(AKA, a good excuse to use old pictures.)
Stage 2: Straight. I had pin-straight hair till I was about 14.
Stage 3: Boy Haircut. Then I chopped it all off and it suddenly turned curly.
Stage 4: Headscarves. I wore bandanas all the time for a while there...
Stage 5: I don't know how to use a straightener. Either that, or I just can't figure out that my bangs really need to be straightened out.
Stage 6: Big Hair. They told me to grow out my hair for my wedding, and by golly, I did.
Stage 7: Spunky. Well, that's what Angel calls it, but he's pretty much paid to compliment me, so I don't know how well he can be trusted. This was probably my favorite short haircut since we got married:
And no, that was not a self-taken picture, by my expression you can tell that Angel was sticking the camera in my face and taking my picture, as he is wont to do far too often.
Currently, I tend to bounce between my short and spunky hairstyle and my big hairstyle, because I don't like getting my hair cut. Right now we're about at the point where if I want to keep the style of the short haircut I got in December, I should cut it again. Do ya'll have any opinions? Should I keep it short for a while yet, or just let it grow out till I can't take the hugeness of it anymore?
But my most important question for you is...do any of you share any of the same hair stages with me, besides, of course, the first stage? I'd really like some solidarity here, especially with the boy haircut stage.