Post # 1
I stopped dying mine in March 2008, and I decided I wanted to grow it really long for the wedding when we got engaged in August 2009. I just realized how redonkulously long it is!!!
After the wedding, I’m going to cut all the brown out of it. (The dye line is much less noticeable in person. My camera way exaggerates it.)
Are you growing out your hair? Share your photos!
Post # 3
yes I am but no pics. I have tried to grow my hair out for years but I have bad heat damange (damn curling my hair everyday!) so whenever I get it cut they always have to take more than I want off. my friend who will be doing my updo (1/2 up 1/2 down) said she will put a track of fake hair in my hair so that its ticker and longer too. woo hoo!
Post # 4
I grew mine out long for the wedding and was so thankful I did because it was beautiful in pictures!!!
Post # 5
From my fitting 2 weeks ago:
Post # 6
I started growing mine out a year and a half ago, long before we got engaged, just because I got tired of having it short. It started at a little bellow chin-length and is now down to the back of my bra. I’m having about an inch trimmed off next weekend to freshen it up. I plan to keep it around this length until I get tired of it again.
This picture was taken February 13th. My hair would just brush the top of the dress in the back now.
Post # 7
I don’t have photos, but I’m used to my hair being at least one inch above my shoulders. Right now it is about four inches past that. I’m liking having my hair long again, but I’m so used to having shorter hair that I really feel the urge to chop it off. I’m going to keep letting it grow for the next few months before I make a decision to just chop it off. I’m so undecided!
Post # 8
I was growing mine out. We got engaged in December 09 and couldn’t set a wedding date because my Fiance had to get an annulment through the Catholic church. In December 10, I decided I was tired of having longer hair and cut it above my shoulders. I immediately had cutter’s remorse because my hair doesn’t grow fast at all! My hair is now the length it was in my profile picture. I still hope I can do something cute!
Post # 9
i had mine long and then thought oh screw it chop it off.. i was only supposed to have it chopped to collar bone but the hair dresser got scissor happy and kept going.. yes i criedand by cried i mean bawlled for about 3 hours.. then i got over it and thought.. itll grow…but i wasnt engaged then so i wasnt tooo worried.. then SO asked me to marry him about two weeeks later.. i could have cried again.. so hopefully i will be rocking a collar bone length hairstyle for the wedding.. lol! 🙁
Post # 10
I grew my hair out for about a year and I’m happy I did, but I was also SO happy to chop it all off afterwards :-).
Post # 11
@Tswife4ever: Gosh you are so pretty!
I keep my hair really short, like clipper guard #3 short. Everyone always asks me if I’m growing my hair out for the wedding. You’d think that I’d have started by now if I’m getting married in October!
Post # 12
I swore I would not grow my hair out for the wedding 🙂 We got engaged last october and I got my regular haircut in February, cutting pretty much everything in the back and leaving the front just around my jawline. I had a sort of straight bob with short back and straight bangs. Then something changed and I decided to grow my hair 🙂 I relapsed and cut my bangs a few times on my own because they were annoying, but I’m growing them out now. With two months away, I hope to get another inch or so, my hair grows relatively fast. Right now the front is almost to the shoulders if my hair is straight.
I can’t wait until after the wedding when I cut it back to my usual short again 🙂 This length is really not working for me 🙂
Post # 13
I am growing my hair out!! I have been for a while now. I will post a pic when I get off work lol
Post # 14
I cut and donated just over 12 inches two days after our wedding!
Post # 15
Mine is super long now – way past bra strap on my back, but it’s in dire need of a trim; split ends galore!
Post # 16
I too swore i wouldn’t – i got a pixie cut in November 2010, swearing up and down, that I would be a short-haired bride. It took my 8 months, but i grew it out long enough to wear it up on my wedding day. I’m now sitting here, resisted the urge of the PWC!