Yup, it’s gone. My long locks are now lying in a bin in my local hairdressers. (Well by now they’ll be in a rubbish tip, disposed of as if they’re unwanted, which they’re not. If I could re-attach them somehow I probably would.) Staring at the space where my hair should have been I actually considered purchasing extensions. -But that would involve literally paying for hair, which I shouldn’t need to. I have/had plenty of hair.
This was the first time in a long time I didn’t like what I saw. (She gave me exactly what I asked for; I wasn’t clear what I wanted so when she asked “around the collar bone?” I replied oh yes. I was completely to blame. GOD DAMMIT)
A week later and I still haven’t quite fully adjusted to the change. But I’m starting to like the fact it is a change. I mean let’s be rational it’s not like I’ve shaved it all off or damaged it in some way. It’s healthier now and the ends feel thick instead of straggly. It’s stronger. I also feel very mature with my proper fringe. – One step closer to Adulthood.
I’ve featured this cardigan before here but nine months later and I still enjoy wearing it like its brand new (I’ll have to get into the habit of looking at clothes this way- like they’re new- as I won’t be purchasing any new ones till January 2017.) Read about this crazy – seemed-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time rule here.
Yes it does feel like a sort of house-cardigan with it’s dressing gown qualities but during the winter I dress for one purpose; comfort. – If it looks good that’s a bonus.
But where does it all come from? Look #83: Cardigan – Mango, Shirt – Forever 21, Jeans – TKMaxx, Boots – Dune