disappointment so far. This time I also wanted to cut a fringe so the expectations were high.
|My hair was crying for a re-vamp.|
After the foils were done cooking they were rinsed out, my hair was washed once, a toner was a applied to stay in for 5 minutes and after it was rinced out I got the most beautiful scalp massage and a hot towel treatment. My hair was like silk afterwards. The hair-rehab was complete.
We then moved on to the haircutting part, and my hair was blowdried straight first and trimmed. Fringe-time had come around and I was feeling pretty nervous but I knew my hair was in safe hands. It took about 5 minutes for the fringe to be cut and I just couldn't relax because I was relying on the result to be good of course. I ended up asking for the fringe to be cut a little bit shorter twice and I am very happy with the result.
|Wink's in the background|
I had to head straight to work afterwards (well after a sneaky hot chocolate from Max Brenna), and it rained in compliments. 2 x "You look like Reese Witherspoon", 1 x "You should go to Hollywood" and a lot of noticing that my hair had changed.
My boyfriend also got a little shock this morning when he woke up to a sleeping be-fringed lady next to him but he is liking the hair too.
For the next few weeks I will have to train my fringe to lay straight because it is so used to going to the side so it should be interesting. I also have an annoying cow-lick in my fringe which will provided an additional challenge but I am sure it can't be too bad.
When was the last time you did something drastic with your hair?