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Saturday, 22 May 2021

Before and after

My Scotland photos have also gone on their holly-bobs: I gave the memory card to Management so that he could have a look at the images and he hasn't returned it yet 😱.

So until he does, just for a laugh, this is what happens when you have not been to the hairdresser since 1st October 2020:



And this, thank goodness, is what happens when you finally get an appointment:




14 comments:

  1. Wow! To be honest I love the longer length but I guess you think it doesn't suit you or you just prefer it shorter. I haven't had mine cut properly since just before lockdown last March, if I'd left it alone it would probably be as long as yours but I've been trimming it myself every few weeks. I really need to book an appointment somewhere soon though as it needs a complete restyle now.

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    1. Thanks Eunice, at one level I love the longer length but I don't find it easy to live with. When my hair is just shoulder length there is a teeny bit of natural curl which I like (when it's too long the weight of my hair pulls the curl straight).

      Well done for trimming your own - Management offered to do mine but his idea of a haircut is a number 5 all over with the clippers: I declined.

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  2. My hair us currently like your first picture. I've hacked my fringe myself and my daughter trimmed the back with some wallpapering scissors! I've not been to a salon since Oct 20. My appointment is for 5th June!

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    1. I did some 'fringe work' as well . . . and whilst it was passable it was not very good! By the time you get your appointment you will also have been the best part of nine months without a proper trim! Sheesh 😉

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  3. You've got fabulous hair! It's lovely longer but I prefer how bouncy it looks post-haircut! xxx

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    1. Aw Vix, coming from you that means a lot, thank you.

      I love it longer but it really suits me better at mid-length (and I get a little natural curl which I have always wanted).

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  4. I prefer it longer...but then with waist length hair I am biased!!

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    1. I always said that "one day" I would grow it really, really long and I suppose lockdown was the perfect opportunity, but I am pleased with the length it is now. Yours really suits you long though, much more than it does me, x

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  5. I am amazed how long yours (and mine) had got through the lock down, I had a similar shearing, mine was as long as that and I just got fed up and took the scissors to it - it felt so much lighter and freer! Your hair looks beautifully natural - love it :)

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    1. Hi Kate, I can imagine how long yours ended up seeing as you started longer than me in the first place :-)
      You are much braver than me taking scissors to yours 👏 👏

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  6. I like your new shorter style with the natural curl. I'm leaving my hair to grow and hoping my chemo curls last.

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    1. Cheers Eileen, it looks shorter in the second photo than it feels, if that makes sense? But whatever the length, this is so much better. xx

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  7. Looking good!
    I can't decide what to do about my hair. It hasn't been touched in ages and right now it looks an unruly mess. I'm half tempted to get it all cut off. X

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    1. Perhaps we should let Lily decide what you do with your hair? 😜

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