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Trims, yes they’e necessary to keep it healthy. But a drastic change to length? Not happening till October 2013. Only then will I have it chopped and donated. (And then for that Halloween I’ll make the greatest Pebbles yet!)
Obviously to glitz up for Robert Redford or Frank Sinatra-whenever they stop fighting over whose taking me to the Jazz Club this weekend that is.
But in all reality? Straight hair is not something natural for me. I have thick, wavy hair that shouldn’t be fought with but rather managed and accentuated.
Who wouldn’t want to have their hair work itself out during the night to basically wake up in the morning only having to let down lovely loose locks that bounce gracefully as you prance the city sidewalks? Simply add some mary janes with a pop of lip color and baby, you’re a winner.
This is a serious fallback to things my grandma would do-but I never think it’ll stop being classy and downright eye catching.
Theres something, just something about a lady’s hair and happiness. Take a little bit more time to make it ‘nice’ (straighten, style, blow dry, extra conditiononing, whatever) every once and a while and you’ll instantly have a mini-mood booster.