My mom fucked up my hair. Should I go to the hairstylist to get it fixed?
December 31, 2017
For New Years I decided to go cut my hair. God, it was scary. Part of me wanted to cry and throw a fit, but the other part realizes that I am too old to cry over a bad hair day.
When I was younger, I would lock myself in the bathroom so that my mom would not cut my hair. I have always loved long hair. With long hair, I always felt protected because I could hide my face fat when someone took a picture of me when I was fat.
I am scared to cut my hair because I am scared of change, but fuck it. Sometimes, you just have to grab your heart and just go. Cutting your hair is like starting a business. You think about what hairstyles best fits your place and imagine how it would look like on you, but if you don’t pull the trigger you will never potentially achieve your best hair day. Most of the time, you aren’t in control of the outcome but that is okay. If it fails, it is your job to amend those mistakes. Plus, you learn to never let that person touch your hair again.