Tuesday, July 10, 2012

My Summer hairstyle...

simple braidThere's not much else in the World that I find more irritating than having my bangs plastered to my forehead on a hot Summer day.  So THANK YOU, Michelle Williams for rocking this hairstyle, and validating that a grown woman is allowed to walk around in a toddler's "do" to keep from having bangs-rage, getting out her husband's clippers, and G-I-Jane-ing her head...

So I've been sporting the front twist to keep my shaggy Bieber bangs off my forehead, and so far it's working just dandy.

It's all for the greater good though.  If I suffer through the Summer months, then I'll be well on my way to having my Jennifer Aniston hair back... er, having hair long enough that I can pretend it looks like JA's when I stand in front of the mirror without my glasses on...

this hairstyle...
You know what Jennifer Anison is saying in this photo?  She's saying, "Please God, give me the strength to keep from murdering someone (possibly my hair stylist) if it gets humid today and these bangs touch my forehead."

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  1. You can actually do different hairstyles to keep your bangs off your forehead. Gather your bangs and pull it back using a clip, headband or roller so that they stay on top of your forehead. You can go to a salon or do it at home. It's an easy and quick fix for your bangs on summer days. -The Academy Of Hair Design

  2. And now it’s about time to bring back that “toddler’s do” or whatever rocking hairstyle that will keep you comfy despite the scorching hot summer days. What hairstyle have you been you sporting lately? Have thought of going to your stylist for a summer coiffure?

    Sadie Montgomery @ Hoshall's Salon & Spa