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Autumn brunnette

Two weeks ago I decided to change my hair a little bit and I went a few shades darker. I thought that a silky rich chocolate-ish brown would be perfect for the new season. I don’t know why but when September comes I feel like I want to be a brunette. Summer is for sunkissed hair, but Autumn calls for soft hazelnut hair, right? At least that’s what I thought. These pictures found on Pinterest were my inspiration. So I took them to my hairdresser and he told me to go only a couple of shades darker. Let’s be cautious, he said. Well, he always is: the only hairdresser I know that only cuts 2 mm of hair if you say you want to cut just the split ends. Where I come from, if you say that they will cut 4 centimeters of your hair. At least. You may even lost your mane. Anyway, I went out of the salon all happy but the following day… well, I hated it. Epic fail. Instead of the warm autumnal glow I thought my new hair would give me I looked even paler. When I talked with my mum on Skype that night she didn’t even mentioned my hair. It is that bad. So I’m just waiting a little bit to go back to my kind of dark blond/caramel hair. It sounds prettier than it is, trust me, but that’s what suits me. No more brunette dreams for me. But I think that colour of hair is gorgeous and it would look perfect with tartan and velvet, that is, typical Autumn trends. Β What do you think? Anyone has experienced something like that? Please tell me that I’m not the only one disappointed with her hair…

PS: These pictures got me thinking about bangs too but my hairdresser told me that my face would look EVEN fatter.

7 Comments

  1. Lucky you, my mom would’ve made some comment on my hair, believe me. My philosophy about hair is – it’s just hair, you can change the color, and it also grows. It’s not permanent.

    • Yeah, I’m just going back to the salon next month and change it again… My mum always says negative things about my looks, that’s why when she said nothing I freaked out!

  2. Maybe the cut needed a couple of weeks to settle in? Hey, you’re lucky. Whenever my mum comments on my hair, it’s something along the lines of me needing to get a hair piece to “add volume”. And she’s into super layers … which on me does not look fashion forward. It just looks like a mullet that I cannot control.

    • Jajajaja!! No, but my mum is always complaining about my looks too, that’s why I got so scared when she didn’t even mention it! She was speechless!!

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