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Friday, May 15

Splitting Hairs

Like many of my girlfriends before me, I decided a few months ago to grow my hair out for my upcoming wedding. The plan for the day is a low, loose pony-tail pulled a bit to the side, complementing my side-swept bangs. My hair is naturally quite wavy, so I think the overall effect will be lovely... but I digress. Here's the point of this post: What to do after the day?

Originally I had decided to revert back to my short, messy dark look, complete with long bangs (evidenced here, here, and here.) After being inspired by the following ladies, however, I think I will give long locks another try. The bangs, on the other hand, I still plan to cut. I really miss them....

I am incredibly jealous of Lar's ability to pile all of her hair atop her head.
 The look is effortlessly chic and perfect for humid summer days in the Southeast.






And what for you, my lovely readers? Do you have any hairstyle changes in mind for yourselves? 



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4 comments:

Jessie said...

I am a HUUGE fan of Taza's hair. Super jealous. It is my hair goal for the fall/winter. (I might make some pit stops at a few other styles along the way)

xs said...

i already changed mine!i just keep going shorter. :)

AsianCajuns said...

Cath told me you had this pic on your site- you are too sweet, lady!
I always remember envying your curls during dance rehearsals.

I bet that updo will be even easier on you- I have to use a ponytail holder and a claw that I hide in my massive mounds of hair. I bet you could do something even more elegant with a bunch of bobby pins ;)

hiking in stilettos said...

Jes, I love your hair! Is it pretty wavy? It seems that way in some of your pictures. If so, I think you would look great with the long locks, but the short cut looks lovely on you too!

XS, short is perfect on you, and I especially love the edgy messiness of your last post.

Lar, I can't wait until my hair is long enough to do that again! I think this time, however, it may not be quite so curly and will be a bit easier to manage. :)