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[[Jonathan Archer]] suggested that maybe his hair was parted on the wrong side. ({{ENT|A Night in Sickbay}})
 
[[Jonathan Archer]] suggested that maybe his hair was parted on the wrong side. ({{ENT|A Night in Sickbay}})
   
Many races favored specific types of hairstyles or cuts, such as [[Vulcan]]s, who often had a bowl cut they happened to share with [[Human]] [[20th century]] [[comedian]] [[Moe Howard]] ({{ENT|Carbon Creek}}), and [[Romulan]]s, who had a similar cut with pointed fringes overlapping their forehead. [[DeSeve]] wore his hair in the Romulan fashion following his [[defector|defection]] to the [[Romulan Empire]]. ({{TNG|Face of the Enemy}})
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Many races favored specific types of hairstyles or cuts, such as [[Vulcan]]s, who often had a bowl cut they happened to share with [[Human]] [[20th century]] [[comedian]] [[Moe Howard]] ({{ENT|Carbon Creek}}), and [[Romulan]]s, who had a similar cut with pointed fringes overlapping their forehead. [[Stefan DeSeve]] wore his hair in the Romulan fashion following his [[defector|defection]] to the [[Romulan Empire]]. ({{TNG|Face of the Enemy}})
   
 
''Some hairstyles incorporated bangs, a section of short hair combed over one's forehead. In [[2259]], {{alt|James T. Kirk}} vented about his frustration with {{alt|Spock}} to {{alt|Nyota Uhura}}, expressing his desire to '' "to rip the bangs off of his (the Vulcan's) [[head]]"''. ({{film|12}})''
 
''Some hairstyles incorporated bangs, a section of short hair combed over one's forehead. In [[2259]], {{alt|James T. Kirk}} vented about his frustration with {{alt|Spock}} to {{alt|Nyota Uhura}}, expressing his desire to '' "to rip the bangs off of his (the Vulcan's) [[head]]"''. ({{film|12}})''
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