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Guest Sarah Faith

Got my hair styled, and my brows shaped.

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Guest Sarah Faith

Finally had my stylist appointment today, to get my hair put into a style other then bushy and wild.. I'm really happy with how it turned out! My brows look soooo much better now and really help set my appearance I think. Waxing was painful but not too bad, laser was worse for me. Anyways I said I'd share pics so here they are! :)

New Hair style!

New Hair Style! 2

A really big improvement from my point of view. :D
Sarah

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Guest Bellexia

Very pretty ^_^ I mean wow, that looks good :)

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Guest Kaylee234

You are looking so good, Sarah!

I've been wanting to get my eyebrows done professionally. I've been tweezing them about once a week, but I'd be so much happier to have them shaped by someone who knows what they are doing ;)

Probably will get my hair styled some day soon, too. I definitely need to find a stylist I like.

~ Kay

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Guest Zeda

Wow, you look wonderful!

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Guest Lizzie McTrucker

You look fantastic! I looooove that 2nd picture. You're so pretty! :)

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Charlize

Goodness beauty and brains together and through in a compassionate heart! Pretty yes, for sure.

Hugs,

Charlie

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Carolyn Marie

Wow! Just, Wow!

:thumbsup:

HUGS

Carolyn Marie

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Guest nomnomnom

Wow, looking amazing. Congrats. A haircut really does make a huge difference.

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Guest RockmtalQueen

Wow Sarah, lookin' good :D

/hugs

Lexi ^^

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Guest Tamar

Looking awesome Sarah.

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Guest Sarah Faith

Thanks a bunch everyone, My hair is also wayyy more manageable now then it was before so that makes me super happy. She layered it for me and it ended up looking just like I wanted it!

Aww thanks Charlie! That's really sweet. :)

Kaylee, Yeah Ive been thinking about getting something to tweeze them my self but I wanted to get it professionally done so I'd have some guide lines to work with.. Though I have to admit wax is alot faster and I just sat back and let her do her thing. Almost relaxing if it wasn't for the jolts of pain! :) I would recommend it though i'm super happy with the results!

Sarah

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Guest kimberly c

Very pretty Sarah :thumbsup:

Love Kim

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Guest otter-girl

You look great. Style really suits.

Rachel

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Wow! Like button here! Hug. JodyAnn

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Guest LauraJen

I saw this in your gallery first so left a comment there. But just to iterate, you look absolutely fantastic, in that second picture especially.

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Guest

Ooooooooohhhhhhhhh.

Lookin' good Girl! :friends:

Huggs, :wub:

Joann

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Guest Sarah Faith

I saw this in your gallery first so left a comment there. But just to iterate, you look absolutely fantastic, in that second picture especially.

Yeah, lighting is a real problem down here in my areas of the house and my cellphone likes to do weird things with odd lighting.. like one time I had a picture where it looked like I had a black eye or something! lol!

Anyways, thanks everyone I am really happy with the results of seeing a stylist. All I told her was I was thinking of having it layered didn't really give her more detais beyond that and it turned out exactly like I wanted! :)

Hugs,

Sarah

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Guest LizMarie

Very nice, Sarah! That cut looks good on you!

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mara13

Sara, I SOOOO envy you, but I must give credit where credit is due. You look absolutely smashing!

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KathrynJulia

Very nice Sarah:

My hat is off to your stylist. I wonder if her twin is a stylist in Missouri? I can hope, can't I? Grins Kathryn

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Guest Sarah Faith

Thanks all! :) Just happy to have something thats a bit more manageable, Im really liking that the wind can blow it around and it still looks pretty good.. Before if the wind hit my hair Id have to brush it or I'd look awful! lol

Im not sure that she has a twin Kathryn, but Im sure there is someone in your area that would be really good! ;)

Hugs,

Sarah

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Guest sophia.gentry58

Like I said on several occasions Sarah, simply and absolutely gorgeous!!!

Sophia

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Guest Sarah Faith

Thanks Sophia! Though I have since washed it of course, and didn't feel much like taking a flat iron to it for anything but a special occasion it has some of its waviness back, though still looks pretty good. :)

Sarah

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Guest nescria

Wow you look amazing, i must admit im a little jealous my self, i cant wait to have hair i can style.

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Guest Sarah Faith

Wow you look amazing, i must admit im a little jealous my self, i cant wait to have hair i can style.

Aw, thanks! :) Well aside from getting a human hair wig in the mean time, and I know it varies from person to person, but it only took me about a year or so to grow my hair out long enough to style I think. The last time I had cut it before hand was Maybe november 2011, and my hair was to my shoulders at least by then, now its down to around my shoulder blades in the back and Ive been growing it out for about a year and a half now. Anyways it doesn't take a super long time, and there are some cute things you can do with shorter hair when you start growing it out. :)

Hugs,

Sarah

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