I'm 19, and been told these things
"You have a baby face" by friends
Been called "Pretty boy" by a few girls
And been told "You look like you're not a day over 17" by either adults or peers that meet me for the first time.
I've been given more conventional compliments as well as cute/handsome/etc. But the ones relating to "pretty" or feminine stand out to me more. So I'd rather "fix" it if possible.
Any tips. Haircut change, anything? Also, what exactly are the feminine features my face has?
You're fucking 19. It's normal that you look young.
Anyway, the haircut is a big reason why you look so effeminate. If you wanna look masculine, get a masculine haircut. Getting /fit/ would probably help, too.
I used to look pretty young around your age.
Start lifting. Losing weight + gaining muscle + the exposure to testosterone will help a LOT.
Also, yes, a haircut would help. Go short.
You look like a 19 year old desu
but if you want a push:
lose the babyfat
read the /fit/ sticky, go for walks, eat grilled chicken 3 times a week, cut out soda
maybe take a zinc supplement and smoke
embrace it you retard.
I'm 21 and since I look so young, I save tons of money when getting haircuts. I went to a family friend's barbershop awhile ago and the nigga thought I was 17, i'm like broo i graduated years ago, im 21.
>implying a cutting your hair short like some chav looks manly
Dude, just trim it/reduce the volume and workout to lose that fat. Enjoy it while it last, because if you make it to 50, you'll wish you look ed younger.
Also, you look like a normal 19 year old, I don't now why you're getting all worked about looking like a child when you are, in fact, a child. Even more so if you're 'murricun.
I have the same problem OP. Thankfully I can grow a beard if I get really insecure but I hate beards. If you're tall and/or have a deep voice than it's not a issue. Other wise Short hair and maybe a beard would make you look more masculine.
I've done it myself for about a year but I've only seen very minor improvements, which could just be due to age, weight loss or placebo. This only works in theory, but I've yet to see someone who actually did this with success.