Seriously, why something that simple can be as difficult as it currently is. Really?
And then, I visited my younger years and to deeply think why I was one of the bunch. Why was I so stressed out after my hair being cut.
My hair seemed to be everything; my identity, my personality, the reason behind of who I am. Based on these facts no wonder we are so attached to our hair and the way it looks. On the other hand, it makes me wonder why we should be defined by our hair instead of our essence as a person.
Hair grows. Hair changes. How can we be more comfortable when talking about cutting our hair?
This is me and my stylist two weeks ago:
Me: Hi! I need a haircut. A change in haircut to be more specific.
Stylist: How long do you want to keep it?
Me: Uh, above the shoulder.
Stylist: Do you want me to cut this much?
Stylist: So, you want it up to here? as she points to my shoulder edges.
Me: That's correct. I annoyingly confirmed her.
Stylist: Let me look at a hair catalogue to show you a picture of your request.
...5 minutes elapse and the stylist comes with a magazine to show me.
Me: Yeah, that looks like a suitable haircut.
Stylist: Okay, then. Since you are aware of the length of your request, let's proceed.
Me: Thank God! I thought the next step is to go and check a living model.
So here I present you my current haircut - long bob. I wish I can say I look as gorgeous as Heidi Klum does, but I received a lot of compliments after that.
One thing I can feel awesome about is the fact that I felt at ease afterwards. No slapping the stylist, not stressing out and constantly grabbing my hair. I felt as if I had it for a year. So from now on I'll just say Just Cut It.
|This is the hair cut I chose|