Last Friday I read a Flashback Friday post by Emma talking about hairstyles she has had over recent years and how she usually reverts back to the same one. She also had a photo of a haircut she had a few years ago which really suited her and she was contemplating whether or not to revert back to it now.
It got me thinking about the ones I have had recently and I too seem to fall into a similar hair style pattern. I start with a jaw length bob, grow it for a year or two and then I end up getting it cut into a jaw length bob once again!
Well Emma's post got me all spurred on and that afternoon I went and got my hair that I had been growing for the last eighteen months, chopped off into.........well I will let you see for yourself
I have always been the same, I just get my hair long - something I have never achieved fully for long - and then suddenly I have to get it cut shot again! Prior to giving birth to Burton I had grown my hair for a couple of years
and then a week before Burton was due I HAD to get it cut back into a bob, which I thought would be easier to mange with a baby (BIG mistake as long hair can be tied up out if the way, shorter hair cannot!)
Before that, my most favourite hairstyle I have had was back in 2006 after my hair had got a bit out of control following a trip abroad where the highlights I had were much lighter and my hair was in no style at all.
I went to the hairdressers for a colour and a restyle and my hairdresser at the time gave me a graduated bob like this
I have many more photos of my hair swapping between similar styles over the years but I would be here forever if I posted them all!!
I have had fringes, centre partings, side partings, highlights, lowlights, perms (not the best look I have ever had) and celebrity inspired cuts from the likes of the 'Rachel' from Friends and Natalie Imbruglia when she released Torn. Yet I have never managed to grow my hair really long and keep it that way! Maybe I will next time when I am bored with my current hair cut!
I will post one more though. It is from my 'Demi Moore' inspired hair style circa early 1990's which I had done following the film Ghost!
Hair today, gone tomorrow is very true with me and my fidgety hair!
Are you a changer like me or do you tend to stick to the same style?