It has been a few months since I have seen my hairdresser...
I dearly miss our visits and chats...
I am in the process of growing out the short pixie cut that I had to get several years ago when my frozen shoulder prevented me from using a blow dryer...
Then darn it, the other shoulder froze!
Which I was not expecting, as I am an optimist.
(I had been warned by the specialist that this may occur!)
So I kept the pixie as it was an easy option
especially when one is in too much pain to lift their arm above their head.
I purchased a Bumble and Bumble product appropriately named
"Don't Blow It"
to help me with the "growing pains"...
The transition phase from one style to another is not the easiest to style...
at least that's true for me personally.
Oh and here is a bit of wabi-sabi
the toothpaste tube sitting on the sink...
our humble bungalow is a rife with imperfections!
The back view
one that I don't usually see
shows an area of grey hair near the bottom
nature has had a hand in this as I have not streaked my hair.
The thing that comes to mind is skunk....
My hairdresser said I need to wait at least another two months before coming back in to see her...
So it's what I can only say must be wabi-sabi hair.
Do you change your hairstyle?
Have you grown it long, or do you like it short?
Is it grey or do you colour it?
Any tips on how you've managed the transition?
In closing this post
before I go out and work in the garden
I wanted to share this picture with you.
Lovely Constance Spry and Paul's Lemon Pillar Roses
climbing on the arbour out front of The Humble Bungalow on a sunny morning.
The path is sprinkled with petals
an unintentional wabi-sabi welcome to the garden...
We just celebrated Canada Day July 1st
The 4th of July celebrations are next.
Hope you are having a great week my friends...
~ Be Well and Be Kind ~