My shortish hair cut is not making me feel all that chic lately. I keep styling it new ways (read: putting it in a stubby ponytail sometimes) and trying to make myself like it more as it grows out, but I should probably just leave it alone.
The other day, I got this idea to trim my little side-swept bangs with a beard and mustache trimmer. I thought, oh they'll look professional and cute instead of all straight across and kindergarteny like they do when I use the kitchen shears! (Why didn't someone remind me that I probably should not be cutting my own bangs if those are my two trimming tool options?)
I fired it up and immediately made a wrong turn and took off a big chunk of non-bang hair.
So... uh... I have kind of straight-across-my-head-non-sideswept bangs now. That I cut myself. With a mustache trimmer.
I want to look all pretty and sweet and long-eyelashy in them like Anna Karina:
But I don't know guys... I just don't know.
I might look more like this:
Or, um, this:
Or even worse... like me in tenth grade.
(long dramatic shudder)
You will not be getting a picture of me in tenth grade.
And because I can't blog about giving myself bangs without showing them to you...
Uh, did I ruin my hair? I mean, I did cut them on accident. With a beard and mustache trimmer. A beard and mustache trimmer that CAME FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF SOMETHING ELSE.
Notice I am wearing my blackest eyeliner to pretty them up?
I'm gonna go hide now.
I "fixed" them with "scissors"... better right? I think they look less like an accident. Which is kind of an important feature of bangs.