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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Making up for my not-misspent youth

You know you're maybe not getting the most out of your rebellious teenage years when your own mother suggests that you consider dressing less like a nun...But it's never too late to make up for lost time!  As illustrated below:

One of these things is not like the other....



I was in the chair at the salon last night almost as long as I was at work yesterday.  I may have squee-ed when the blond chunks came out of the foils.  I may have just discovered a new addiction.  And I feel like I have super-hero hair!  Also, the satellite radio station at the salon was on the 80s channel, so I got to listen to the Cult and the Clash, and maybe a little Tears For Fears...thus enhancing, most enjoyably, the making-up-for-being-too-sensible part of the experience.


I still love it this morning!



Also, snow!


7 comments:

kmkat said...

Watch out, people may mistake you for Lucy Neatby!

Mrs.Q said...

I wish I was a fraction as cool as she is! Someday I will also have mis-matched Docs that match my hair.

Louisa said...

I think your hair now matches your personality much better! I love it.

Anonymous said...

I don't remember telling you not to dress so much like a nun...but you were into black---love the blue!

=Tamar said...

Way to have blue hair, lady!

I made up for a not-misspent youth by taking the "road trip across country" with a friend who was also in her fifties at the time. It's never too late.

Monica (monnibo) said...

Hair dying is *SO* addictive!

blindpurls said...

I love the colour! It looks great on you. I think of all the funky colours my hair has been blue has been my favourite.