A rare sight….

February 16, 2010

Take one yarnie with unkempt locks which hasn’t been trimmed, let alone cut in years:

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who has been struggling to manage her hair due illness and it just having got so very long. ( I hadn’t realised how wispy it had got!)

To this add a hairdresser who knows what she’s doing and my request that I can still put it up if I need to and for them to not make it look any thinner than it already is.

Normally my haircare consists of washing, conditioning, brushing and occasionally dyeing my hair so when people are talking about feathering and things my eyes start to glaze over as I don’t understand. I’ve been to the hairdressers maybe 3 times in my life, and my mum cut my hair when I was small.

And so I emerged from the hairdressers with the following:

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Shoulder length bob, longer in back than in front and with layers throughout. ( I can say layers now I actually know what it means…)

Normally I avoid my photo being on here, as for the most part I tend to hate photographs of myself, but I wanted to share how it looks.

So, what do you think?



  1. Lovely. Far far better. So often with hair less is more and it looks lovely and thick.

    • I’m amazed by how much thicker it looks now! Its the same hair but the weight of the length was pulling it down I think..

  2. I think it looks great. Young and swingy 🙂 And I agree, it looks a lot thicker.

    • Thankyou. Everyones being so nice. I’m glad I got it done now 🙂

  3. Yay for you, it looks sooo good bet it feels good as well. Go on, how many times have you checked it out in the mirror. lol

    • Probably about half a dozen…or more like a dozen!

      Head feels so much lighter!

      Everyones being so nice about it!

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