{play like a girl}

Have long, side-swept bangs, but have always wanted full and playful short-cut ones, despite Andrew, my hairstylist's sweet assurances that my heart-shaped face and delicate forehead may not be suitable for a full fringe, and since he looks like David Beckham and is never wrong when it comes to my hair, have agreed to admire the look from afar . . .

{stunning French girl via the fun and stylish play like a girl}

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Blogger Jessie Cacciola said...

aw, I love this look, but i'm sure you look plenty glamorous the way you are. :) P.S. love those shoes, too. you have such great taste!

July 10, 2008  
Blogger karina said...

French girls are so chic!
I have read books and books about french woman but can not achieve that style!

July 10, 2008  
Blogger Easy and Elegant Life said...

I go through the same thing about once a season... I like my hair short on the sides and back, parted, probably too old-fashioned looking. The rest of my little world likes me with longer hair. I figure since they've got to look at me more than I look at my reflection.... well it's been three months since my last haircut.... summer, huh?

Whatever you decide, I bet the world at large will chime in with one big "She is glamourous."

July 10, 2008  
Blogger la la Lovely said...

I just hate it too when I bring in a picture and want the exact cut and am told it might not be good for my face shape. I know part of the delusion on my part is thinking I'll magically be transformed into the girl in picture with just a hair cut...wouldn't that be great?
Great photos, as always!

July 10, 2008  
Blogger franki durbin said...

let's hear more about this hair stylist of yours, shall we? ;)

July 10, 2008  
Blogger Dulcette. said...

My hair has been that style since I was 10! I have tried to change it, but nothing else works... {-_-}

Lovely shoes!


July 11, 2008  
Blogger All Things Bright and Beautiful... said...

Glamorous - you nutter you!! You make me laugh! Tell me - what constitutes a "delicate forehead" ?! :-)

Anyway,- having seen your lovely forehead, smile and chin - but not - your (I'm sure) twinkly eyes- I think you'd look fab with a fringe :-)

July 11, 2008  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

Jessie & Easy – have I told you lately how much I love it when you stop by? :)

Franki – LOL – a girl after my own heart -- love the way you think!

July 11, 2008  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

Felicity – always forget that Aussies and Brits use the same terms – “nutter” and “chuffed” – also so very British :)

As for a “delicate forehead”, you’ll have to ask Andrew, but think he meant the opposite of “strong” and “prominent”. As for the fringe, think I’m more a full volume, tousled hair girl, as opposed to sleek and straight.

July 11, 2008  
Blogger driftwood shack said...

Why is it only French girls can do that facial expression? My man would be putty in my hands if my eyes could go all melty like that!

July 11, 2008  
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July 11, 2008  
Blogger Bonbon Oiseau said...

hmmm...i suppose i'd listen to my hairstylist if he looked like david beckham too...Love the shoes (with the haircut)!

July 13, 2008  

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