Thursday, January 15, 2009

A Hairy Mess

i'm at a stage in my life where my hair is neither here nor there. a chin length bob that's trying so desperately to pass that "will i curl in or will i curl out" stage which is the hardest stage for me to get over. i always give in and end up cutting my hair around this stage but... i'm trying to grow it out.

for my wedding i grew my hair pretty long. but i quickly got tired of it soon after the wedding and cut it all off when we got back from our honeymoon.



now i want my long hair back. it's been 2+ years and i'm dying to have my locks back. i was even thinking of getting extensions to help with the grow out process but i've heard so many horror stories. so now i'm left with this hairy little mess.

my ideal hair....



i love the soft natural looking curls, i'd kill for those curls.

8 comments:

Hanna said...

doupt her hair is all natural...

Jennifer Lee said...

true but it looks natural. that's the whole point, getting your hair look like you put no effort into it :)

Tiffany said...

ha, i agree with you. I spend hours on my hair trying to make it look naturally awesome! :)

Kate looks great here. My hair is pretty long now but I've toyed with the idea of extensions as well. I think I would just like to see how I would look with such long hair.

Jennifer Lee said...

your hair looks great. i'd be happy with your hair length. but we always want what we don't have -isn't that the way it goes :)

Olive Rue said...

Oh let's not even talk about hair Girl!!!! But seriously...yours looks great. You are so pretty.

Jennifer Lee said...

thanks olive rue. i miss my long hair so much now ;(

Alkemie said...

Kate Hudson's hair does look really great there. It's funny because I went the opposite direction and totally chopped my hair lol. Hair does grow back fast though so maybe extensions will help in the interim? :)

BTW, I love the dancing photo - very romantic :)

Karen O.

Colour Me Happy said...

I do love her hair. . . that kind of style takes a while to do, my sister taught me, you need a curling iron and a lot of patience, thanks for commenting on my blog :)