Ok, so I am growing out my hair, is the first thing.
My hair is very fine and I have masses of it, so what always happens when I grow it out is that the weight of all that hair starts dragging down the other hair. If I keep it chin to shoulder ish length and cut in long ish layers, it’s got lots of nice body, but then I get bored with that hair cut and I decide that it’s lame mom hair and I grow it out, and then it gets all sad and limp and heavy and then I decide to cut it off, and the cycle continues.
Here’s where we’re at right now:
This is after blow drying it and putting some kind of alleged volumizing product in it. All the shampoos and conditioners (just on the ends!) I use also purport to volumize, but I’ve never noticed much of a difference shampoo wise.
This hair is not TERRIBLE, but mostly it’s just boring. It’s not GORGEOUS hair, you know?
Ideally, I’d have this person’s lovely lovely lovely hair. Isn’t that some nice hair?
Look how she pets it! That’s how you know it’s nice.
I guess in theory this hair is attainable, since I do have long brown straight ish hair. Mine is obviously not that long, so I’ve got 1. Grow it out more on the list, but I’m wondering…is there other stuff I should be throwing at it? Should I be like, wrapping it up in some kind of curlyfying contraptions? Boofing it more with special creams? Emily tried to flat iron it at last year’s Blathering, and that just made it flatter. Flatter is not my goal.
So, what say you, hair goddesses of the internet? Shiny, long, boofy, pretty Girlfriend of Vampires hair is the goal. Go!
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