New Cut

before (left) and after (right) the hairdresser

It’s a personal week and that allows me to show you photos of ME (Is that creepy?!). What should every girl do after a break-up? – Right, get a new hair cut.

The funny thing is in the photos above you nearly see no difference between before and after (And to be honest, I prefer the “before” version since in the “after”-pic I look all exhausted and tired plus it’s mirror-inverted.). But hey, I don’t care… it’s the feeling that counts that you just did something for yourself…

What about you? Are you running to the next hairdresser after a break-up? Or what else are you doing to pamper yourself a bit?

Pics by Franzi and Marie.

3 thoughts on “New Cut”

  1. Well akwardly, i like the “before” photo as well.. though on the “after” photo, your hair is much more shiny and without the very fine hair flying around.. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Concerning the last question about what i do after a break-up: just about everything i want and expecially what i didn’t get to do before the break-up.. spend all that extra time on things that make me feel good such as sports, music, friends and myself ๐Ÿ™‚ So yes – a new haircut is in order after a break-up. Then an evening full of my favourite series and all the sweets i crave.. going running the day after that because of my bad conscience ๐Ÿ˜‰ eating out with friends / getting coffee, going to the theaters, see a musical (really always helps!), catch up playing the guitar or the flute, going swimming, spending a week-end at the ocean (who wouldn’t feel better when seeing the big wide blue? it always makes me feel so small and my problems as well..)…

  2. I was trying to figure out which one was the “before” and which one the “after” picture without reading the caption (I always do that) ๐Ÿ˜€ . As you really look much happier on the “before” picture I wasn’t sure, but your hair definately looks pretty on the “after” picture! Did you get some colour as well?
    Fighting is a good way to get rid of some pain and aggression at least temporarily. Try some martial arts class!
    Getting a new hairstyle definately marks a new period of life! Buying some new clothes, dressing up and going out with friends can help to get back your self-respect.
    Yet something that usually really helps me is in line with what Marie suggested. Though it might sound harsh it helps me to see things in relation. And here once again friends are the ones to help. Besides building you up with their compassion they often can report own troubles which seem so much worse in my eyes. And who would grief over a broken relationship if a friend is worrying about a parents’ health ๐Ÿ™ ?

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