Oh the joys of when your bangs get uncomfortably long. I’ve tried trimming my own bangs before (how hard can it be if all you have to do is cut in a straight line?!) but it just didn’t work out well. It wasn’t terrible (no horror stories here) but it still wasn’t great. I have a habit of putting off my bang trims until the last possible moment (like when my bangs completely cover my eyes), so for now I’ve semi-swept them to the side. (I actually think I kind of like it when my bangs get super long that I have to think of other ways to style them.)
One of the things about styling your bangs differently is they always want to fall the way you usually style them! Forever brushing my bangs to the side.
I bought this American Apparel lace dress a few months ago when they were having a huge 90% off sale. The dress is COMPLETELY see-through, but that’s okay because I really like the look of it layered over this blue polka dot dress I stole from my mom (shhh!!!… actually it doesn’t really matter because she’s the one who takes most all of my pictures so she knows 😉).
PS. Thanks so much for your kind words & support about my health post. I am fairly private of a person and talking about personal things doesn’t come naturally to me. One thing I’ve come to realize is that we’re all dealing with something. If it’s not health-related, it’s money-related. If it’s not money-related, it’s relationship-related or job-related or style-related or pet-related or I-don’t-know-what-related. I truly believe in the power of opening up because doing so creates a safe space for others to open their hearts as well. I loved reading your personal food intolerance / wacky immune system stories. (Not that those are fun to deal with at all but it’s just nice knowing there are people dealing with the same issues: a community.)
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