The Stages of Getting a Haircut

Over the course of my life, I feel as though I have made very few large decisions. However, when it came to cutting 5 1/2 inches off, the decision happened so quickly I barely remember the process. Even though it would seem I regret my decision to cut my hair, I actually really love it and am happy that I decided to chop it off. However, the process was a real roller coaster that I feel others could relate to so I thought I would share it with y’all today.


 

First, you see your hair inspiration.

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Then, you get excited and fall into a Pinterest hole of equally cute hairstyles.

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Get super excited, you want the haircut so bad you could cut your hair yourself! (but you don’t.)

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You sleep on the idea, hoping that sleep will make you forget about the idea all together.

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But you wake up just as excited as you were the night before.

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Adrenaline rushing, you make the appointment, as soon as they have time of course.

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Sitting outside the salon in your car, you debate over whether you are prepared to cut off what you have worked so hard for.
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The next thing you know you are in the chair and the hairdresser is working away.

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She shows you the job she has done, it is too late now.

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And it is a little shorter than you’d hoped…

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But hair grows back right?

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You stare at your new do’. Your already large head looks to be ballooning with this haircut.

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You head home, calculating how long it will take to grow back the 5 inches you had snipped. (too long)

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You finally come to enjoy your new hair style when you find a new style you want, and the process starts all over again.

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One thought on “The Stages of Getting a Haircut

  1. I’ve always had long hair, so everytime I do a trim I always take 2-3″ off. Everyone makes a big deal of it, except for me. LOL.

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