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A change of heart....
21-04-2006, 07:59 PM
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A change of heart....

I've had a change of heart. After watching Carol Vordeman presenting Countdown this afternoon and her lovely figure and hair I will let mine grow. My hair not my figure. My figure is still in my control but I didnt' think that my hair was. I have had it short for a few years now in preparation for administration into the the blue rinse brigade. BUT NO!!! I am only 41 I can still have long flowing auburn locks (with help).

Yes...this is my change of heart.

Come on comrades, is there something you have just accepted is age and have given up....change your heart and join me.

WE ARE YOUNG AND WE are able!:thumbsup:
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21-04-2006, 08:14 PM
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Yeah, do the hair thing by all means Cat, as long as you don't copy her dress sense. She's got a nice figure but her clothes :w00t:
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21-04-2006, 09:33 PM
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Ooh Cat - I started growing mine when I was 40 - I wanted to do the longhair thing again before it became too expensive to keep it coloured :cry:

I got it chopped after 5 years when got my convertible and I kept forgetting to take something to tie it up. Not a good look :ohmy:

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22-04-2006, 07:39 AM
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All through my thirtys I had short hair but when I hit 40 I grew it again. Quite like the length now except when I am out in gale force winds
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22-04-2006, 08:51 AM
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funny you should put this up Cat.

i'm off to the hairdressers in about half an hour for a cut and colouring (to cover up the greys these days ... not for fun like in the old days!)

I have spent the last three years at least growing my hair all the same length to try to stop it frizzing out so much, with the theory that the weight of the hair will drag it down and stop it cork screwing.

At the moment I look like Diana Ross with her finger in a plug socket so I am going to ask the hairdresser to .... gulp .... layer it again, but I will keep the length (it just reaches my shoulders and i can tie it up in warm weather). So here's fingers crossed!

... i only came online to visit Delia's site for tips on how to season a frying pan ...
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22-04-2006, 10:45 AM
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Cat Wrote:I've had a change of heart. After watching Carol Vordeman presenting Countdown this afternoon and her lovely figure and hair I will let mine grow. My hair not my figure. My figure is still in my control but I didnt' think that my hair was. I have had it short for a few years now in preparation for administration into the the blue rinse brigade. BUT NO!!! I am only 41 I can still have long flowing auburn locks (with help).

Yes...this is my change of heart.

Come on comrades, is there something you have just accepted is age and have given up....change your heart and join me.

WE ARE YOUNG AND WE are able!:thumbsup:

Are you going to keep it one length, or have it layered?

I have always kept my hair long-ish (except in the 80s when I had the prerequeisite brushed out perm), but as I got older I found that it dragged my face down.

A great alternative was to have it layered, especially around the face, thus retaining the youthful length, but complementing a maturing face.

I work with a woman who is 43 and has had the same hairstyle all her life. It's very long and straight, with a centre parting and no fringe. From behind she is ageless, but from the front, sadly, she is not.

I think the trick is recognising that we are not 25 any more and never shall be again, then to adjust our appearance accordingly (but not necessarily our behaviour).
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22-04-2006, 11:57 AM
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Quote:hus retaining the youthful length, but complementing a maturing face.

.......:shutup:.........

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22-04-2006, 12:51 PM
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Something to say, Mrs Convertible Two Bottles? :glare:
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22-04-2006, 01:14 PM
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No, Mrs Riding-through-the-glan :sleep:

(Did you miss the 's' off, deliberate like?)

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22-04-2006, 01:22 PM
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Fee For All Wrote:No, Mrs Riding-through-the-glan :sleep:

(Did you miss the 's' off, deliberate like?)
Wasn't it a 't' she missed off?:bag:
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