His hair keeps on getting longer hahahahahaha.
Anyway, headcanon time.
Loki used to braid Thor’s hair. So when Loki’s not around, he tried to braid it, but couldn’t get himself to tie the end and it’s just……… undone.
I saw this gorgeous lineart and had to play:
OMG GUYS GUYS GUYS
I THINK I’M GOING TO CRY BECAUSE DOSE COLOURS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHJGDFSHFSJDFHJDSHF
THANK YOU, MAN ;-;
The hair headcanons always kill me. ;A;
The Progression of Loki.
My bet is if you shave his head he’ll be a playful little puppy dog.
YOUR LOKI IS EVOLVING!!
What do you even do with that much hair
went to an American restaurant today!!!! ‘ello mate!!!!!! put forks in my hair to show my love for these Westerners’ food!!! Haha!!!!! Ha!!!! Ha!!! Ha!!! Ha !
#now all of you know how fucking ridiculous you look with chopsticks in your hair
Oh my god. The irony.
Nobody wears chopsticks in their hair, okay? I will not deny that there are some supremely ignorant people who refer to them as such, but that only makes this post more ridiculous. Because you, as someone who should know better, is using that word as a means to claim cultural appropriation.
The proper term is hairpin or hair stick. And yes, they have been widely used in Asian cultures. They’ve also appeared in just about every major culture since the dawn of history. I would not be surprised if some clever cavewoman twisted her hair around a sturdy twig to get it out of her face for a few hours. Literally the only way I can think of to claim legitimate cultural appropriation on this is if you were referring specifically to Japanese kanzashi, which have a folded silk technique distinctive from any other similar hair accessories in use today. But if I want to wear these, or these, or even these, then I damned well will. This hair accessory cropped up quite independently in various times and places over the course of human history, and you don’t get to lay claim on them for “your” culture because some idiots call them chopsticks.