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For Hair Consideration
It's been more than a while since I've taken the time to simply rant about here on the blog, but as I daily battle the state of the heat and the mess that is my hair I keep considering chopping my locks and the haircut above looks like would do the trick. Only thing is, whenever I go about cutting my hair I start missing it 48-72 hours after it's done. Do you feel the same?

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  1. A new look (especially a drastic one) is hard to get used to. My hair is just a bit longer than this here, and I've been growing it out for six years. So maybe I'm not the one to advise someone in your position. If it feels right, make it happen. Give yourself two weeks to get used to it.

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    1. Did you use to have long hair before? Thanks so much for commenting, Kate! xx

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  2. Oh my goodness, I'm always a total wreck after I cut my hair, even if it's the same cut I always get! But I also admire when a woman tries something new, since it's so hard for me to do.

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    1. I feel you, Lena! I get all freaked out. I actually heard yesterday about the "Air Cut" that takes away the dry parts without compromising the length of your hair and as nice as that sounds, it freaks me out. Sigh.

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  3. i just went for this cut and said good bye to locks below my breasts and its killer. smash hit and I feel even sexier than when I had long babe hair.

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  4. I just went for this exact cut and said goodbye to lock past my boobs. its a smash hit and I feel even sexier than when I had long "babe" hair. DO IT!

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