How Much Should I Pay To Fix My Hair Mistake?
Megan Reynolds

Over the past year, I’ve gotten really into taking care of my hair. I woke up one day and decided I didn’t want to be an adult with terrible hair- I didn’t want it to be unhealthy, a length or color I didn’t like, and I didn’t want a style I didn’t love. It felt a little shallow to admit that to myself but it’s *not* just hair. You wear it every single day and every single second of your life (hopefully?!) a bad hair day is like wearing a too small, faded dress that is filled with holes and a bad dye job/haircut is like wearing that dress everyday. If it’s bothering you a ton, let the professional fix it. If it’s tolerable, wait it out and maybe style it differently (pulled back?) so that it doesn’t feel so stark? It doesn’t look bad at all to me but what matters more is how you feel about it.