Where I started.
A middle stage.
What I’ve learned about my hair through this process:
-I can’t trust a professional to cut my bangs. They never go short enough, even after I ask them to.
-My hair is not the kind of curly that should prevent the stylist from giving me shorter layers, although they’ll still warn me about them every. single. time.
-When my hair is shorter I like sweeping side bangs. When longer, I love my short bangs. There’s probably something about proportion and balance to explain that, but whatever.
-My favourite length so far is just above the shoulder. About where I was in the first picture of the Project Hair post and the top picture in this one. Although I’m really growing fond of my lengthier tresses again. Just as long as I can keep my bangs short.
-Having a nice haircut doesn’t matter at work. Even the bangs hide under my hat.
-Curly hair is a blessing for ponytail days.
-It’s my face, not my hair that makes people think I’m a baby.