Ginni here,

I work with Beth and Liz and asked them a long time ago if I could write a guest post and here I am at the end – finally getting around to it.  I think I have had almost every haircut between pixie and bob and I really love changing my hair, so I thought it would be fun to do a little post about all the haircuts I’ve had in the last 30 years.

My motto of haircuts has pretty much always been “it’ll grow back”!   When I was in grade school I was always jealous of my friends with long braids – but not jealous or patient enough to grow it out.  Here are some examples of grade school do’s.



I’m pretty sure my mom picked the kindergarten mullet.  Although that is a pretty cute mullet, if I do say so myself.


Here’s a senior picture then the pixie cut I got right before I left for college.

Shortly after starting college,  I started cutting my own hair. Mostly because I was cheap, but then I decided I could cut my hair exactly how I wanted it without having to explain it someone else.  

This cut is my go-to self do.In the last 15 years I’ve probably been to a salon about 10 times.  Even when I go, I usually fix it when I get home.  


Here are my attempts at growing it out a few years ago.  I had to get bangs and then dye it in order to keep from cutting it all off.

After growing it out, I chopped off 9 inches.  Since then it has been various stages of short to bob, in various colors and accessories – even feathers for about a year.


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Most recently my friends Amy and Casey and I got our haircut in Iceland!


They have to go to school for 4 years in order to cut hair there.  So if you ever go, get your haircut.  It’s an order.  I still haven’t touched my hair with a pair of scissors in over a month – which is a sign that it was an excellent haircut. 

But since it’s been over a month – I’m ready for something new.  Silver/purple-ish? Dark again?  hmmm.