Before: Oh, the crazy. (sidenote: it is insanely humid today- it does not normally look quite this crazy)
I have a confession to make; unfortunately, it will not surprise many of my friends. I have not had a haircut in over a year. Part of the reason is that I have been wanting to grow my hair out, and my hair grows insanely slowly.
Plus I'm lazy.
So I've finally been pulling myself out of the funk I've been in lately, and I decided I needed to get a haircut to enhance the awesome upswing in my life. Flaunt has been an awesome supporter of my theater company, and my friend Bradley used to work there before he skipped town to go to Costa Rica (and then to Massachusetts) So I made an appointment, and went over there today.
Lindsay set me right at ease, and did not even comment on how insanely terrible my split ends were! (for the record: EPIC TERRIBLE. SEE ABOVE) I was really relaxed and aside from a few directions (wanted to keep the length, need to be able to put it in a ponytail. nothing that requires a lot of futzing with) I let her go to town, and I am so, so happy with the result:
I love it. It's shorter in the back, which you can't tell from this picture- but it has actual layers in it, and it feels so light and amazing. and I know that this probably is understood, but it is way, way, way better than the ten-dollar Supercuts experience that I usually do (I know! I know! Supercuts is terrible! I deserved all of those bad haircuts I got)
I feel like a whole new person! Getting haircuts always makes me feel this way- small, but important changes that just make you feel better.
I also got some advice on how to style it, and what I was doing wrong ( putting it in a ponytail when wet, going for a year between haircuts.... you know... the usual)
Do haircuts make everyone happy? Or is it just me? It's an instant mood enhancer.