So this is how I wear my hair sometimes. I started when I was growing my fringe out (such a bore) and it kept all the little straggly bits out of the way and didn't look like I was...growing my fringe out! I had to play around with them and start the pigtails high on my head because my hair was so short (and did separate little ones at the front for my fringe, then integrated them into the main ones). Now that my hair is getting longer, it's a lot easier and two pigtails are sufficient to gather up all my hair. There's a period when my sister and I were younger, when we were growing our fringes and there's so many photos of that time with clasps holding back wee tufts of hair or big puffy hairbands. You just look at them and go "ahh so we were getting rid of the fringes then?" So obvious! Men will never understand the pain of going through such a thing!
Not sure this style is particularly 'flattering' on me, but then that's half the point of why I'm doing these posts isn't it? As you can see, there's still some flickers of pink left and dirty white, but my natural colour has come through a lot in the past year. It's true what they say about forgetting your hair colour when you've dyed it for so long. It's much darker than I ever remembered and I always think it looks most unnatural on me (I think because I spent so many years as a blonde)! Thanks for all the support so far, I knew you'd be awesome about these posts, but hadn't realised how awesome, so thank you. See you tomorrow x
Day 2 #BeRealMarch