That’s a song isn’t it?
Stylistics circa 1970-s.
Yesterday I had a pause in the action and had my hair done as well as my toes and fingers.
I’m not big on doing mani-pedi’s but once in awhile is ok. My fingernails are pretty cool au naturelle-so I usually try to keep them filed down. Mostly, when I’ve been slacking off they grow super long, so by the time I have to put my nose to the grindstone they tap tap tap on the keyboard. Sometimes I get a little frustrated so I just whack them off down to nubs so I can type with lightening speed.
But when it comes to my hair….
For like the last week I’ve been saying to myself I should have booked a week earlier because my glossed hair was getting very long, very fast, and on the last few days I could really see the growth.
So, happily I saw Hillary J, the awesome stylist I found who introduced me to the virtues of using a gloss instead of color for roots (harsh). When I thought about it the other day, I recalled how much product I used to get put in my hair post shampoo and style.
I asked Hillary, when was the last time I came? I was trying to think back and I know I had my hair glossed and cut since after I started seeing the blue-eyed man.
Hmmm. It’s been 5 weeks, and I got my hair cut after the first date.
My hair grew nearly an inch in a month!!!
Hillary said she sees this phenomena often when people are in new relationships and really happy.
Makes sense to me.
I’m in a new relationship.
I’m really (super) happy!
Thank goodness the hair is only growing on my head!