Split Ends

As a Mary-Kate and Ashley obsessed freak in elementary school, I tried to emulate the twins and their television personas as closely as possible. When it was declared that split ends were gross in Passport to Paris, I immediately checked my hair for breakage and insisted on getting a new haircut.

I also tried to convince my parents that I needed to go on a spring break trip to Paris to find a cute French boy. I only made it as far as Florida.

Haircut 2I was reaching my six-week due date when I was asked to participate in a campaign with Hair Cuttery. I hadn’t been to a Hair Cuttery in years as I regularly see a stylist at another salon, but I was more than pleased with my experience.

Hair Cuttery 4The salon is open late, which made it easy for me to go on a weeknight at a time that was convenient. The assistant salon leader, Kimberly, cut my hair and was extremely knowledgeable about the products.

Hair Cuttery 6I selected the style express package–it included a shampoo, chemical treatment, cut, and blow-dry. I only had a few inches taken off, but I love my new angles and feel so much more confident now that I’m free of split ends.

I also love the volume that she gave me–when I try to blow dry my hair straight myself, it ends up looking like I walked through a wind tunnel.

Haircut 3 With their extensive list of services offering everything from styling to waxing, I’ll definitely be returning to Hair Cuttery.

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{CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.}

To enter for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Hair Cuttery, leave a comment telling me about your craziest haircut and like Jimmy Choos on the Treadmill on Facebook. For additional entries, follow me on Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest (leave a comment for each telling me that you did so).

Contest ends on February 22, 2013 at 11:00am.

Disclaimer: I participated in this sponsored campaign for One2One Network. I received a Hair Cuttery gift card and monetary compensation, but all opinions stated are my own.

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25 Responses to Split Ends

  1. Jill says:

    I don’t really have any crazy stories with hair cuts but I always have bad luck getting my hair colored. I already like you on Facebook.

  2. Jill says:

    I follow you on Instagram

  3. Jill says:

    I follow you on Pinterest.

  4. Kelly D says:

    My craziest cut is when I got it cut super short, since I always have my hair around shoulder-length. I like your FB page (kelly D Saver)

  5. Kelly D says:

    I follow you on Instagram(Kellywcu)

  6. Kelly D says:

    I follow you on twitter(kellydpa)

  7. Kelly D says:

    I follow you on pinterest(Kelly Saver)

  8. Rachel says:

    curly hair and layers. just makes a big pouf. baaad haircut. love your blog and i like you on fb!

  9. Rachel says:

    I also follow you on twitter!

  10. Sydney says:

    I found your post through the Hair Cuttery Facebook page. I also participated in this and got my own hair cut, but I enjoyed your review – it’s nice when we can get salon worthy hair cuts for a third of the price! Cheers!

  11. I went red for a while about a year and a half ago, and would get my hair re-dyed at Aveda Salon’s school every 8 weeks because it’s cheap as can be and typically they do a great job. (After all, the students go on to work in a renowned salon that costs an arm and a leg.) Unfortunately my student-stylist was exhausted one day when I went to get my hair re-dyed. She fell asleep on her break, and left the dye on my hair for an extra 15 minutes. When my scalp started to burn, I immediately went to a supervisor and asked to be rinsed… But not soon enough. My hair turned out FUSHIA. Thank goodness I like bright color so I didn’t really mind, and red dye fades rather quickly. Otherwise we would have had a catastrophe on our hands.

    (I follow you on facebook, and love reading your posts. They’re my simple pleasure while I drink my coffee. So proud of you!)

  12. Natalie says:

    I don’t think I ever had a really bad haircut, but I definitely had a lot of bad hair days around 6th grade when I didn’t know how to style my poofball hair…

  13. Natalie says:

    I already like you on FB!!!!

  14. Natalie says:

    I already follow on Instagram

  15. Natalie says:

    And I follow your twitter

  16. Ali says:

    My craziest hair cut was sophomore year when I said bye-bye to long hair and got the short back, long front style! Can’t believe my hair was cut off by the pony tail!!

  17. Ali says:

    I already follow you on Instagram

  18. Ali says:

    I follow you on Twitter

  19. Ali says:

    I follow you on Pinterest

  20. Sarah says:

    Never had a crazy haircut. I Liked you on Facebook, thanks for the chance to win!

  21. Sarah says:

    Twitter follower as @sarebstare

  22. Sarah says:

    Pinterest follower as pinterest.com/sarebstare

  23. Raquel Maynes says:

    I go to Spa in the Valley and have never had a bad haircut! But I follow you on twitter, facebook and instagram. And you’re at my apartment three times a week.

  24. Amy Kelly says:

    Once when I was younger I decided I could rock a bowl cut…NOT cute. I still get made fun of today. Oh, and when I got said bowl cut done, the lady who was cutting my hair accidentally snipped my ear! Ow. It scarred me for life. I followed you on FB, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest!

    http://www.eastcoastclad.com

  25. Adela says:

    All my worst haircuts have been due to the fact of people not understanding my hair which is very course, thick and frizzy!! The worst though was when i got a perm that was supposed to just add shape and instead added frizz and destroyed my hair!! At the moment I am in the process of growing it all out again and have to get it cut often to get rid of the dead pieces. I even have pieces at the top of my head the have totally broken off. Yep lesson learned!! I did find a great girl at my local HC , Krista and she is helping me.

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