What to do with bangs? Or fringe, if you prefer. I get my hair cut before every wedding I'm a part of. Which for a while meant every three months or so. However the last wedding I was in was in December and we're look at July for the next one. So that's a long time for go without a fringe trim.
Maybe it's time to grow them out?
I am apprehensive. I love my bangs. I think they add a little spice and flair to what otherwise ends up being a hop-out-of-the-shower-and-towel-dry-kinda-look.
This picture was shot right after my last hair cut, which was for a December wedding.
This is what they look like right now.
Here are some of my bang'n looks through out the years:
|1. swooping bangs, 2011, cut for Corrie's wedding in Dec of 2010|
|2. Betty page bangs - 2010 (cut for my sister's wedding)|
|3. Way too swoopy bangs, 2010|
|4. Betty Page bangs with hat. 2010|
|5. Dark, cool, cocktail bangs, 2009|
|6. 2006? Maybe? no bangs.|
|7. Blond, slight side bangs, Hawaii 2007|
|8. Dirty festival-bangs, Treasure Island, 2008|
|9. 2006 wedding bangs - just little whispies actually. Sarah Jane is sporting some darn cute bangs, but everything she does is adorable. I can't wait until she has her own blog!|
|10. 2010 short and swoopy bangs.|
|11. New York, 2005, long bangs, short hair|
Some of my Fringespiration:
|Audrey Tautou, Amelie|
|Jenny Lewis (Rilo Kiley)|
In other news: I had an amazing time in the St. Patrick's Day Parade riding for Practical Cycle. Here's a slide show.