Friday, October 7, 2011

Hair Do or Don't?

It's Friday and I'm so excited for this weekend! The best part about this weekend? We don't have much planned.  The temps have gone back up into the 80's so this weekend will probably be spent enjoying the last bit of summer before fall gets settled in for good :) Although we don't have much planned, I am hoping to get something done with my hair....but oh my, I can't decide what!

Let me explain. I do my hair everyday and I am so sick of it. Do you ever feel this way? I have dreamed of having long, flowy, loose curls since freshman year of high school.
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Every year I grow my hair out a little and then every summer I chop it off. I go through this vicious cycle every. single. year. Well, this year has been different. I have made it through the summer and all my hair is still intact! Now, I just have to figure out the right way to achieve the look I'm going for....and the hard part, figuring out the best haircut. I also don't know if now is even the right time to get a hair cut for the loose, curls look. Maybe I should keep growing it?

See?! I'm all over the place. I need a hair stylist consultant. Anyone know one? Send 'em my way, please :)

That's enough with the hair babble for today. I'll leave you with some picture that I use as inspiration and some tutorial options. Any opinions? I would really appreciate them!
Have a great Friday!
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I actually already use this method. It works out ok.
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Yes, please!
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2 comments:

Holly said...

I go through the same cycle as you! But I'm growing my hair out so that I can donate it eventually, but I'm waiting another 6 months at least for it to grow--it grows fast. I curl my hair almost every morning, and I did a vlog tutorial but it's too long to put on here otherwise I'd send it over to you now! But it's very much like that 'pretty quick' pic you posted--my hair is SUPER thick but I only have to curl it in 2 sections, top and bottom. Curl it away from your face and then once it settles, run your fingers through it. If you e-mail me, I will send you the tutorial I learned it from: perfectly.imperfect.holly@gmail.com

Mrs. Smith said...

Reese is my hair idol. I love her.