OK, so, I know this picture is not ideal for a number of reasons - one being that it looks like I have a tumor growing out the top of my head but really it's my sun lamp that shockingly blends with my hair.
But it's a good representation of my new hair.
And I quite like it, but I also want to make sure that I don't now have a Bieber 'do.
The growing out is hard, and I think she did a nice job with the color and toning it down. And she left as much length as possible, yay!, but I didn't then know what to do with it. So she suggested the best thing would be just kind of shove it forward.
Which I am now doing. As you can see.
So the Bieber question is the most pressing. And if it is Bieberish, then WHAT else can I do to it, with this current not-short-not-long-yucky-inbetween state that I'll be in for quite some time?
But also. Do you know how hard it is to take picture of yourself? I mean, a remotely normalish looking one?
I took approximately 372 furtive pictures of myself just to get one that didn't look completely horrendous.
I might be overly sensitive about this because I remember looking at so many Match profiles and wondering, "Why did that guy have to take his own picture? Doesn't he have any friends?"
Seriously. I don't think women tend to take their own pictures. Do they? So many men on Match had those arms-outstretched, smiling awkwardly for a camera with nobody behind it, and hey, look, you can see what their kitchen cupboards look like! kinds of pictures.
They need that device those Japanese tourists that we followed around in Turkey were using.
Maybe we all do.