let’s talk hair.
but then it got longer. and since i had bangs, it really looked better straight. man, i look tired in these pictures. that’s what having a baby shark will do to you. but i do like the layers on this cut:
fast-forward to this august, where my hair had grown out quite a bit…except for the bangs. my bangs were…still short. i can’t help it – whenever they got to that in-between stage over the eyes, they would drive me so batty that i cut them.
will i ever learn? probably not. so my experimental nature got the best of me, and i decided to just go for it and cut a bunch of layers in it. why not, right? and what do you know, it actually looks alright. it is currently just above shoulder length, and finally layered to my liking. well, to my natural curl’s liking.
and you know the bang grow-out process is in full swing, since i have been pinning them back daily and wearing way too many of these:
also, i solemnly swear not to cut my bangs again myself. well, at least not for a few more days.
so. the downside is that my hair is shorter than i want it to be, but the upside is that it is now really healthy and super easy to do and wear naturally. and i think it will grow fast.
my goal is to grow out my bangs (maybe a long side-swept kind of look) so that i can grow the rest of my hair out long again, as well, and be able to wear it all curly.