I was terrified of looking like a boy when I was little. I understand now why my mom cut my hair short. It was down to my tushie when I was three, so she braided it and lopped the braids off. I refused to wear pants or shorts without a skirt over them for quite a while after that.
I’m sure I never looked like a boy, but I was unreasonably afraid.
Mom cut my hair short again in 3rd grade, I wore scarves around my neck to look more feminine. My grandma had given me a cute pack of 6 little neck scarves, and I wore one every day for most of 3rd grade.
I was remembering The Scarf Situation with my mom, and she apologized for cutting my hair short.
But you know what? She did what she had to do! I am cutting Anna’s hair today, dangit, because I’m so tired of the daily cry-fest every morning when I try to comb her hair.
I LOOOVE her hair. It’s so pretty and golden brown and wavy and gorgeous. But I just can’t deal any more. And, she can always grow it back.
Such a pretty girl!
We are looking at hairstyles online, and we found these that struck Anna’s fancy:
Anna calls this, "Wormy Hair"
We think this is cute, but still: too much combing!
We think this might work! Anna declares it, "Perfect!" and it's short enough that it won't be World War Hair every morning before school.
I couldn’t find any tapered bobs on kids pictures! Ultimately, I’ll trust David Scott‘s advice on the matter. David is a co-owner of The National Beauty. Not only does he cut and style several celebrities and trains stylists nation-wide, but he cuts and styles MY hair! I’m such a lucky girl. We’ll see what he has to say about Anna’s
rat’s nest style options.
What do you think? Is Keira Knightly’s bob too sophisticated for an almost-six-year-old?
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