What I wore + Hair chat

Hi Cherubs!

GAP, Leaf print, cropped shirt, maternity style, fbloggers, hair change,

Brunette, hair color, hair inspiration, gap, cropped shirt, leaf print, maternity style, pregnancy blog, OOTD

Chloe, Chloe Milly bag, navy, gold details, designer bag, ootd, wiwt, maternity fashion, pregnancy blog

cropped shirt, baby bump, ootd, maternity style, pregnancy blog, Fbloggers, fashion, gap

Chloe Milly bag, designer bag, fbloggers, fashion, maternity style, pregnancy blog, ootd

If you follow me on Instagram and in particular my instastories you may have noticed I was having my hair colored at the salon last week which is a treat for me as I usually do it myself! But as I wanted something totally different I thought I'd leave it in the hands of the professionals. You're probably thinking that my hair doesn't look that different and I hear you! I had it in my non hairdresser head that I could book a balayage appointment and come out with beautiful brunette hair with gorgeous lighter tones running through. 

When I turned up to my appointment my hairdresser told me that I had booked the wrong appointment because balayage is just a highlighting service which she was more than prepared to do for me but I'd be left with my red hair and my horrendous roots. So in the end we decided to just dye my hair brown instead and she did warn me that the red with linger for a while which I already knew as I've been through this process before. So here I am with basically darker red hair. 

The next steps for my hair over the next few months will be to dye my hair brown again and have a partial balayage done and hopefully I will get the desired gorgeous locks I'm after. Red hair is such a pain in the bum to get rid of and I probably should have learnt my lesson from the numerous times before I've died my hair from brown to red and back again. The whole reason for my sudden change of color is I'm just bored, I've had red hair for around 9 years now and its time for a change. Also I should mention that red, especially vibrant red is a lot of work, I had to dye my hair every 4 weeks because it would fade out and my hair grows extremely fast and you would see my dark brown roots appear in no time at all. Having a natural brown balayage will save me so much time and effort especially as I have a little baby on the way. Watch this space and hopefully in the coming months I'll have a real hair transformation to share with you guys!

Shirt - Gap (old)
Culottes - Topshop
Bag - Chloe

Catch up on last weeks look here

Love Sarah


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