**WARNING: NEVER HAVE I POSTED SO MANY SELFIES IN ONE BLOG POST!!!**
I went to AKS Salon and Spa in Mechanicsburg. My stylist, Sunny, was very good. She looked at some pictures of haircuts I liked and then we talked through what would look the best. Here are some pics right after my cut!
I bought some hair wax for the sides but I'm not sure what it's supposed to do? The next day I tried to style my hair the way Sunny did the day before. Here is what I was able to do with it for work. I'm sure I'll get better at it the more I practice! I like how it's kind of wavy on the sides!
I went back to the salon the next day to get my grays all covered up with a color that is similar to my natural hair. We may go lighter eventually.
Getting my hair dyed burned... Normally when I dye it from a box it burns/tingles a little bit. This dye burned more than that. I started to get worried I'd have an allergic reaction and I got myself so worked up that I was hot and sweaty. But after about 15 minutes the burning subsided. I was worried! I had to text Susan and Kristina to talk me down because I was at the point that I was going to put myself in a panic attack!
This is my "I'm about to die" face.
Sunny styled it curly for me after I got it dyed. I'm not sure I like it this way!
Here's how I was able to style it for Day #2 with short hair...
It is definitely taking some getting used to but I normally wear my hair in a ponytail away from my face so it's not like I went from long, flowing, perfectly coiffed hair framing my face to a pixie cut.
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Have a good one!
Have you ever chopped off all your hair?
Does hair dye ever burn you scalp?
Have you ever had a severe allergic reaction!!!???