Thursday, July 7, 2011

decisions decisions


The littlest guy has been part of our family for almost 6 weeks now. He's spending more time awake and has started cooing as well as eeking out the occasional smile, which is great after weeks of him just crying at me during his few waking moments.

What is not great is my hair. It's officially a hot mess that can only be worn in some sort of pony tail, braid, or bun. It's just too long too be practical for me, not to mention the ends are ridiculously damaged. It needs cut and how! No clue what I want to do with it though. I had been planning on getting a middy plus, but I've really been into more 60's hairstyles lately so I'm wondering if maybe I should just go with a bob of some sort. I don't want it too short because I've spent soooo long growing it out, but what's the point in having long hair if it's always pulled into a pony tail?

I'm thinking something in the Laura Petrie style could be cute. What do you think? 60's flip or 40's middy?



Ava Gardner.

The photo of Ava Gardner is actually pretty true to what my hair looks like when I cold set it on sponge rollers as far as tightness of curl and frizz factor goes. However now my hair is too long (and thick and heavy) to take a cold set very well, hence all the pony tails and updo's.

Do a gal a solid and help me decide. Flip or middy?


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    Personally I would go with the 40s middy cut, but if you are feeling the 60s flip Dott, why not give it a go? You can always grow it out if you don't like it. : )

    bonita of Depict This!
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  2. My vote is for the middy. Btw, I have to fight my urge to add a belt to my outfits because when it is time to feed, I just have to take it off. Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Thanks doll,
    The Glamorous Housewife