Every time I get my hair cut I go through this faze of wanting long, luscious locks. So, of course, it happened to me again after getting my most recent haircut and it got me thinking, why do I always want long hair a little while after I get my haircut? Then it hit me, I have had a bob for about 4 years now. I have gotten into a short hair slump and am in need of a desperate change, so yes, I am going back to having long hair. I know I have said this before many a times and have not followed through with the statement, but this time I have a fool-proof plan for keeping me on track. I have decided that I have to grow out my hair so long so I will be able to eventually cut my hair super short and give my hair to "Locks of Love". Of course I will wear my hair for as long as I crave so I can mimic these fabulous styles...
Dita Von Teese
Now I know what you're thinking, these women are not only celebrities who have paid staff to do their hair to make it look perfect but also long hair has the tendency to come out thin and almost lifeless if not taken care of properly. Well, I am up for the challenge. I want to at least try and I might be willing to even save up my money for good quality hair extensions for both length and volume. I guess we'll see what happens, all I know is that I am in need for a hair change.
Norma Jean Baker...aka Marilyn Monroe
Dont get me wrong, I absolutely adore short hair, if I didn't I wouldn't of had short hair for so long. In fact, it's going to be extremely hard not having my favorite Marilyn cut. Seeing pictures of her and her beauty is going to cause me to want to cut my hair again. I guess I need to focus on Norma Jean instead of Marilyn. I also figure that I'm young and long hair will look the best as a younger woman not too mention I'll probably have a busier life when I get older which means a easier hairstyle needed.
Me, Myself, and I
Good bye short hair, we will meet once again.
Till next time my dearies,
Paigey The Vintage Dame