Wednesday, July 1, 2009

HAIR-mergency 911!

HELP!! Calling all female bloggers (or heck - even male, at this point!). I need assistance, STAT!

For real - I've had SOOO much going on in my life over the past few months, and TOMORROW I'm in a wedding. I totally didn't even THINK about hair until last night! The bride doesn't care what we do (she's got a few more important things to worry about, I'm guess...) and I'm slap out of ideas.

I was thinking about a typical half-up do with "the poof". Something along these lines:

What do you think? I need your advice. So I'm calling on the power of social networking and hoping you all can help me pick a hair-do before Noon tomorrow. That's when my hair appt is and I need to be ready to go immediately following, so... GO!

Any ideas... help a sister out! Preferences: I have super thin hair and it's pretty dang straight, as in like almost anti-curl, so nothing too curly will stick around for more than... oh... say 30 minutes. It can stand to hold small slight curl, but that's about it. AND I have a giganto-giraffe-esque kind of neck that I'm a tad bit conscious of, so full up dos have to be low, and loose-ish if that's what you're thinking. And finally, I don't do well with that super sleek and flat hair-style stuff. You know... where it's so shellacked to your head that you break a comb trying to get that funk outta there? Yeah... so none of that.

PS: This is a pretty fancy-shmancy type wedding, so that "whispy" look may not work, but what do I know?! Maybe I'm wrong and it would??

But anything is worth considering at this point. HEEELLLP!!!!

Thanks, guys - you're the BESTEST!


...Mrs. Southern Bride... said...

I was in a wedding a couple of months ago as a bridesmaid...I had my mom do big curls with an curling iron, and put half of it up in the "poof". :)

pocket full of pink said...

The pic looks great, I would do that!! Have SO much fun!

Mrs. Stethoscope said...

I really like your picture I think it would look good. You could also do a bump with a high ponytail

Or you could do a low french twist and instead of slick it down just pull it loosly back

Anonymous said...

one of the bridesmaids in our wedding had a part up poof do, and it was super cute. I think that is a definite thumbs up!

Lindsey said...

I would do that, the pic is so pretty!