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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

A tough morning

The girl is suffering from severe haircut remorse. We've ALL been there. She's scared that she'll look different. She's scared that she can't maintain it without expensive products (we can get them wholesale but it's still an investment) and she's scared that it will frizz out in damp weather. She needs LOTS of hugs. Please please leave a comment on the Part Two post. Please. I'll print them out and it will make her feel better. She's in tears now. Delurk... but please comment. My heart is breaking for her.

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Blogger Robin said...

I posted before on Part 2, but you can add that her new look is very much in style here in Israel, which tends to follow Europe and be a bit ahead of the US in things like that. Loads of girls in my town have similar styles, especially the diagonal line of the bangs. She'd fit in PERFECTLY here.

21/10/08 9:06 AM  
Blogger Katie said...

goodness, it looks beautiful :) very healthy and sleek and chic. no need to worry! plus she looks very pretty in the pictures!

21/10/08 6:23 PM  
Blogger Picara said...

I think your hair is gorgeous, here in SF it would be a serious hit.

Chin up!

22/10/08 4:12 PM  

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