I actually love these posts, so thought I'd do one too. I then realised how boring I am with my hair but oh well!
Okay for about 12 years of my life I had really long, mid brown hair with a centre parting. We don't need to see that. But then it all changed and I decided to get a side fringe;
Then I cut it all off (kept the side fringe though)
Had a very awkward regrowth stage. .
But kept growing it anyway, discovering curling tongs and blackish brown hair dye on the way
Cut it a bit shorter, and decided to use Sun-In. On almost black hair. NOT A GOOD MOVE PEOPLE.
Only sun in'd the top layers so ended up with a gross gingery brown colour with mousy brown roots and dark brown bits underneath. Oh dear indeed.
Dyed my hair dark dark dark (even though the instructions said don't dye pre-bleached hair, I'm a rebel like that) and stuck in some Primark hair extensions (yes really)
Got my trusty side fringe back, only for the hairdresser to cut it in a really weird way, so that my only choice was to pull it over in to a 'full' fringe
Spent about 6 months wondering how to get this new fringe (that was supposed to be a side) to work
But gave up and got a full fringe. In summer. High maintenance or what!? (also I think I was pulling a weird face in this photo. . )
Full fringe got too much so yet again started sweeping it to the side (vicious circle)
By winter got so annoyed at this fringe business I found new ways to keep it off my face (something which my 14 year old self would NEVER have done)
Oh and what do we have here, 5 months later, in the Spring of 2010 I got a fringe back.
And yet more awkward fringe business (september '10)
Most recently, I kept pretty much the hairstyle up there, but added in flicky layers which I LOVE. This is taken a few weeks after I dyed it with the Nice n' Easy foam. IT HAD NOT FADED and it's darker than this IRL. Beyond impressed. .
And then I decided to put the Cheryl Cole hair dye on (L'oreal Casting in 550 Mahogany)
on dark brown hair and it's given me a reddish tint which you can see in the light and I love it as it gives my hair an 'edge' and makes it look less flat and I may consider doing it permanently
And that's my hair history, I hope I didn't bore you to sleep, and please link me yours if you have one!
Love Sophie xx