I got my bangs trimmed today. And I seriously cried when I got back to the car and saw how butchered they were. It was more of a cry-laugh because it seriously looks like one of those older-sibling-cut younger-sibling haircuts. I never thought I would cry over my hair. But I did for about 3 seconds and then realized how lame and shallow I must be, ha ha!
I have bangs that swoop to the left. They are (were) longer on the left and shorter on the right—on purpose. That’s how two other ladies have cut my hair. I kind of just assumed when you said swoop to the side that that is how it was meant to be.
So I thought, I really need to trim these things. Then I went and paid someone to do this:
Yikes! I thought a trim was supposed to resemble the shape they were already in. I wanted them to swoop towards the left and we discussed this briefly before she began.
After she was finished, I said very nicely because I hate being rude, “Well…I’m just a little confused, if I want them to swoop to the left, then how come they….don’t?”
She said, “Oh no, you want it longer on the other side.”
Actually, no. I don’t want it longer on the other side. But thanks for taking TWO INCHES off the left side so they are ridiculously shorter. Thank goodness hair grows back. I’ll get over it soon enough ;). Maybe by the time they grow back.
Update with pics: Click HERE.
So how was your Valentine’s Day? Mine was spent with my sweet hubby and I going out to dinner completely free because of Groupon. If you’ve never checked that out, you really should—there are great deals and I personally think it’s much better than Restaurant.com if you are interested in food deals.
Then we went to Barnes and Noble and both browsed magazines we love. That’s one of our favorite dates—dinner and a book shop.
Sorry this post is unrelated to crafting or sewing. It’s just what’s been going on around here. There is sewing being done this week. All to come shortly.
Plus, I’m super excited because I’m getting a blog make-over. I’ve been saving money to get a decent camera, but I’m really excited for this change and the camera will just have to wait a bit longer! Heather from Blessed Little Nest is working on it. She creates really wonderful designs.
Thanks for the kind remarks on the background post last week!