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Haircut // Change



Hehe, I feel like such a model when I'm blinded by my camera's flash.

So as you can tell by the photos, I got my hair cut! And I absolutely love it (I was scared I wouldn't...). I was planning on going shorter - like between chin and shoulder length - but I had so much hair that it took my mom over an hour to cut it like it's shown above (there was hair EVERYWHERE - I got a good four inches cut off). I really really love it and the whole time I was waiting I couldn't help but get excited to show you guys. :)

This (sort of) brings me to the subject of change. Change is coming to Truly. Madly. Deeply. Positive, fulfilling change. I wish I could tell you more but you'll just have to wait. (Sowwy.)

Thank you so much for reading! Have a Merry Christmas (eve). :)
xx Nicole Rose


  1. Oh, so beautiful!!
    You are lovely, Nicole. And incredibly brave to cut so much hair. (I'd love to do the same but I'm a chicken)

  2. Thank you, girly. You're too sweet. <3
    If you think you'll rock the look, go for it. Don't be afraid. (It helps to remind yourself that you can grow it out again, if you don't end up liking it. :})

    xx Nicole Rose

  3. I love the haircut! :) it looks great on you! Merry Christmas!

  4. You look absolutely beautiful!!!!!!

    (And the blog design is coming along SO well. It is too fabulous for words!)


  5. OOOH! Loving the new haircut. Hope you have an amazing Christmas.

  6. It looks so cool! Haircuts are always nice.

    1. Also, do you happen to know what size I need to make my Blogger profile picture so it's not as pixelated? Thanks, Nicole! (:

  7. YOU RENAMED YOUR BLOG SELF KNOWN!!!! I like this name!

  8. Love your haircut! You are so pretty! :)

    -elly <3

  9. Love it! It's that time for change, isn't it? :)


  10. Anonymous28.12.14

    Oooh girly you are too gorgeous! It's so ironic, I recently published a post entitled "The Pros and Cons of Short Hair." Give it a read, and lemme know if you agree ;) Awesome cut, so lucky you can pull off anything! x

    Emily | Lynde Avenue


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