now the big question: do i grow it or trim it?
to nobody's surprise, i have decided to grow it out. (come on...did you really think i'd be able to commit to one thing for any length of time?)
i did/do love my haircut. and it is SO. MUCH. easier to style. however, i like change. and growing it out will allow me to experiment with a lot of different hairstyles along the way. i also miss long(er) hair a little...i feel pretty boyish sometimes, even though i know i still look like a girl.
i might end up keeping it shortish. right now i'm aiming for a medium-length bob...i can't wait until i can do tiny pigtails. i really like my hair wavy and short, so i might keep the bob for a while if i like it.
anyway...here's what my hair looks like after a month! (it hasn't really grown much, but i can tell it's fuller.)
here's what it looked like a month ago, a few days after it was cut:
ah, the days when i could just comb it and let it air dry. she layered it a lot and thinned it out a TON when she cut it. now it's starting to...fluff up.
and here's a poor-quality, floating-head picture...but it looks a bit longer here. it gives me hope that maybe it is growing a bit.
[i was trying to figure out why this picture looked so weird to me...i think it's the "senior portrait smile" i've got going on.]
and from today...an attempted faux half up-half down! (bobby pins used: only 4!)
and there you have it. one month later.
[if you were bored to tears, i apologize...this post was more for my own documentation purposes. i always wish i'd taken more pictures of my hair at different lengths so i could remember what it was like. so now i'm trying to.]