of a really short hair cut. The regulations state that an officer's hair cannot go past the ear. My issue is, I have worn my hair long all my life and I have no idea what looks good and what looks bad on my head shape. Any advice?See More
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"You can read books and posts, but what it really comes down to is experience and trial by fire. I've been an NCO for six years and I'm still developing my leadership style. Something to consider though is lessons learned from past and…"
"First of all, congratulations, Corporal! That's a big step, and one that prompts many to ask the very questions you are. Thankfully, our beloved Corps has provided you with all the tools you need already. Study the leadership traits and…"