I’m not exaggerating, I swear. It’s been seven months since I last went to the hairdresser. Today I’m ready for a change, although it is very likely that I will regret it because the hairdresser will have cut “too much“. Nevertheless, I’ll be happy some hours later with my new look.
I liked my long hair, I could make all those difficult hairstyles: plaits, buns… It was so easy. I also like to swim under the water and watch my hair waving like the hair of a mermaid. But when you have short hair, you can’t be very creative. It is always the same old hairstyle.
It was funny because when I went to the hairdresser some months ago, they gave me a book full of different hairstyles, there were over 100 or so. I didn’t like any of them. I was quite frustrated, so I picked a Vogue (you can know which type of hairdresser’s is depending on the magazines thay have. Hello!: Average, Marie Claire: Better, Elle: Good, Spanish Vogue: Very Good, Vogue Paris: Total Luxury )they had at the waiting room and saw this editorial (see pics below). I knew this was the hairstyle, MY hairstyle. I took the magazine and told the hairdresser: “I want my hair like this, but without the fringe”. 20 minutes later, that hair was mine. I was amazed, my hairstyle looked exactly the same! Today I’m taking this photo to show it to the hairdresser again, I want this style this time too.
I love how they always tell you “Wow, so have such amazing hair”, no matter how your hair is. Probably it is a trick all the hairdressers learn at the Hairdresser University, so you spend more money on useless creams and shampoos.
Vogue España November 2007
by Christopher Kutner
Also, check how many times Shannan Click has changed her hairstyle.
Amazing, huh?. The best looks are the last two ones.
PS: The All Black Issue Vogue Italia
I’ll make a post about it, because I have a strong opinion of all this pretentious thing.