11.13.2012

Cut Your Hair

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So the haircut and color from Vidal Sassoon wasn't as much of a dramatic change as I was expecting. I really thought I was going to walk out of there with a platinum blond asymmetrical pixie cut or something. Oh well, I really like the results regardless! The layered fringe is really fun and the subtle variations in color through the front make it really interesting and dynamic. Hopefully I'll have the professional photos sometime next week...I can't wait to see how they turned out! I had bright neon-colored makeup and a matching neoprene dress. Should be interesting!

I'm linking up with #YOLO Mondays.

14 comments:

  1. I love the cut and color! Looks great...........cannot wait to see the pics!!!!!!

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  2. Looks great :) That must have been alot of fun :)

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    1. It was fun, but also a lot of sitting around, kind of like a film set. I was there for almost 12 hours.

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  3. I love it! I would love to get that hair style. I think my hair is too thick, though. :/ You look so much like my friend Jess. She's Australian, but she lives in Hokkaido. (You're beautiful, I mean!) ;)

    Oh and I totally just bought that cream vintage sweater from you. I got tired of staring at it. :F

    - Anna

    www.melodicthriftychic.com

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    1. Anna, I was so excited when I saw that you bought that sweater! I can't wait to see how you style it!

      I have super thick hair too, so I think you could give this hair style a try. It has lots of layers that help take the weight out.

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  4. Love the cut! I used to have one kind of like that (although not quite as chic considering my cousin and I did it at home with a pair of craft scissors!) From the sound of it.. the pics are going to be awesome!!

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    1. I've never been ballsy enough to cut my own hair (other than trimming my fringe). Way to DIY it!

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  5. nice haircut =)
    http://thirtysomethingchic.wordpress.com/

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  6. Congrats with your new hairdo, looks incredible! :)

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    1. They used a really interesting technique to cut them. The layers underneath are actually shorter than the ones on top.

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