My hair is naturally straight and it's quite short. I've always wanted long hair and I had for some time in my life, but I found it too hard to maintain so I chopped it all off. Besides, I think I'm quite allergic to it because whenever I grow it, there comes a time when it touches my neck and I start getting rashes and trust me, they're not fun to have.
2. How has your hair changed over your lifetime?
I've had all sorts of haircuts. My mom's had my hair done at home, with the Flowbee, at the barbers, at the salon and everywhere else. I've had long, short, with bangs, without bangs, boycut, pixie cut, bob, layered, long etc and I'm glad to say that I think I look best when it's short. I look younger according to my mom and I think I believe her.
3. How do your normally wear your hair?
I don't comb my hair anymore. It's just down I guess. There's not really much you can do with such short hair, but that's okay with me. It's not like I look too sloppy. I do make sure that I at least look presentable, but I don't have much hair so why comb it right? I like it this way and I don't think I'll be doing any drastic changes, but I've always fantasized of styling my hair like Mandy Moore's short hair thingie, but I would need someone to do that for me and I don't have that.
4. If you could change your hair this minute, what would it look like?
I want to have long hair like my friend, Iza. She has got the best hair ever. It's straight too, but hers is just amazingly smooth and silky. It's so fun to touch and all that. I just love it. I also like Britney's hair before. It was always piecey and she still looked amazing every time. I just liked her long layered thing.
5. Ever had a hair disaster? What happened?
Oh yeah. I think I had my hair cut so short that I looked like a coconut husk. I swear, I look back on it and cringe, but it's all good. I was grade 2 when that happened so at least I can blame it on childhood mentality.