30 July 2008

Even nothing has a catch

So after over thirty years, I'm finally starting to get the hang of how to handle my wavy/curly/frizzy hair.

Naturally the greys coming in are of a completely different texture and quality.

3 years ago on TTaT: What's on now


  1. Thank goodness Marie Brandon was around to show me that beauty trick in seventh grade, otherwise I'm sure I'd still be frying and blow-drying (though hopefully I would have abandoned the really tall bangs of my own accord by now).

    Maybe I can Google her and find out what she recommends for grays....

  2. If she can help with my incoming grays, I'm all for it! :) The slim streak of gray I've had since 16 behaves, but the ones just appearing now, not so much.

    It pains me to think of the middle and high school years when I blew dry my hair every day into an unbecoming straightish frizz. Talk about working against the curl! Course my mom wouldn't have let me out during most of the academic year with wet hair anyway, and I wouldn't have dreamed of not washing it every day.

    At least I had no patience for (or much knowledge of) curling irons, so I never really had the tall curled & sprayed bangs so popular in my youth. That's something. ;)