E - Eowyn's funeral hair

My hair was too long for the instructions I found, so I made up something of my own instead.

Hair and the blood moon

103 cm. I should reach classc in less than a month!

How to use a square scarf for you hair

The first version is great for protecting your hair, or to simply hide the fact that you haven't washed or brushed it.
Fold it like this.
Put the "middle piece" over your bun.
Cross the "side pieces" over the middle piece.
Twist the middle section with one of the side sections.
Put all of the pieces on top of your bun.
Tie it. You can now choose to leave the ends loose or tuck them in under your scarf.
Version number is great for hiding greasy roots or protecting the scalp while still showing of your bun and/or hairtoys.
 Fold the scarf the same way.
Put the middlesection "on the side" of your bun.
Cross the side sections under your bun and twist the middle section with one of the side sections.
Tie it above your bun.
I might do a video to show and explain everything some day... But this is it for now and I really wear both of these styles a lot.

A friends wedding

Yesterday I was at a friends wedding and another friend fixed my hair.
I had to buy a dress that wasn't all black for this occasion. The shoes, I bought for my high school graduation eight years ago.
It took her 1,5 hours to do my hair and the result was amazing! I'm so happy with it!
It was the same friend who took the pictures for me!

D - Dutch braids & double buns

And scrunchies as decoration.

C - Celtic knot bun


B - Bweeta's buns and todays style

For the letter B, I chose Bweeta's buns.
I bought the dress at Blue Fox last month in Stockholm.

Growing my hair for 11 years!

11 Years have now passed since I had a side cut and decided that I wanted long hair.
I cut all of the hair to the same length (0,5 cm, so a little shorter than in the picture), but kept bangs to have less of a buzz cut. But since I hate having bangs, so I soon cut it off too.
Back then I used a really dull scissor to cut my hair and would continue to do so for years.
Don't ask me why, but I bleached my hair... Above is the "carrot phase".
Blond and abused hair.
And of course, I soon missed having black hair.
I decided to for the last time in my life, bleach my hair before dying it red and then go back to black once and for all. And thus the "carrot phase" again.
I also used to let a friend heat style my hair.
I really enjoyed the color hair, but what a hassle to keep it red!
After I had to wash it with some special stuff before surgery, most of the dye washed out and I decided to let the bleached hair grow out and slowly cut it away before dying it black.
Before jumping in to the shower to do my first CO-wash.
This is what my natural hair color looked like after a year of CO-washing and when most of the bleach had been cut away.
I decided to never again use chemical dyes again and wanted to be a henna head for a while, before starting the process of getting it black with indigo.
The process of getting it black. It took some time and effort, but was worth it. Also, my hair finally started to get longer for real, now that I now longer mistreated it.
Black again.
Uneven hemline because of my braid waves.

And this is today! I'm closing in on classic and am going for terminal!
Although my hair would have been a lot longer if I would have taken as good care of it all the way, as I'm doing today. I have no regrets! I had a lot of fun trying different colors and doing stuff with my hair!

Six months no trimming 2018 - result and trim.

It grew 7,5 cm in six months.
Yesterday I trimmed two cm.
Next trim is in six months.

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