I've never been one to dye my hair (my mother successfully scared me early on into thinking I'd never be able to go back to my natural blonde locks if I did), but I've been doing a lot of playing with the length and style lately. I had long hair for years, and then last year when I turned 30 I chopped it to a bob. This year, I kept a long bob and added bangs. I almost cried when I got them because I didn't recognize my face in the mirror. I wanted my hair to be long again. I was way out of my hair comfort-zone. It took my boyfriend telling me that I looked pretty every day for about 3 weeks before I started to feel comfortable with them, and another week before I decided I kind of like them. Dramatic, I know.
The point of describing my hair "woes" is this - it doesn't matter if my hair is long or short, dark or light, if I have bangs or no bangs.
I'm still me when I look in the mirror; what I see there is merely my perception of myself in that moment.
Also change is inevitable, sometimes uncomfortable, but often exactly what we need.
And hair grows. #life#changes#takeachance#leap#doyou#hairgrows#writersofinstagram#beauty#honestbeauty#youareenough
"We shine together like the moon and stars" so blessed to get the chance to work with @lizlinett on my look that I love wearing clothing by @nikolia_kidswear and my amazing hair and makeup look by @pattielepugh :