i love your haircut! you are thinking it is too short? no chance!and aren't compliments so welcome and occasionally much needed? i had a friend call me a few minutes after i hung up with her yesterday, just to tell me that she was feeling far less glum having spoken with me and thanking me for my friendship. just what i had needed to hear in my current funky state. your photography is nicolahttp://whichname.blogspot.com
Hi Lecia!I like your haircut as it is. Hey, this coat looks fabulous. Very elegant for a long, waterproof one!Have a great weekend!
I love your coat,especially in the vintage white. It will go perfectly w/your hair and skin tone. Your hair looks really nice as is, however, I know what it's like to want a change. My thought is: you can always grow it back or cut it. It's versatile.
You are so deserving of the photographic praise, Lecia. Your shots are thought-provoking, beautiful and taken with love.AS far as your hair is concerned, I grew mine out too- it took forever but am really happy with it. It's about the same length as yours now. I used to wear it very short. I like the new "do".Happt weekend!
Congratulations, Lecia, it must have been so nice to have your work praised! ... you really never know who might be reading your blog!I like your haircut, in fact I had a bob similar to yours most of my life, until two years ago I grew it out, and found that I really like my hair longer so that I can easily keep it tied. Longer, to me, equals tied and more confy.
I like your hair that length, it's very pretty. You photography skills are great but it's always nice to hear it from a pro! Have a wonderful weekend!
I am reading "Half Broke horse" and I love the liberated feeling the protagonist associates with having her long hair cut to a bob! I love you hair and love it when it is a bit shorter too. I am at the same decision, grow or cut shorter? A short bob is liberating~Great photos!pve
A woman's hair is her crowing glory! Don't just love getting your haircut? I sure do. But it's been so long since I've had my haircut that my hair dresser probably is going to start stapling MIA posters around town asking what happen to me.Enjoy your new do it's very pretty.
Hair: always a fun topic. If you grow it and it does not work out you can always cut it. I am in the midst of a "grow" phase, and layering my lovely purple streaks UNDER the top blonde layers...LOVE your coat! I too am about to give in and get some warm underwear to layer for the very chilly dog walking excursions. Also a reflective safety vest. It is getting gray and gloomy at 4:30 pm now... Yesterday (Friday) it never even reached 20 degrees in Anchorage... I have to face it... winter is here!! xoxoxo
Well if I had as much hair as you do, I might be tempted to let it grow out a bit to see what happens. Sadly, mine is rather thin and fine, and I have to keep it shortish or it looks horrid. I'm currently terrorizing my poor stylist by insisting that it be long enough for a ponytail for the gym!
Love the hair! (and the photography, of course!) xoh
You have such beautiful red hair and green eyes....I think it would be so lovely to grow it out.
Ooh, haircut advice! You're so brave to put it out there in the public forum. My fashionista step-mother-in-law and I agreed that you have killer bone structure! Whether you have your hair long or short, some soft layers around your face would really look gorgeous on you. Show off that face! And bangs. Consider bangs. Good luck, Beautiful!
You always look great, but I love your hair shorter. Short 'n chic!And how great to hear nice things about your photography!
your haircut is very cute and classic at the same time. but if you feel like trying longer, i am sure it would suit you well too.i just wrote in another comment that you are such a talented photographer, so i am all in line with that other parent who complimented you: you most certainly are!
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