I got a haircut…

It’s such a nice feeling sitting in the chair at the hairdressers and getting some pampering.

I found a picture of a celebrity and I really wanted the same hair cut, even though I have a different face, neck length and hair thickness…. I wanted my hair to look like hers.

The hairdresser looked at the picture and kindly told me I had unrealistic expectations…. Ok she was right….


I found this pic on Google and I’m not even sure who this person is, but gosh she has nice looking hair.

So she got started with the chopping, a lot of chopping actually- I sat there silently panicking…. Shit, have i misguided her and am I going to regret this? Let’s just say… I was crapping my pants in anticipation to see the end result.

I’ve had a bad haircut in the past, no one wants to walk around looking like an idiot…

The cut was finished, it was short… Shorter than I expected….

The noise from the blow dryer blocked my thoughts for a while…

Tada!!! She was finished.

The Cape came off and I was in love with my new hair cut. I looked at my son who was sleeping on a massage chair and slowly waking up- “do you like mums haircut?” He closed his eyes and said “I’m going to have to get use to it”

It feels great to have a haircut. I should schedule them more often.


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12 Responses to I got a haircut…

  1. pattyalcala says:

    You look beautiful.

  2. You look beautiful. I went through the same thing a few months ago when my hair was all one length down to my tailbone. I took a picture from the internet of Kristen Stewart in Breaking Dawn part 2 and said I want my hair like hers. 6 inches came off and my hair was layered. Talking about freaked out but I LOVE it. I agree with you. We should pamper ourselves more often. 🙂

  3. cjm76 says:

    You. Look. Gorgeous. I really connect with how a haircut can change your day (and your life). Before I had my double lung transplant, going to the hairdresser (with my O2!) was such a luxury. Head massages and cups of tea and a heap of kindness made me feel alive, so yes – you should schedule them more often XO

    • Yes, head massages win me over every time. I was actually day dreaming of one today. Thanks for your comment and for reading 🙂

      • cjm76 says:

        Head massages are the best. I give them to myself when conditioning my hair, but it’s hard when you get breathless. I wish your blog had been around before my transplant! XO

      • Is life easier after the transplant? I often wonder if getting a transplant is the way to go.

      • cjm76 says:

        It’s like you swap one set of problems with another, but the bonus is that you can breathe 🙂 I had days to live and had a very long recovery, but it’s been worth it. I’d check it out as am option and see if you’re eligible & get assessed XO

      • Thankyou for the info. I appreciate it.

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