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What is the Best Hair Length for You?

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FrancescaDFlower
I currently have highlighted medium length hair. It is wavy and a little on the drier side due to a decade of highlighting. My hair is currently thick as well after years of caring for it. I used to have stringy, thin and damaged hair. So I’ve had different hairstyles throughout the years. After graduating college, I began my “big girl” job search. I studied pre-law and got hired at a mid-size law firm that is pretty well known in the area. This was a conservative law firm and noticed the women had shorter hair. I wanted to look the part so I decided to dye my hair back to my natural hair color and chipped it all off. That was in 2018. As you can see, the year prior that hair style, I had long and highlighted hair. This has always been my preferred look. I love having long hair because it makes me feel feminine and having highlights makes me feel like a bronzed goddess (lol). The lighter hair contrast well with my olive skin tone. As you can tell, I am back to my highlighted hair. I went back about a year later after cutting and dying it brown. Having short and brown hair just “isn’t me”. My current hair is medium length. I am still trying to grow it longer, but with regular trim, it just doesn’t seem possible. Regular trim keeps my hair thick and prevents damage. My current employer (still working at a law firm) doesn’t seem to mind my highlighted hair. I feel grateful that I didn’t have to “conform” ha. So what is the best hair length for you? I say the best hair length is the one that YOU prefer and you feel best in. Granted, with my profession, the long bob with my natural hair color is probably the best option, but I don’t feel best in it. So I wear my hair how I prefer it and you should too. What is your preferred hair length? Francesca 💋 #CheriePartner
Jul. 29
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afrooI really like your haircut in 2018, so cute!😆😆😆
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