(Closed) Contemplating an Extreme Post-Wedding Chop!

posted 11 years ago in Beauty
  • poll: Should I chop off almost all my hair after I get married?

    Do it!

    No way, your hair is so nice long!

    Cut it, but here is a style I would recommend... (comment)

  • Post # 32
    285 posts
    Helper bee
    • Wedding: August 2011

    You have delicate features, so I think you can pull it off. And if you hate it, it will grow back.

    Post # 33
    1735 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: October 2011

    Ok so I thought about this some more, don’t do it. Do something shorter, more fun, maybe add some highlights, or lowlights, some bangs, some layers, it would be more fun, without that sense of loss.

    Post # 34
    116 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: July 2012

    Just do it, worse to comes to worse, it’s hair and it will grow back.  My stylist was finally happy that I let him cut my hair into a short bob, similar to Ms.Gigi and I loved it.  My hair wasnt’ nearly as long.  It’s funny cause you can see my hair getting shorter and shorter the longer I was with my Fiance.  I’m growing my hair out for my wedding and I hate it, I want to chop it all off again.  Once you go short, you won’t go back!!

    Post # 35
    3928 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: March 2011

    My first thought “DON’T DO IT!!!”; however, that is what I would have told my daughter too, if she would have consulted me, prior to chopping her locks off. My daughter had hair so long that she could sit on it and then she had it chopped off without telling me. I was in shock, but she looked absolutely adorable, so I got over it pretty fast. Your features and the cut you are considering are very similar to what my daughter chose, so if you do decide to do it, you will look stunning. I am not sure if you will appreciate the next thing I have to say, but if you do do the “chop”, you will look more adult like, instead of child like. I am not sure if that is the look you are wanting.

    Post # 36
    3189 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2011

    You should cut it Hermione/Emma Watson style, I love hers!

    Post # 37
    4437 posts
    Honey bee

    DO IT! I had waist length locks and I chopped them into a longer pixie a few months ago, now they’ve grown out and I have a 1920’s bob complete with blunt bangs. I LOVE IT. I have not looked back and regretted it yet.

    Added benefit, I get much fewer headaches now. I never realized that the weight of my hair was contributing to them until I cut it off.

    Post # 38
    587 posts
    Busy bee

    Nooooooo, don’t make it boy short!  I hate when girls have boy hair Frown

    Post # 39
    1713 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: December 2011

    I say GO FOR IT! its hair! it’ll grow back! =)

    BUT my only suggestion is to pace yourself…let your stylist take majority off, maybe to your shoulders, if your feeling frisky, go shorter, if more then keep going, and so on! 

    Best of Luck! Cant wait to see what you decide! 

    Post # 40
    554 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: April 2011

    I have done that twice already, from waist-long hair to ultra short ( like your inspiration pic) and then had it dyed black. I really liked it, but wouldn’t do it again because now i think i look better with long hair. But it felt so good and i never regretted it.

    I say DO IT! You will never find out if you like it if you don’t try and like the PP already said: it’s just hair and it will grow back.

    Post # 41
    44 posts
    • Wedding: July 2015 - north bay

    i think u should keep it long but if i were you i would try bangs.. if you want a change..i have to be honest i think that hair is too short for your faceshape.

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