Lesson Not Learned10:30 AM
When I first cut off all of my hair last year, I had lots of these ideas for it. I was not only going to rock a pixie, but I was going to style it all sorts of crazy ways, a faux-hawk was the favored style of discussion between Kyle and I. I figured if I am going to have short hair, I might as well try out different styles. Curling the front up a la Tegan and Sara, was also on my list. However, two months ago I had an accident. I was blow-drying my hair (which does not happen often, because lazy), minding my own business, when all of a sudden a large "CRACK!" came from the outlet my hair dryer was plugged into, and the lights went out. I have got talent! I tell you!
WELL, of course I had no idea how to change out an outlet. I had also murdered my hair dryer in the process and had to go buy a new one, so I had priorities. So for awhile I just air-dried my hair, or plugged the hair dyer in the kitchen outlet (so classy). WELL, in order to get my hair curly, I had to use a curling iron. I also did this in the kitchen. Not looking in a mirror. And the result was the photos you see here.
Honestly, it kind of reminded me of middle-school, I always had either the front of my hair, or one side looking kinda awesome, and the rest looking like a bird's nest. But did I learn my lesson? No. I totally did this a second time. AND, I went out in public like that. AGAIN. Yolo. Either way, my brother came by last night and replaced the outlet, so if I am going to go around looking like Flock of Seagulls, at least I will know about it in the process.
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