During my teenage years around the mid to late 70’s I was told to feather my hair since it was the style of the time.
However as time passed into my college years, dying my hair blond became the norm and soon after college with a good job, twice a month I paid over $100.00 a visit usually twice a month or more for coloring or styling
Some time later, I started wearing eyelashes during the mid 80’s and fell in love with an entire cosmetic line that wasn’t cheap. I followed the trend of many women and my girlfriends who purchased silicone breast implants.
After marriage and during my childbearing, mothering and parenting years which passed so quick. The last child left the nest and health issues developed from years of high heel shoes, using the wrong size bras, using too much makeup. The proverbial irony was the discovery of a lump that was removed, along with the silicone orbs I purchased years ago.
The last child left the nest and health issues developed from years of high heel shoes, using the wrong size bras, and using too much makeup. The proverbial irony was a lump discovered and removed, along with the silicone orbs I purchased years ago. No, cancer just an awakening.
Now, I sport a short haircut, I wear no heels, and the only makeup is moisturizer and lip balm, with a sensible bra for comfort if I wear one at all.
I’m a baby boomer now, and I live a happy life just like before my teenage years, I call “The original days of my life.” 🙂
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