Making the Cut: The 3 Month Commitment

So my progression with cutting my hair short went from here to here. It is hard to maintain your hair’s style and shape as it’s growing out. You need to get a cut at least every three months. Although I’m a generally organized person, I have not been good with scheduling in my hair appointments. I’m the “walk-in” girl. Deciding to finally cut my hair short was a walk in appointment, and I loved exactly how he cut it.

The second time I was not so fortunate. Let’s just say I new it was game-over when she didn’t even have razors with her that day. But three months have passed and my hair is ready for a new cut. To avoid risking another walk in disaster my first step is gathering some inspiration:

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Image Source: jak&jil,

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Drew Barrymore Photo by Herb Ritts

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Chloe Sevigny, XOXO Magazine

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Image Source: Satorialist

Image Source: Satorialist

Image Source: Garance Dore

Image Source: Garance Dore

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Image Source: The Satorialist

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James Franco shoots for Elle

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Les Parisiennes lookbook by The White Pepper

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Stay tuned for picking the right salon and hairstylist!

xxx,

Bex

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