well, it's not all one length, but that's the goal.
the last cut i had was the worst. i asked for a short bob, and he put this very short layer on the top that i couldn't do anything with, i suppose the intent was to add volume. it just made it look stupid though.
So, after about 4 months or so of growth the top layer is about to my ears. the bottom layers were scraggling down to about collar length and that is what I got trimmed to chin length and yes, it seems alot thicker.
I have long bangs and they start at about the crown of my head and i dry it forward, (yes with a blow dryer, i know, bad) then sort of sweep them off to either side, parted more or less on the right. they are just long enough to be tucked behind my ears.
my face shape is sort of oblong i suppose, maybe what they call square or rectangle, i don't know. i guess i have a thin narrow face, so i like a style that is sort of rounded and full.
another thing that i noticed i like with my hair is to cut the bangs so that they angle away from my face. as in they are shorter by my nose and taper to longer as they reach my ears. then taper back to the rest of my hair, rather than having the hair in the back taper forward as is the style these days for shorter cuts i guess. I've noticed layers in my hair just are 1) hard to tame and 2) tend to look thin and whispy. So i was really happy when this lady did not insist on layers. and i think she must have had other clients with the same issue because she understood my objection to it.
bad news again with the shedding, it's seems to have increased again by a little. call me crazy, but i think when i adhere to the low sugar/carb diet , and eat more whole foods centered around protien and veggies and fruit, the hair loss seems to lessen. I'll have to re-experiment. i'm just so bad at sticking with it, and equally bad at avoiding sugar.
well my next thing to try will likely be iodine suppliments. supposed to help thyroid produce more hormones naturally. a new and controversial treatment, but my NP is into it and gave me good resources to review.
well, hope that is helpful gina,