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My hair is shocked!

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Oh, that hairstyle is soo outta date!

I have about 8 billion & 3 things I have decided to do with my extra day off. How many things can 1 person accomplish with just 1 extra day off?? Oh, just watch me!

Ever notice after a hair cut how your hair goes into shock?? Almost depressed even! Mine, decides when I curl it that it wants to re-visit the 1980's do. Good news Kroger has half off John Frieda & Nexxus products. Well, it is Steve's fault if I could just place blame for a second. He pouted when I wanted to Dye it. My hair needs a little Chemical romance to feel normal. Ahh, screw it. I'll dye it tomorrow & just go in & play the part. I say some heavy eye liner, teased hair & hot pink eye shadow will help me feel more comfortable.

Gonna have to change my profile pic! Makes me miss the hair I cut off. Once I get some color on it & it will alow me to style it without looking freakish all will be fine.

Did I really just do almost an entire blog on my haircut?? Oh, I am going to bed! Lol! RIP, missing hair!
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    Hey girl!
    My hair totally freaks too when I get it cut. It takes about a week for it to mellow. Are you going to do a 3" hair 'wave' with your bangs! lol
    Don't forget the peach blush, lip gloss and scrunchie!
    4828 days ago
    Hi there: I was perusing the SP site and came across 'new blog entries' and have come upon a hidden store of interesting stuff plucked from ppls lives. I just had to see what 'My hair is shocked' was about. I loved the pic too. I think I get the 'in shock' thing with hair being cut. My hairdresser does an hour long thing to mine and has half a dozen tools, sprays, gels, powders and afterward I look at my hair and I can almost hear the tiny follicles moaning, 'WTF was that?' LOL!
    4828 days ago
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