Update: a couple of you have thought that she misunderstood me and was swooping it the other way. I wish that was the case, and I can definitely see why that would be your thoughts because I would think that too! :). Even after I said I was confused, she swooped them the way I had wanted them and said, “No, see? That’s how they are supposed to be.” There were hand motions, “swoop motions”, any and all communication done, all indicating where I wanted it to go, and she even was sweeping my bangs the correct way. So I left with them swooping the same way I previously had and wanted, the way I asked, but they taper up, rather than down. Hopefully my friend can save me tonight! Thanks again for the fun support—it really has helped me laugh it off:), and I do realize it could be much worse.
Here it is. If you thought my illustration might have been exaggerated, this is for you ;).
Love my wrinkles with me. And my clumpy mascara. Mmmkay?
And the pics are confusing, because the ones where you see all of me are taken in the mirror, and the other two closer up I just pointed the camera right at the blessed bangs.
Notice how they don’t really swoop to the left side of my face so much? (your left if looking at the picture)
Notice how they are still too long in the MIDDLE of my forehead? The short side is where it should be swooping to. Maybe I’ll just have to swoop my bangs the other way. These next two pics weren’t taken in the mirror, so that’s my left side that’s so short.
Sadly, our tale of “The Dreadful Trimming of Christie’s Bangs” has to come to an end now. Have a good night ;).
Can’t wait for the hubs to see me.
(I’ve only had a couple bad experiences with getting my hair done, so I really do have a lot of love for those brilliant people who make me look/feel better about my hair.)