I used to have nice hair, then I cut it, then I tried to grow it but it wouldn't grow so I cut it again, I hated it after a while, I wanted it long, it wouldn't grow #groundhogday.
So 5 months ago I decided to get some hair extensions put in. £200 which I didn't think was a bad price at all for instantly longer hair. But then I didn't think about the £45 per month maintenance cost. On top of that it still needing colouring and cutting. The lady that usually did the mainetance is no longer available so I had to look for a new person but the only one I could found charged £60 per month. It all starts to add up doesn't it just for hair. And the fact I missed being to run my fingers through my hair, brush it from root to end ... so last night I pulled them all out (not in a manic frenzy kind of way but in a gently does it kind of way)!!
So here we are from before, during and after (May 2015 to June 2015 to September 2015).
Products I'm going to use for styling:
Guardian Angel Heat Protection Spray from Amazon
Living Proof from M&S for thickening
And I need to find a good hairdryer that doesn't blow my thin hair all over the place! The one I have now is too powerful.
It's going to take some getting used to as it's really thin in comparison to 200+ extenstions in but I'm going to have to grow to love it because £60 per month on top of my already non budget for spending is too much. Plus I have a 10 day trip to LA in October to save for!
What do you think? Better now or with extensions?