My Hair

My Hair

**I took a little break from blogging, but I am back! I needed to have a bit of a digital detox to clear my mind and get myself sorted out. Recently I changed my hair a bit, so that’s what this post is all about. Enjoy 🙂 **

A small change can do a lot for a person.

Three years ago I cut all my hair off and ever since then I’ve been trying to grow my hair out. I liked it short and I think it suited me but I didn’t feel as beautiful as I did with long hair. I missed being able to curl it, straighten it, or put it up in.


I  missed the diversity and I missed feeling more feminine, in my honest opinion.

I finally got to a length that I liked but I started to get bored with it. My hair is strange. It’s in the middle of being curly and being straight. It can be curly if I put moose in it, but if it’s natural it’s just a weird mess. I’d end up putting my hair up in a bun every day at work just to get it out of my face and I didn’t want to do that anymore.

Finally I decided to change it up and I booked a hair appointment. I wasn’t too sure what I wanted but I knew I wanted to keep most of the length that I had worked to get, but I wanted it to be more funky/edgy.


I decided to get some bangs and there is where a small change comes in. Even though bangs are such a small thing it did a lot for my hair. I can have front bangs, or make them into side bangs and I love them. I got bit of the length cut off too, just to snip off all those dead ends. It’s the perfect length where I can wear it curly or straight and it looks good. (Plus it’s not long enough to put up in a bun, so I won’t be doing that anymore)


It’s not that big of a change but it’s big enough that I feel good walking outside and I feel fresh.

What is your favourite hair style?


Your hair is the crown you never take off.


I’m Molly! Wherever I go, I search for the magic this world has to offer. I’m a cat lover, caffeine drinker, a reader of all the books and a feeler of all the feels. My life is full of positivity and pushing myself out of my comfort zone.

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