Day 30 of 30 styles in 30 days: shit hair

How are you doing?
I can’t believe it’s day 30 and this project is almost dunzo.
Ros and I just wanted to say a MASSIVE thank you to *cue stirring Oscar music* : Ruth, Simon, Gillian, Chloe, Debs, Ingrid, Jody, Heidi, Greg, Claudia, Jon, Kat, Hedley, Jojo, Nina, Caz, Alison, Penny and all the January’s, Gary, Greig, Chris, Gabs, Sandie, Tom, Jezza, Angie, Lucy, Martyn, Jack, Dan, Miranda, the other Rowan, Elizabeth, Rachael and the many more including E. Bacon who donated anonymously to such a great cause. Thanks to your unbelievable generosity we’ve exceeded our target. Your comments, suggestions and not so gentle mocking have made this project worthwhile
You are all wondrous souls and I hope 2014 showers you in kittens and chocolate. Or chocolate covered kittens if that’s your ‘thing’, here at 30 days, 30 styles we’re are all about the not judging.
What hair style are you failing at trying today?
Shit hair
If this hair had a personality it would be…
Mine. This is what my hair normally looks like people, it ain’t pretty.
What do I need?

  1. Take photo of your hair
  2. Post on blog
  3. Await mocking commentary.

How long did it take?
No time at all. See above.
How easy it? Could Rowan do it?
Yes, this is what I do normally to my hair aka sweet FA.
Evidence please…
Photo on 02-01-2014 at 23.02
Today’s post is poor even by your famously low standards
Sue me Other Me!
Why don’t you fill some time, by listing your favourite looks?
I will Other Me. Here are my top five hair goddess moments:

  1. The Hairbow
  2. Veronica Lake wavesPicMonkey Collage2.jpg
  3. Chignon
    PicMonkey Collage
  4. Angry Dinosaur hairPicMonkey Collage.jpg
  5. Fishtail plait
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Top five hair fails, GO! 
I can only pick five, hmmm no fair. Well if you insist…

  1. The French twist
    PicMonkey Collage
  2. Summer Scarf updo
    PicMonkey Collage
  3. The Boho braid
  4. Side fringe
    PicMonkey Collage
  5. Christmas hair
Why are you doing this again? 
To raise money for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice a fantastic organisation who helped out our friend and many others in the community.
These blogs have also been a way to keep Lianne’s memory alive. I don’t know what happens after you die but I believe as long as you are remembered, as long as your presence continues to touch and inspire others the ripples never quite fading from view then a part of you remains.
And for all you waiting for the pictures of me and Ros getting the big chop, stay tuned for a very special post on Saturday. And if you haven’t had a chance to donate yet, you can here: