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Just when I was finally loving my hair the way it was, I had to fall in to a quarter life-crisis (is that even a thing?) and impulsively change it completely. First I just decided to dye it the darkest, coolest shade of blond I could find, but the fringy bangs trend has been getting to me lately, and I ended up going at it with a pair of scissors. The result is the look you can witness above. Luckily, I didn't suck at cutting it, and I can wear the bangs both to the side and straight down, allowing for a few different looks.
I'm not sure if I dig it yet and really miss my old hair, which I have recently been wearing back in a low knot most of the time, making styling super effortless and comfortable. But, I will try to embrace this as a chance to bring out my inner rock'n roller a bit more, and in the end just accept that I did this to myself. (At least it was free.)
Honestly, I don't know what I'd do without my tote bags. I never leave the house without one, because where else would I put my book, water bottle and touch up makeup? I also love how they can fit LPs, so they always make record shopping seem like it was planned (R.I.P. to my wallet). And they obvs look really good, too. I don't know how I'd live my life without these bags, and don't intend to find out any time soon.
Despite the low resolution, lack of variation and just generally horrible quality; mirror pics are my love and my life. I document almost every outfit I wear, wether it's proper going out-glam or a wet rain poncho at a festival. If there is a mirror you will find me in front of it, posing (with my right side facing the mirror, legs a shoulder with apart and shoulders pushed back.) Is this a hobby I can list on my CV?