and less like this
No offense to Scarlett Johansson, but that is not the look I'm aiming for.
On so many levels, I feel like any hair is good hair (except armpit hair; that is still just annoying). But six months out from my last broad spectrum chemo infusion, and I finally--finally--could use a hair cut.
It's the little things, don't you agree?
So I've been searching all over the Internet for advice on how to grow out a pixie because I hope I'm that lucky. I hope this chemo is working. I hope I get to stay on it long-term. I hope I get to keep this hair, even if there are umpteen awkward grow-out phases in my near future.
It's funny, but in all the time I've spent bald--or nearly bald--in the last couple of years, I've sort of forgotten what it means to keep up with a hairstyle. There is apparently a lot of finessing that goes into gracefully growing out one's hair. And in true Jen fashion, I am stumbling all over the place on that front right now.
I am even a hairstyle klutz, you guys.
But it looks like my stylist can fit me in next week, so I'll post some updated hair photos then.