Hair we go…..

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    Per Rexa
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    Lockdown in the UK – has been a right mare. Hairdressers have been closed for like three months. Come Monday, they’re allowed to open again. I’m booked in for Tuesday.

    So, rather fortunately I’ve grown a mop u can actually do something with. But what?

    Well, I’m still not sure ‘who I am’, so easy does it, one step at a time. After spending a lot of time consulting  the mirror and web, I’ve decided on an androgynous Pixie style. I have  a heart shaped/Inverted triangle face shape, and I think it’ll work. I’ve looked at past pictures of myself – the good ones – didn’t take long – and yes, I was leaning towards Pixie then.

    Also I think it looks cute lol

    I’ll have some pics loaded on my phone in case I get a blank stare from my hairdresser lol.

    Per

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      Sharon
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      I also went for a more androgynous style.  I wasn’t sure if a feminine style would look right with my face, although I only ever wear ladies clothes, and always have nail polish and now pierced ears.  It seems to work for me.

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      Yeeeehaaaaw!!! I asked a teen girl I know, and who knows me, what she thought off the idea. She said it would look quite good on me. So, that’s a vote of confidence.

      I’ll see how it goes, and consider very very carefully if I can post a heavily redacted pic here after Tuesday……

      Wish me luck lol

      Per

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      • #99671

        Per, That is what I did as I started my transition because I had to play both roles, but I still have a short hair style but starting to grow my hair just a little longer. good luck, we learn as we go.

        Huggs timmie

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      Michelle Larsen
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      Per, that is a good plan. Before I went to the hairdresser the first time, I did some research on things you could do with my length and type of hair, to achieve a more presentable female image. And then I chatted with the hairdresser and showed her what I had come up with. She had some suggestions, and we made a plan and got started. I have not regretted it one bit. Although I wish mine would grow faster and not be so wispy and wiry… But that is what I have to work with, so be it… Michelle

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