9 Signs You Sell brown fluffy hair for a Living
So I was just looking through my photos of hair on Instagram and I found a couple that I thought were pretty cool. I also found a couple of things that I thought were cool at the time. I decided to share them with you.
Yes, brown hair looks more natural and more healthy than some. It also looks more expensive than some. And it’s also just easier to care for.
Brown hair is one of the few “natural” hair colors that, while it can be done by an amateur, is extremely difficult for a pro. Not only does the hair have to be bleached, but it has to be bleached on a very specific schedule. The hair has to be bleached every 4 weeks, and it has to be bleached in the exact same spot in the exact same way every time.
When you’re done with the hair, you’re done. And it’s almost like you’re in the shower while you’re in the bath, where the hair is now completely clean and dry. It’s a totally different experience. It’s like being in the shower with your hair up.
I think the best way to describe it is that it feels like a second skin that you shed regularly. I imagine it’s like getting your hair cut, and then the skin has to fully absorb the hair, and the skin has to be completely healed before you can again get your hair out and have it chopped. Which makes me think that you have to do it to the exact same spot in the exact same way every time.
For the record, I am not one for shaving my hair short. I think it looks messy and gross. I’m just not into it. For me, it’s the process of getting rid of that hair after the skin has fully absorbed it.
This is a good point. After you have your hair shorn you have to be careful to shave it close and keep it that way. I get it. You’ve got a hairline and then you need to get it trimmed to a point where it doesn’t show through your clothes or skin. But I don’t like the idea of shaving it all off. I think it’s lazy.
I don’t think it’s lazy. I think its a process of self-care to be sure. And I think shaving that hair off is just wasteful. I get that it takes a bit of time, but I also think it’s a waste of time. Its not like I want a part of my body to be shorn. I just know I’d rather be clean shaven.
I think it is hard to justify shaving your head because it is not something we do to ourselves. But that doesnt mean its wrong to do it.
This is a point that’s often brought up in the blogosphere, and for good reason. We don’t know if we will be bald in the future, and we don’t want to leave ourselves open to the possibility that we may not be able to find a way to take care of ourselves if we do. In that case, shaving your head might be the only option we have. But there is an argument to be made for keeping the hair.