Post # 17
I’m currently growing out my hair for the wedding and I’ve found that I’m frustrated with it too. I’ve had my hair short (cropped short) since I was 17.
I’d go with whatever makes you happiest, whether it be continuing to grow it, cut it, or dye it 🙂 I miss being able to dye my hair!
Post # 18
@bebelicious1: Ah, we could be the same person! When I last went to get my hair trimmed (as little as possible to keep it healthy), my hair dresser was like, “it’s good that you keep your hair long, it balances out the size of your head”, hahaha. Thankfully, we have a good relationship so I wasn’t offended – and I mean, I do have a big head. But that’s a good point about face shape/head size for brides to know. My hair is the same length as yours, to the bra strap, and it makes a big difference from when it used to be even collar bone length.
Post # 19
@jaykwellan: Hahaha! I am glad that we both accept and love our larger than average brains! Yes, at the shortest my hair was like close to my chin, and I hated it! I cannot do the Halle Berry 2 or 3 inch length hair, I will look crazy for real… I also think females with a more prominent chin may look a bit odd with very short hair.
Post # 20
Have your hair how you want it in your daily life, then, for the wedding get extensions.
If you love it, you can grow your hair.
Try Babyliss clip-in extensions to get a feel for long hair.