Mother/ daughter day at the spa... I guess you could call it that. I am taking that huge leap and most women know the one I am speaking of... I am trying out a new hairdresser!! I was not happy with my color this previous time as many of you are quite aware of. (aka "hooker hair incident"). I have been with the same hairdresser for at least 10 years. Sometimes I think it is just time for a change. I love her to death but I am ready for a new hair style and something different that I just wasn't getting or was too afraid to ask for. I am going with mom to her hairdresser at Bangz in Wilmington. Mom, Anita, Cecelia, Jane and many other women go to this spa. I trust their opinions and am hoping for the best. As I sit here and ponder what I may want to do during this cut and style appointment I think back to my many hair cuts and styles in the past. I've gone "boy" short (thank you fantastic sams, I will never be back)... above the collar bone, very long and layers vs. no layers... I have been bleach blonde several times (not by request) and I have been very dark. Although this appointment does not include a color, I may request a quick toner if time is available to take away some of the leftover "hooker locks" I still have. We'll see if that is an option today- if not, I may need to find someone closer to home to pop some in before school starts. So, the question is, what style to go with?! I am a very rare breed and I don't do well with change. I do, on the other hand, want to donate my hair to children with cancer for wigs. I know it is selfish of me but I just don't know if I am ready to cut off all 10 inches required for Locks of love. Unfortunately they do not accept bleached hair and now that there is a little bleach in my hair, I don't know if there is too much to just pull out. I don't think the bottom 10 inches would be affected with this bleach mishap since it is mostly just in the front and around my face. I would hate to send my 10 inches though and it not be used. I hate that this bleach is in there! I'll ask Monica when I get there. The next option is Pantene. They do not have as strict requirements to make the wigs. The difference I have heard is that the wigs do not always go to just children with Pantene and I think they are sold and not given away- but, once again... no bleach accepted. UGH! (This is an irritating factor because I never wanted the bleach in the first place.)
I'm gonna need some votes and I need them fast! My appointment is at 2:30!
Either vote here, or send the vote via, facebook, email or text!!!
*Yes, I know they are all blonde- lol
So let's not worry about the donation as it will most likely not be possible and let's discuss styles! Send me your vote and I will post an 'after' picture this evening!!! :)
~let go laughing