To say that I can’t stick with the same hair color or style is a vast understatement. With summer and a wedding coming on quick, I’ve transitioned my hair color to blonde and am working on growing it back out.

Since I’ve never had long blonde hair, I’m excited for the change. Though anyone who has ever tried to grow their hair out knows the pain I’m going through!

My mom and Joey are going to be in town this weekend for a little wedding-planning action. I can’t wait to stay put and lounge around in yoga pants for the next 48 straight hours. It helps me feel more decisive that way.

Have a happy weekend, all!

Madison

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Tagged with →  
Share →
  • http://keepitsweet.wordpress.com Lauren at KeepItSweet

    Love that you can pull off such a range of colors! Have a great weekend:-)

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02940090941869112363 Romance In A Glance

    Wow! They all look great! I tried to grow mine out too…thankfully it got to where I wanted it!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/11693566894522334908 TamboinMO

    Good luck with growing out the hair….I've done it a few times and always end up short again. You are just plain adorable now matter the length or color of your hair!

  • http://helennaturally.wordpress.com/ helennaturally

    Your hair looks great no matter the color or length…I have to ask – what shampoo/conditioner do you use. I have fine hair, your volume makes me envious!

    Yes, growing hair out can be a pain but totally worth it. I was short for years, then I decided to grow it out on a dare (yes, I had a friend dare me to go a year without a cut, only trims) I loved it. Then the unthinkable happened. I won a gift certificate at work for a local shop, went in for a trim, by the time I went to my stylist to have it straightened I went from mid back to tops of shoulders :( Lesson learned – stick wtih stylist!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04868803374816297320 Alexis Baker, Class of 2011

    Miss Madison, can you please share your wisdom and creating that amazing bun in the bottom right-hand corner? I'm a lover of big buns, but haven't ever been able to pull one off quite like yours. Help please!

  • http://www.savingdessert.com Tricia @ Saving room for dessert

    Your hair looks great in all the photos. I can't help but notice, however, that you wear the same green jacket everyday at the office – over a long period of time. Ha – ha just kidding. I keep a sweater at the office for when it gets cold. Be sure to take your vitamins it will help the hair grow faster. Hope you had a good weekend.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/17728289485178979972 Madison Mayberry

    Alexis -

    First off, I love your name! It's always been at the top of my hypothetical baby name list. :)

    Secondly, as for the bun, since I don't have super thick hair and it wasn't all that long at the time, I found what works for me is:
    *pull hair in to a high ponytail and secure with an elastic
    *Slightly back-comb your ponytail so it looks a bit ratty and big
    *Twist in a counter-clockwise direction and secure with bobby pins.

    Hope that helps! :)