About a month ago, I went with a friend to donate my hair. My friends braid was 10 inches and mine was 12 inches. It was for a good cause, but I so miss my hair. Long hair is so much easier. All I had to do was brush it. Now that my hair is so much shorter I have to blow dry it...
I believed it was the one thing that made me feminine. When I ran Cross Country in high school, it felt like a pat on the back.
So thick. So red. So long. I loved my long hair.
It wasn't until much later that I discovered my hair is actually naturally wavy!
Just once more I would love to hair long hair. I really miss having hair long enough to cover my skin. I remember how silky it felt against my skin. I miss that feeling.
Now its by necessity that it is short. I get sick of how it looks. I get tired...
Yes they are frickishly long, but when i enter grade 10 i get sick of my long hair because they're just starting to get in my nerve. Long hair problems:
- hair gets in your food
- hair gets all tangled
- its hard to brush
- its tiring to shower
- my own hair can strangle me...
and one day, I decided to donate it, and I have kept it short ever since, because my hair doesn't curl anymore! It's just really frizzy and poofy, and nasty wavy crap! But, at least I'm growing it out now just to see what it does! I hope I can get my curls back!
...my grandmother always called me Goldilocks, as i was growing up. that name became so common ground for me, and i think back about it fondly.
while my hair is short and trendy, and obviously easier to take of, i find myself lately missing my long golden hair. i miss...
it was super healthy and one day I decided to donate it to cancer kids foundation and now a little girl named Sofia, she is 13 years of age is now wearing my beautiful hair 😌
Even though I didn't want to give it up, I'm happy to see her face light up when she wears it, she...