Oh no, haha! That can be too awkward to swallow. I know how that feels; my hair is similar to yours; a little looser, but similar enough to attract that, "OMGMEGODSIWANNASPRINGIT" unwanted attention. And finding food leave-on conditioners [unless they're AG: Fast Food, at least] can be a miiiiisssssiiiion.
I notice things that no one could possibly care about.
To notice one of them for yourself (because we all have big weighty mounds of spare time): - Find as many self-portrait photographs as you can (mobile phone and computer pictures are most accommodating of what follows). - Note how many of them do not include the top of the subject's head. - Calculate the percentage of those that are missing the top of the subject's head. - Ponder why.
mine was because of where the webcam hit, but it is a strange phenomenon. i think it has to do with wanting to get a full upper body shot & face like in a normal portrait, but the photo taker can't get the camera far away enough to do so? needs more pondering, less logic.
I think the only thing that would make this awkward is if you weren't alone and you were just like trying several different poses while your family is just looking at you like "Gurl what in the hell is you doin'!?"