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Ready for a Hair Change

Throughout my life, I've never really done much with my hair. The most adventurous hair I've had is my current hairstyle. It's short and black, and that's not really bold at all. Although I like my current hair, I think I'm ready for a change.

This is the hairstyle I've been wanting:

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I'm not planning on going blonde, but I might do something with the color. I'm not sure when I will do this, but probably somewhat soon.

What do you guys think?

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  1. I really like it. I'd love to do something like that, or have an undercut or something, but I have psoriasis in my scalp and don't want people looking at that!

    Can't wait to see pictures of you with this.

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    1. That's unfortunate about the psoriasis, but maybe you could do a faux undercut. There's tutorials on youtube that are pretty good! :)

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  2. I like it. I think it would be cute on you. Seems like I am not the only one interested in a hair change. :)

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    1. If you do decide to change your hair soon, post pictures!

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  3. I think you could rock it! It would look awesome in a crazy color too!

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    1. Thanks! I might get some streaks in my hair, I don't know yet.

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  4. Hair changes are always fun, because mostly you know if it turns out bad it can always grow and change constantly!
    Go for it!

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  5. Haha, that's my haircut! It's amazing and definitely worth it. It's so easy to take care of and you will love how bold and cool it will make you feel. It does need more trims than basic long hair to keep the shape though, but that's the only con about it. (Besides needing a thick scarf to cover your now bare neck in the winter haha)
    Can't wait to see photos of it when you go for the scissors. Good luck! :)

    P.S. if you've never gone really really short or been hair buzzed before it does feel very weird and will freak you out a tiny bit because they cut so close to the scalp and buzz the nape of your neck to trim up. just fyi! :) But after the initial "omg" moment it will seem silly and you will love it!

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    1. This is great! Thanks for the advice. I would've had it done by now, but the only hairdresser I really trust to do the cut hasn't been working the times I'm available. Will a barber do this cut better than a regular hair salon for females?

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  6. I would love to be able to pull something like this off, but I've always been too scared to get short hair :3 Personally I think it would look awesome if you kept it black and added white streaks
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    blingyoctopus.blogspot.ca Thanks! :)

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    1. You should try short hair, you might like it! If you don't then it's just hair; it will grow back. I do like the white streak idea, but I'm not sure what I'll do yet. Thanks. :)

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