This week's true confession, is actually from this week. I got good hair ya'll. Shocking, I know!

So Saturday afternoon I got my hair did. Colored, highlighted, cut, blown out and straightened. And it looked good! Sunday morning I got up and ran the flat iron over the top layer and headed out to "the farm". Monday I checked my hair out, and damn it still looked good! So I whipped out that flat iron and straightened the front again. Tuesday, ditto. This morning, well hell, the hair was a bit flatter than it had been before, but still not looking greasy, so I got one more day from the same "do". I know you are thinking, skank! No way her hair still looked good, but check my birthday comments, Drama said " Your hair looks great! " and this afternoon was the first time she's seen me since last week! Now I admit 4 nights is extreme, but I often go 2, sometimes even 3, without washing my hair. One of the few joys of getting older is that the greasy wash it EVERY DAY hair is gone! So that's my confession, I don't wash my hair everyday day. And before you ask, yes I still shower, I'm not that nasty!

So anyone feel like confessing? Leave me a comment with your confession or a link to where you've decided to come clean in your own blog.


I don't wash my hair but once every four days or so, it's so dry and FALLS OUT so much from the Topamax that I dare not wash it more than that!

May 29, 2008 at 8:47 AM  

I cannot imagine 4 days--lucky you.

True Confession--I was a public service announcement against drinking last night.

May 29, 2008 at 10:50 AM  

First off: anyone specialist will tell not to wash your hair everyday.

And I totally did the same thing as you last week...and it makes me respect you more for hearing it.

May 29, 2008 at 5:35 PM  

I have not washed my hair daily in at least 8 years, maybe longer and it ALWAYS looks better the next day. Always.

But, the true confession is, if you are that 3rd day and it looks a bit "shiny" take a small amount of baby powder and run it through. ALL GONE. Your welcome.

May 30, 2008 at 6:43 AM  

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