I made it to the hairdresser

Ok, as we know, I’ve been dealing with my hair on my own since.. pre-lockdown last year? I have a complex relationship with hairdressers, or not hairdressers themselves but hair salons. As a kid, I rarely had professional haircuts and usually, it was our next-door neighbor cutting me in their kitchen, or as an option to that – going to the cheapest hairdresser in town, which, wasn’t the much better option. I have been crying over my hair many times, as you might understand.

Hair salons are loud, lots if people, and you spend 4/5 hours staring at yourself in a massive mirror while the hairdresser is wet combing your hair and you look like a drenched, miserable cat. So the slight anxiety I feel around hair salons have made me to a self-appointed hairdresser which education from Youtube.

But as my hair got thinner, drier, and just…sad I decided to pull it tigether and just book myself an appointment. So first I went for a haircut (the hairdresser wasn’t rather impressed with my DIY), and we cut a fair bit off. Rebooked in another 2 months for a trim and color so my hair could have a chance to recover from my own experiments. And, here’s the result. Super happy and I am so glad that I finally let my hair into the hands of a professional. No more at home-experiments.

xx

The long road to icy blonde

Once again, my poor fragile hair had to suffer. It was so brassy and yellow by now that I just couldn’t stand the way it looked. I went longer than usually though between colouring. It must be closer to two months. Next time I will have to go to a hair dresser, get a proper cut and colour. But for now, this will do.

My hair really needs some extra TLC now, if I don’t wanna loose it all. Will give it a trim with the Split-ender pro, then do a mask every time a wash it, and eat alot of fish.