A Haircut For Some Me Time

On Wednesday I went to the hairdresser for a much needed haircut. I was going to wait until mid-August and a few weeks before going back to school. However my hair was getting too long and the weight of it was starting to bother me.

The stylist cut quite a bit of hair from my head – over six months of growth. She layered my hair to make it thinner and lighter – and it feels so much better.

I asked my daughter to snap a quick picture of me – which turned into a lengthy photo shoot as she changed my position a number of times in order to get a photo without shadows on my face.

One of the last photos she took is a perfect picture. I like the background too as it shows the perspective of the city that I see everyday.

When is the last time you went for a haircut?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2020

(This post is linked to Becky’s Square Challenge on differing perspectives and the Six Word Saturday challenge)

23 thoughts on “A Haircut For Some Me Time

  1. My last hair cut was mid-January…needless to say, I look a bit like a Wild West desperado right now…living in LA, the window of “open” salons was briefly, then closed again!

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      1. They announced today there has been a bit of a positive change in the numbers…we just need people to be intelligent and wear a mask and social distance…shocking how stupid people are being…

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  2. Looks very pretty, and I’m sure you’re enjoying the lighter feel. I like the background of the tall buildings, too. We don’t have those here at all, as we only have one tall one of 21 stories. Everything else is way shorter than that. 🙂

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  3. Love your haircut and your daughter’s photography! I can remember the last time I went to the hairdresser’s. I have cut my hair three times since March 🌹🌹

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  4. How wonderful . . . I still have a few weeks to go before mine is cut. As you say the weight is the most challenging bit.

    You look gorgeous, your daughter did a fabulous photo shoot

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