I strongly believe that a good haircut will do more for you than any dress ever could and even very expensive haircut will have excellent cost-per-wear ratio. It is also the easiest but also most dramatic way to change your look. Did you notice how, on makeover shows, they always save the hair and make up reveal for the final transformation?
What color is your hair? Are you blond, brunette, redhead, or rocking the silver?
But last year I decided to get highlights again. I got many compliments and since everybody liked them I kept them for almost a full year, but I never felt like myself.
|My year as a Blonde (almost)|
I have to say, it feels more like me. Funny thing is I first got a very similar haircut in my twenties and I was going back to it every few years.
|in my late twenties with a very similar haircut|
My scanner only transfers to black and white (or maybe I don't know how to use it) but the color was also almost identical.
So additional benefit of going back to my usual color is that now more of my closet work with it and my make up looks more coordinated as well.
How about you?
How important is your haircut to you?
Do you color your hair and if yes, do you choose close to your natural color or do you like to experiment?
Do you think your hair color (natural or man made) affects the way you feel about yourself?
In case you are wondering, when you don't see my phone in the frame, the pictures are taken by my 9yo. She enjoys being my fashion photographer and I think she is becoming quite good at it.