Imagine these two items paired with some skinny jeans. Cute, no? I'm thinking I'll look like I could just saddle up and take a jaunty ride through the English countryside. Which would in all actuality be impossible where I live. Since ya know....Arkansas and all. But that is beside the point. My style is classic and a bit equestrian. I grew up on a horse farm. That kind of stuff doesn't wear off.
So I know what I want to wear, but here is my real problem. The hair. My hair. It is in a funk. It has no idea what it wants to be when it grows up. Does it want to be curly and thick, tousled and bedheaded every day? Cause it can do that. Believe you me. It is talented in the tousled and half curly half straight department. Does it want to be flat ironed everyday into sleek shiny sheets that can be flipped over the shoulder with the flick or a wrist? Does it want to be blonde? Does it want to be brunette? Does it want to be Neapolitan? Chocolate and vanilla in one? Does it want side swept bangs? Does it want blunt cut bangs? Does it want to remain bangless? IT DOESN'T KNOW!!!! I don't know. I need help, readers. HELP!
Perhaps a few pictures might help?
I have the straight, all one length picture. Windblown at that. Ignore the husband.
Oh and here I have bangs. I loved my bangs. Nevermind the skanky room. It was the office in a house we rented about 3 years ago before we became "adults" and bought a real house. Not sure why I am explaining the condition of this room to you except I don't want you to think we live in a house with patched walls and flannel blankets for window treatments. And I don't usually scowl like that. See what happens when I try to look sexy? I scowl. Not sexy. At all.
And here in this tiny picture is my tousled look. My hair has a natural wave that can be significantly enchanced with styling products and actually looks okay.
I searched and searched for "the brunette" picture but it can't be found. My mom hates me with dark hair. I love me with dark hair. I have really pale skin and green eyes and when I'm blonde it just all blends together. When I am brunette, my eyes pop. My skin looks paler, ghostlike, think Bella in Twilight pale, but the eyes...oh the eyes. My best feature by far.
So tell me dear readers. What do I do?