Note to Self: It is in fact possible to take budgetary cutback measures too far. Just because cutting your own fringe was a success, does in no way mean cutting your skanky dead ends off with the kitchen scissors will be a similar success.
Lesson learned: The next time you get completely sick of the frizzy, split end riddled last few inches of your hair and dealing with a big knot of dead ends, learn some bloody patience and wait til you can go to an actual hairdresser, rather than lop the bloody thing off.
Looks like I'll be continuing to wear it scrunched up in a messy bun, if only to hide the uneven ends, let alone the couple of chunks missing!
Ahhh, the messy bun. SUCH a life saver ;-)ReplyDelete
Oh NOOOO! You didn't really try to cut your own hair! I guess it's a good thing it's still long enough for a bun!ReplyDelete
Thank God for the messy bun. I'm sporting one today myself.ReplyDelete
I thought you'd learnt that lesson when you cut your own fringe when you were three.ReplyDelete
Wow, I was just thinking of doing that. I dye my own hair now and cut my own fringe (thanks to a clever technique involving masking tape) and was just getting all smug about how good at hairdressing I am and how I should try to cut it myself next to complete my transition into self-sufficient goddess. Maybe not.ReplyDelete
OH, honey! I seriously wish I lived next door. I would SO even out your hair. That's the kind of thing you get a friend to do, not attempt yourself. That way when it turns to poo you have someone else to blame.ReplyDelete