Saturday, 17 July 2010

Notice anything different about me?


According to a survey carried out by Andrew Collinge, former Hairdresser of the Year, women between the ages of 13 and 65 change their hairstyles an average of 104 times - that's twice a year!

3000 women were surveyed and it seems that we colour, chop, layer and curl to stave off boredom - and of course we're swayed by the celebs. We'll admit to hankering after a "Rachel" in the 90's, then a few years ago it was a "Pob", now it's all blunt or side fringes and choppy layers everywhere you look.

And of course there's been our fair share of hair disasters - from bowl cuts to DIY, we've certainly had our moments, but now that we've grown into mature young women, we like to think we've put our hair disasters behind us and have created our own styles to suit us. Not that we get bored of experimenting...

What's been your biggest hair disaster?

2 love letters:

ennill1 said...

Oh God, having my hair given 'permanent' curls... had to go cap in hand to another hairdresser (an ex-boyfriend turned gay :( ) to have the disaster rescued.

Cathryn said...

Giving myself a fringe with blunt scissors, lets say I now understand that cutting hair is a skill and even though you can use scissors does not mean in return that you can cut hair! It was so bad I was embarressed to go to a hair dressers to have it sorted out so I let it grow out...I looked terrible for weeks....

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