seasonal crop

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Summer CropSummer is coming. It might be unseasonably hot (for the UK). Climate change. Meanwhile, Minneapolis has hair-static overload. Together these natural forces make shorter hair an attractive option. Like well sown fields, I’ve got a fresh crop.  It’s got a swirly bit at my crown. Crown, how very British.

No hair dye. At 50yrs those are my natural silver streaks. Looks like I’ll have to wait at least another decade for the ‘arctic blonde’ look.

seasonal crop
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  1. Sarah writes:

    The swirly bit has a wiki-official name. And your’s correctly predicts your left handedness…

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hair_whorl

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  2. wendy writes:

    Interesting! I actually have a double- whorl on my crown, 2 very close together, it gives the hairdresser a difficult job… and when my hair is this short it helps increase the likelihood that some of it will stand straight upwards in the morning

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  3. wendy writes:

    Mumsie’s reaction, opening the door to see me, was “Ooooo!Like the new haircut”. Excellent result. I’ve realised that she has always liked me with a short crop, closely followed by the Bob.

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