Rich girl hair
Hello!! Did you miss me?? Sorry for my two-week hiatus, but Empire and Scandal aren't going to watch themselves. And, writing about my long distance runs are generally not entertaining for most (#sorrynotsorry). But, I'm baaaaaaacccckkk and going through my quarterly feeling of hair angst. Meaning, I want to chop all of my hair off and start anew. Be one of the cool girls that's able to pull off an edgy cut and still look completely feminine. And, let me tell you, finding hair inspo is HARD out there for a pimp.
I am scouring the archives (like, early 2000s people) for short hairstyles, so that I don't say to my Dominican hairdresser with a love of sniping (which, I'm sure is true of most hair stylists, but my trims tend to leave me a couple of inches shorter than I originally planned), that I want something, "Edgy, but also can be cleaned up for work. You know, very Clare Underwood." Because, I'm almost confident that: a) the word 'edgy' doesn't translate across language barriers, b) that 'edgy' is subjective; I've been sporting a bob for the last 5 years, so she could think, ok. this girl is looking for layers (true), c) that she doesn't watch House of Cards?? (?!?!?!?!). I think I would be completely disturbed by c, and would be the least surprised by b. I mean, she's right, edgy to me is layers. But, the fact of the matter is, I've been thinking about cutting my hair for too long now and I'm turning 30. So, now's as good a time as any, right?! Right?!
However, there's the other part of me, that's started using Dessange Paris' Oleo Miracle shampoo and conditioner (and replenishing oil) that wants to hold out and wait for my rich girl hair to kick in. Hair, hair, long beautiful hair!!! So, I am, per usual, divided in what I want to do. In the meantime, here are some of the haircuts I'm considering.
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