I have no doubt that you guys are sick and tired of hearing about this wedding dress business, but…
That’s never stopped me from writing a post about something before, so here I go again.
So, my dress came. And I like it (don’t love it, but I’m sick and tired of looking, so it’ll work).
But–being the codependent being I apparently am–I thought I might ask you guys some hair advice.
Honestly? I’m kind of a hair girl. I like to fix it, braid it, up-do it…the works. I’ve even done bridesmaid and prom hair.
But lately, I’ve gotten lazy. I’m terrible about doing cute stuff with my girls’ hair, except on Sundays, and mine is almost always up in a (sweaty) ponytail #thatgymlife or down on the few occasions I actually bother to “fix it up real nice.”
Again, though, this wedding has me thinking that maybe I should make an effort, you know?
So! The question is: which kindof effort, at least where my hair is concerned?
I snapped a quick shot of three possible (extremely simple) options, and would love to know which style you think works best with the dress.
D O W N
(Ignore the leopard print shoes…my new ones haven’t come in yet)
Okay, so here we have my basic washed-my-hair-at-night-and-slept-on-it look. I refresh it with a bit of water/conditioner plus a quick blast with the blow-dryer. For the actual wedding, I might try to spruce it up a bit with the curling iron, but the effect would basically be the same.
H A L F U P
This is Shaun’s fave way for me to wear my hair, and–again–I’d probably do something a little fancier (maybe twists or braids) but the same basic effect.
I guess you get the idea that I’d actually make more of an effort for the actual wedding, but I kind of like the idea of an up-do since it would showcase a pair of pretty, dangly earrings I plan to wear.
ANYhoo, this is hardly a momentous decision or even one that honestly truly deserves your vote, but if you’re in the voting mood just the same…well, I won’t object!
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