So I may have done a thing. I have had my hair grown out for well over 2 years now and I felt it was that time to have a change. A lot has happened in my life and a lot of who I felt I am was attached to my hair and the way I looked with it. I’ve come to a point where I decided I needed a change if even with just my appearance. Sometimes taking a step towards change starts with where you’re at and with simply with how you look. Lately I’ve felt that I couldn’t make any sort of change with my life at all until I just decided to change my appearance, which for some odd reason has helped me change my perspective on the fact that I can change anything in my life as long as I make the choice. So without further ado, here is the new style and I hope for better days for myself as well as for those who follow me. Thanks for following me and what I do and believe in.
This is me.
Face of a single mother.
Not somewhere I fathomed to be.
Don’t ask about her father.
Dark circles from weariness.
Red eyes from crying myself to sleep.
Starting to feel delirious.
In chronic pain but you won’t hear a peep.
I question the universe often.
How is it that good people struggle so much?
It’s easier to be in a coffin.
But you won’t finding me doing such.
Life isn’t fair.
But that isn’t a reason for despair.
📷: @bencamagna #moodygrams
“Short hair exposes the most seductive part of a woman’s body: her neck.” 👁
Cut by Juaquin //@scissor_candy
Color by @ambsthecolorist.// @scissor_candy
Photo by @bencamagna
Still getting used to this picture, this look. What will it be like not to worry about my roots coming in? I started going grey at 15, coloring at 19. It’s been a long time since I haven’t spent time looking for my own hair to peek out of my dye job during the month. My hair maintenance just keeps getting easier... #buzzcut#buzzcutgirl#greyhairdontcare#greyhair