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    If you want to grow out the fringe you could try parting his hair on the side and sweeping the fringe across and behind his ears as it grows longer. Often with young kids' hair it can be trained to go a certain way. Or use an alcohol free gel. Maybe get him a baseball cap for wearing back to front around the house.

    If it were me I'd be growing out the fringe. IMHO fringes on boys can easily move into mullet territory which is so not a good look!

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    a gorgeous little boy!

    Chels, ds1 wore an elastic head band every now and then to help grow his fringe out - esoecially when he played soccer...it is very close to being able to tuck behind his ears now.

    I LOVE long hair on boys!

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    OP, this was DS before he got his hair cut, he was about 2.5 here. He got his hair cut a few months later:
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    My DS has a thin fringe...I don't think only girls have fringes...however his hair is just above shoulders and layered so without a fringe it is just in his face all the time. If he had really long hair I would probably grow out his fringe completely.
    I get sick of the 'girl' comments too but I just love his hair and refuse to cut it because socoety is too dumb to look past his hair to realise he is a boy. My DD2 has short hair and she has been called a boy but I will not make her grow it because people are dumb!

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    Boy with a bad haircut

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    I haven't read any of the comments yet. But I actually think boy.

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    Just read the "reveal". I think most people assume girl because he has a girls fringe cut, sorry.. Grow out the fringe and I think people will start think boy

    Very very cute kid btw. Adorable eyelashes. My DH has beautiful long, thick eyelashes, I'm so envious.

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    I thought, wow he,s all grown up

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    Thanks for the tips!
    Hollywood,Your sons hair was gorgeous!!!!
    I didnt realise the fringe was a girl thing?!? I have seen heaps of boys with long hair and a fringe.
    So I am gonna grow his fringe out..and maybe style cut it.My friend is a hairdresser and the only person I could trust not to screw his hair up!!
    My kids hair grows soooooo fast,I cant be bothered with dealing with both of them constantly needing haircuts


 

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