A New Do

So I’ve decided to cut my hair.  I’m not going to do anything crazy like I did two years ago and get the clippers to it, but I am going to take inspiration from Michelle Williams pixie and cut my long bob into something like hers I think. 

My hair has changed a great deal from what it was like a few years ago – back then it grew long ultra fast, and after having children, it had developed a nice waviness about it, quite different from the dead-straight pre-children hair I had.  Then, after a three years of a lot of unexpected life changes and much stress, the result is that my hair has become very dry and is much finer and very slow-growing, the slowest it has ever been.  

I how have an very healthy diet, one that is free from pre-packaged foods and almost exclusively organic, so I cannot understand why it is still in such bad shape.  I guess what they say is true, that your hair is an excellent indicator of past experience and health.  I think cutting it again will help it to catch up with the new healthier hair that I see is now coming through abundantly on my scalp.  

I also realise that I have to accept myself for me which means that I simply cannot ever expect to suddenly grow hair like Julia Roberts.  Julia’s locks have always been my dream hair.  

I mean look at it, isn’t it just amazing? I’ve dreamt of waking up with hair like hers.  Aside from her other wonderful attributes, she really lucked out in the hair department.

On the positive, Julia doesn’t suit a pixie at all.  Remember her as Tinkerbell in the movie Hook? No, a pixie just won’t do for her.  So the bright side of this is that by the end of this week I shall have the cutest pixie cut in the neighbourhood.  Now that’s something to look forward to!     



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2 thoughts on “A New Do

  1. Ah, I feel for you. My hair has totally crapped out again this year. last year it just started to fall out so badly – i was anaemic, as well as my scalp being crazy itchy (seasonal?) The itch has just started again and so has my hair fall!!!! Anyway…none of the lotions prescribed by drs worked, iron supplements absolutely did (not for the itch though) …and now i take hair,skin and nail vitamins…which increase the rate of my hair's growth and have been fab for my skin – but not the hairloss. I have to count my lucky stars that at this point, my hairs frizziness is making it look fuller. Good luck with the haircut, the pixie cut is very cute.

  2. Maybe I'll try some special hair vitamins? It couldn't hurt right? It's the thinning that sucks the most, I never thought it would happen to me, but it's surprisingly common for women.

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