Who decided that short hair is for men and long hair is for women? Society, to be frank, dating centuries back, as suggested by historic paintings, statues, and artifacts. Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, the author of Face Value: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women’s Lives, pointed out correctly in an issue of Psychology Today. She said, “Certainly in our culture, hair length is a loose, societally structured form of sexual dimorphism or a trait that differentiates between the sexes.” Celebrities have defied social constructs for decades, including gender-based hair. But they are the anomalies. Most people follow convention, wearing the hair lengths and styles deemed socially acceptable. But that is until now! Long and short gender-based hair is evolving and becoming more fluid.