A new-to-me show is Work of Art : The Next Great Artist on Bravo. I enjoy it, but I find Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn’s haircut to be distracting when it becomes time for the judges to arrive. Her haircut has nothing to do with the artists or the show. However, I feel that stylists can be artists of a different medium – hair.
Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn’s photo from the Work of Art site
I cannot help but decide it’s a mullet. Granted, not a full-blooded mullet but it’s a mullet’s cousin. Her ‘do is what makes me nervous about shag haircuts. Yet, I’ve mulled over Katy Perry’s past cut.
It does not look like a mullet, but it could if cut too short.
I cut my hair a few months ago. After over a year of growing it out, for The Mister and I’s wedding, I felt the thing to do was to cut it. Plus, it could be hard to manage. I told him, but when The Mister saw it he was surprised. I don’t think he realized how much I planned on cutting. Sadly, it couldn’t be used for Locks of Love because I color my hair.
Classy no? With my tongue out and taking it with my phone? My mother harassed me for a photo and this is what was created.
It may not look shocking to you but it was to me. I couldn’t get it into a ponytail. I had to wear pigtails. During my first morning shower after the cut, I audibly gasped while washing my hair. I’d forgotten I cut it. Of course, it has grown and now I’m able to be don a pony. Yet, I feel the need to grow it out. Then, I find a photo of Gennifer Goodwin in my hair files. Yes, my hair files.
Does the madness ever end?