If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you know that I am basically the most low maintenance person in the world when it come to my hair.
I get $7 hair cuts from Great Clips (I always go when I have a coupon) and I’ve never colored my hair.
This past week I was talking to my mother about how “blah” I’ve been feeling lately. I feel like my hair falls flat and is just kind of boring.
I suppose that’s not hard to believe considering I only ever get a trim when I get a haircut and my hair is cut at one length across the bottom. I’m so adventurous!
My mom suggested going to a real salon and speaking with a professional about the possibility of longer layers or a different haircut to add a little more oomph to my hair.
I made an appointment earlier this week for a haircut at J.Con in St. Pete.
After speaking with my stylist, Shelle, we decided to angle the hair around my face and do long layers in the back. I thought I’d feel nervous about doing something out of the ordinary, but Shelle made me feel confident that she wouldn’t do anything drastic and would keep my longer length.
Check out the new ‘do!
Totally different, right!? Okay, so it doesn’t look that different, but I think it will be fun to play around with the added layers. I just hope they don’t make my hair look even thinner!
When I arrived home from J.Con, I pinned my hair back to make Ryan think I got a bob. Muhaha!
He starred at me for a minute, smiled and said “You just pinned it back!” I get the feeling that he is a little attached to my longer hair. I’ve done the short thang before in middle school and it made my face look like a pumpkin, so short hair will not be seen on my head in the near future.
Today’s breakfast was a weekend favorite.
I made the pancakes using Fiber One pancake mix that my parents had on hand. I’m hoping the added fiber will give these lil’ cakes some staying power.
Off to enjoy my Saturday!