My daughter has been growing her hair for a l-o-n-g time and it was time for a change. I asked her to consider donating her hair, so she grew it a little longer. So, with ballet buns behind us for another year, Tuesday was the day.
We had planned a quick trip to the dermatologist and then off to have our nails done while big brother was battling it out at Special Forces camp. Real girl stuff! But along the way, Erin wound up with a case of poison ivy on her hands and miserable afternoon from the doctor, so we called an audible and decided to go ahead and chop off her hair right then and there.
We rolled into the Hair Cuttery and came out much lighter.
We're sending the ponytail to Beautiful Lengths - program sponsored by Pantene. It's much like Locks for Love, but the length requirement is a friendlier 8 inches.
She looks so cute with short hair again. And after a trip to my real stylist this morning to undo the Hair Cuttery chopping, she looks really cute!
Being totally biased, I have to say that I LOVE her hair color. A light brown, or "cinnamon honey", I like to call it. And it just started getting lighter from the pool time and sun. Sigh.
But the good news (besides cancer patients getting good looking wigs) is that summer just got a lot cooler!