Accessories are fun, but they are easier to buy after you do your big chop because then you can get to try them on with your TWA and see what fits you best.
Do not be afraid to think outside of the box with your accessories; cute bows, flowers and earrings all help to complete your look and can be tons of fun.
So too are hats, head bands and scarves. Check your closet for accessories you hardly wear and try them on again. You would be surprised what you discover.
The life of a big chopper today is much easier than the life of a big chopper back in 2008. You can get inspired by other big choppers on social media, checking out their style as you find your own.
Inspirational pictures help before you chop, during your chop and they darn sure help after you chop. Hop on Pinterest and see what the other ladies are doing, you will not be disappointed.
That sounds cheesy and something everyone says but there is a reason everyone says that. When you cut your hair, you have to be ready for what you will see in the mirror. I do not know about you but before I chopped I never ever had short hair, much less a TWA.
How you look is closely tied to your confidence but it doesn’t have to be. As we mature we learn so much about our self that who we are on the inside becomes just as, if not more important than how we look. Making confidence a priority before your big chop can help you to get through it, by allowing you to feel beautiful because of who you are and not what you look like.
Are you about to big chop? How are you preparing for it.?
Originally posted 2015-04-14 15:00:38.