Got a hair make over last week and I think it was a disaster. I supposed to get Pia Arcangels’ hair style as requested by Hubby. Yes, I know it was short but I agreed to his request because I would like to have a new look. However, the outcome was not as I expected. It came out to be way shorter than planned. I got a boy/tomboy cut. Well, the gay hairdresser didn’t know Pia in the first place and the similar hair style that I showed to him from the Magazine was barely copied. By the way, Pia Arcangel is a news reporter from GMA 7.
After my hair was cut, I knew that I would look like a tomboy. I don’t have a feminine face and my face is somewhat chubby and rounded. But, the hairstyle didn’t make my face rounder as I thought. I know it was a disaster, I really cried when I got home but I have to live with it. I just always think that my hair will grow back soon. In the mean time, I have to hang on with this hair style. I have to carry my hair confidently every time I go out. I just match it with a pair of pearl earrings and girly outfit so I’ll look feminine. I have to love this hair for a while. Who cares if people don’t like my hair and think that I’m a tomboy. As long as I feel comfortable with it, it doesn’t matter anymore. Here is the outcome of my hair make over. What do you think?
The lessons I learned from this event are:
- Choose the right hair salon that will take care of your hair style.
- Be assertive to the hair dresser on what hair style you want.
- Warn the hair dresser if you think he/she is not cutting your hair according to the hair style you like.
Well, who said short hair are just for guys or tomboys? Take a look at these hot celebrities with short hair. They are my inspiration at the moment.