sadly. But many congrats to the winner, who was announced by Casey today. I can’t wait to see the new hair!
The lucky thing about not winning is that I had figured out, in the span of time since I entered the contest, what I actually want done with my hair; therefore, I don’t have to hope that Whoorl agrees. You see, I kept thinking I wanted to be a redhead. So I tried it, or as red as my stylist (one of several – I rotate depending on my needs/budget; and I know, this is bad, but sometimes, I even try out new places just for fun. And also when I want a Monday appointment and every other salon is closed on Monday. Whatever, people.) would go on my hair. As it turns out, it has grown out kind of quickly and I hate it. Plus it just washes out, looks blonde, and I HATE (hate) having visible roots. (I also hate having naturally mousy-brown hair, thus the color.) Do you understand? The stylist did exactly what I wanted, like only six weeks ago, and I haaaaaate it. Which means, I want a change. But I figured it out, and I am pumped.
I am in the process of growing my hair (status: touching shoulders. Yay!) out, because I have rarely been able to accomplish such a feat and I like my hair longer. And so I think I am going to leave the length, but go back (it’s been a few years since I have had this color) to chocolately brown with caramel highlights…possibly tomorrow.
If I find an open salon.
(p.s. You know what else is tomorrow? I give away the Vera Bradley zip around wallet! As long as you comment by tomorrow at 12n, you’re in the drawing.)
(p.p.s. I also want to tell you all why my voice is a little sore and scratchy. I had the best weekend at our church’s 60th anniversary celebration. God is good, and I am pumped to share!)