Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Hair Drama

Those of you who know me well, will instantly roll your eyes and throw your head back and groan just after reading this title. You see, my hair is such drama because I can never decide whether to keep it short or grow it out! I've been rocking the "graduated bob" haircut for many years now and every few months or so I threaten to grow it out. Then I get to the awkward stage and cut it back to where it was. I never make it past my shoulders!

So here we are again, and it's been 3 months since my last haircut (sounds like I'm in the confessional) and I'm at the point where I need to decide to just deal with it or cut it back to where it was. This is where you come in. Help me decide what to do!
Option 1: Cut my hair back to this

Option 2: Let it grow through this awkward stage in hopes to get it long once and for all

So there you have it, my hair drama. Sorry these aren't the best of pictures, but hopefully it gives you the idea. Let me know your thoughts! I hate making these decisions on my own so I'm counting on you! Have a happy Tuesday y'all! 


  1. First of all, you have BEAUTIFUL red hair! I'm a ginger as well so I get excited when I see beautiful hair! I'm personally a fan of longer hair, but that's just me. :)

  2. On facebook, someone suggested to keep it short for the summer heat, then grow it out later this fall. I love that idea! Personally, I love your hair short-- I'm so jealous of it! :)

  3. Grow it out. I NEVER cut my hair in the summer! It needs to be long enough so that I can grab it up in the heat and get it out of the way for the beach and water fun! If I ever cut it, it's in the winter/cooler months. (so says the girl who's hair sits at her shoulder blades)

  4. I love your hair color. I think you should try to grow it out.

  5. Great post! I absolutely loved reading about your hair drama and how you managed to overcome it!

  6. I hope this helps, and keep up the great work with your blog! I'll definitely be following along for more interesting stories and tips!