Why does Sasuke have long hair?

Kishimoto regarded Sasuke as his most memorable character design because he was developed as Naruto’s opposite. Sasuke’s hair, which was originally short to save Kishimoto time, slowly grew longer as the series progressed.

Many assume that Sasuke’s hair was the way it was so that it could be easier for Itatchi to hit him on the forehead, it became a normal fringe after Itatchi died and he no longer had someone to do that on him. And (not sure) but Oda drew their hair smoothed out since Sasuke’s hair had meaning.

Subsequently, question is, does Sasuke really love Sakura? The only two precious people for Sasuke: His brother and best friend. Sasuke doesn’t love Sakura. He doesn’t feel romantic feelings for any girl in the story.

Thereof, what is Sasuke personality?

Personality… cynical, antisocial, and resentful. As a child, Sasuke was kind and cheerful, but that all changed when he was witnessed the massacre of his clan at age 7. Now, Sasuke’s only goal in life is revenge, and he’ll do whatever he needs to get it.

How do I get hair like Sasuke?

Give yourself a ‘duck’ hair-do. Sasuke has a classic manga hair style, with long emo-like bangs in the front and spiked hair in the back. Grow your hair out a bit, if it’s short, to give yourself more to work with, and practice spiking your hair with mousse or hairspray.

What did Sasuke do wrong?

Sasuke did a lot of terrible things once he left Konoha. He hurt people, ended lives, and organized attacks. The Uchiha heir even actively worked towards destroying his closest friends, Sakura and Naruto. Fans often cite Orichimaru’s manipulation or Sasuke’s tragic past and pain for his actions.

Why didn’t Sasuke get a new arm?

According to Kishimoto, he decided to give the character a large hood because Sasuke concealed his identity during the events of the film. Sasuke’s design was specifically created to support his actions; the area that showed Sasuke had lost his left arm in the Naruto finale was also covered by his clothes.

Why did Kakashi kill Rin?

Rin requests Kakashi to kill her so she may not be used by the Hidden Mist ninja as part of a Trojan Horse scheme against Konoha, but Kakashi is reluctant. She eventually forces herself on the way of Kakashi’s Lightning Blade that he originally directed at the pursuing Hidden Mist ninja, killing her.

Why does Itachi have long hair?

Itachi had black hair, tied into a ponytail with long parted bangs. For much of the series’s duration, Itachi was reviled by fans for killing his and Sasuke’s entire clan, the Uchiha clan. It’s eventually revealed that Itachi didn’t murder his clan in cold blood.

Who married Naruto?


What does Sasuke mean?

Thanks to the number of fans of both the character and the series, Sasuke has become a popular synonym for “ninja.” The name Sasuke itself means “assistant” or “help” in Japanese. Naruto’s Sasuke is one in the line of many notable fictional ninjas.

Does Naruto become Hokage?

In his sleep, Sasuke dreams of his brother Itachi making him breakfast repeatedly until it is perfect. The Day Naruto Became Hokage (2016). Naruto Uzumaki is officially the Seventh Hokage, but does not make it to the ceremony.

Who did Sakura marry?

Sakura Haruno Notable relatives Sasuke Uchiha (husband) Sarada Uchiha (daughter) Itachi Uchiha (brother-in-law, deceased) Ninja rank Genin in Part I Chunin in Part II Jonin in The Last: Naruto the Movie Ninja team Team 7/Team Kakashi

Is Sarada really Sakura’s child?

Sarada Uchiha. A young ninja in training, Sarada is the daughter of Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Uchiha. Sarada was born while her mother was accompanying her father on his travels. Sarada incorrectly believes she is not Sakura’s daughter and goes on a mission to confirm her parentage.

Who married Boruto?


Who is Sarada’s mom?

Sakura Haruno

Who is real mother of Sarada?

Sakura Haruno

What does Sharingan mean?

Sharingan is a transliteration of the Japanese ???, which literally means “copy wheel eye.” The Sharingan is so named because it directly affects the eyes, causing them to turn red with black, comma-like patterns, called tomoe.