Cut it, Cut it. Sore of growing process more than Patti Smith stopped me every time- If I settled for a free-flowing hair I'll find solutions for less dullness. So, first I became colorist on my own to give a little life to my natural mouse-blond color. That DIY of hair turned out surprisingly very well- In three phase process I was making highlights in three times, every time coloring around six locks to avoid stripes effect and create natural sun highlighting appearance. Another thing I learned about long hair is that tolerates much more creativity in hairstyles. I've always been fan of casual chignons, pulled back, side-parted hair (role model Abbey Kershaw). Just a year ago I used to think that I left classical headbands in the past, at the age of 6, I surprised myself recently wearing a bow headband. Then French braid, which I am very fan for years now. Loose, side braid from Alexander Wang and Miu-Miu spring catwalks created by hairstylist Guido Palau absolutely encouraged me for having a long hair. And from the time I saw Hermes ad with Karlie Kloss I already knew of my beach image this summer. Since then I am working on twining a scarf into the braid.(last year Hermes had few charming loose braids on catwalk)
"Don't mess too much with your hair or by the time you are 40 it will look 85", wrote Chicago Tribune's Mary Schmich in Advice, like youth, probably just wasted on the young, one of most touching articles ever.
I don't mess too much, but I'll need to make a change in future. But I'll leave it long for now. Maybe when I become serious I will cut it into sleek, simple and to the shoulder. But I am not ready. Yet.
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