As I was flipping through CLEO magazine and looking at the hairstyles featured in the ads and articles, I couldn't help but ponder if I should do something about my hair. I have dyed in bright auburn many times (no blond for me, tacky look), treatment due to a crazy stylist's bad haircut using razors(!!), temporary straightening back in 2003 and recently I dyed my hair jet black, but the color faded off and my natural mahogany, dark brown hair color grew out, overshadowing the black dye.
I have a little piece of advice for all of you dear readers. Do not proceed or allow the stylist to cut your hair when he or she takes out a razor. Oh, and do not allow your stylist to trim your hair in a downward motion. These two famous acts of trimming or cutting hairs damage your hair immediately. The act of trimming your hair in fast and downward motions will only weaken your hair follicles, making your hair drier and higher tendency to have split ends. I shudder every time I visit hair salons with stylists trimming their clients' hairs using those acts. I made a mental note to not hire these stylists to mess my hair up.
So, I talked to my mom and my boyfie on what should I do with my hair yesterday, and both of them immediately mentioned, "Curl your hair." -.-
My boyfie has been pestering me to curl my hair for all these years, and he always liked it whenever I curled them by twisting my damp hair into a tight bun and sleep on it. The next morning, VOILA! Curls that he loves so much.
My mom on the other hand, "Your hair is straight, do something else."
I'm contemplating between these three.
Soft Japanese curls.
Blake's famous curls in Gossip Girl. Love them.
Ashley's loose, wide curls. Easier to manage. :)
P.S.: I hate tight perms/curls, make you look like poodles!