then and now

Hello! Your opinions please?

Keep the length or go back to short?

Thank you

(I won’t say anything about the number ‘3’ – specific to this post. I’m tempted though.)


5 thoughts on “03.03.13

  1. Oof, tricky one. Short says you’re doing something with your hair, you’re into fashion and style and you’re after a certain look. Long may well say the same –especially with monthly haircuts– but is more effortlessly beautiful to the untrained eye…so it depends on what you’re after maybe, whether you want to make a statement along with the clothes, or balance things out. Also depends on whether you want a change, of course. Maybe you do?

    From my own experience, if you go with short and end up regretting it, sure it takes about two years to get back to where you were and it may frustrate the hell out of you, but other people barely notice the difference between bob and long (apart from your hub, who’ll hear all about it 😉 )

  2. As much as I love your chic short do (I also sported that look for years!) but wow oh wow, you look regal and stunning with long hair.

    My vote is for long hair. 🙂

    • Mans, you’re much too nice! I think I’m leaning towards long too, but I feel guilty for being boring. My hairdresser wants to cut, cut, cut! And I always want to please! (It’s a bit silly, but I think it’s related to being middle-ish. Middle children always want to please everyone, I reckon.)

  3. Dear Jaded Lotus,

    Whilst the short cut looks good, I tend to agree with quirkykitty that it seems like you are after a certain look.

    The long seems a lot more natural to me. Also, you don’t seem to have aged at all in the last 3 years with this long but if you go back to the short, it may reveal a little difference in the vintage. Apart from a natural look that flows beautifully in the wind, the long is also good when a tight handle grip is required in certain circumstances.

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