My hair story

This is my „Hair Journey” from childhood until now! It’s not ended yet but I hope it’s gonna be a little bit easier in the future.  Today I know more methods to help dry and damaged hair.

As a child, I had fair and thin hair. I often had a „pixie haircut”, because my mom believed that cutting hair often makes it strong.

Primary school was a time when comfort was a priority. Girls don’t care about their hair at all (or silly things like wearing something more stylish than boys’ jumper;) ).


When I was a teenager I didn’t like my straight hair. I started to use hot curlers and… hair crimper! Believe me, quality of that appliance was very poor. I had also wanted some highlights so I bought a cheap bleach and asked a friend for help. It wasn’t the best decision;) Later I decided to try…homemade perm. I liked it in the beginning, but later I realised that my hair was ruined!

Before I started my studies I had dyed my hair red. It looked OK, but I didn’t really feel myself:)


Later I decided to come back to blond, and it was very difficult. First I had to remove the red colour and dye it again. I think that was the moment when I used a bleach for the last time. Of course, hair was more damaged after all these crazy treatments.


I gave my hair a chance to grow and I have been trying to follow those haircare tips:   CLICK 

At the moment it’s shorter because I wanted to get rid of my bleached ends, but I keep growing!

I will describe my routine more precisely soon.

That would be amazing to read your hair stories and maybe publish them on my blog if you feel comfortable with it. Don’t hesitate to send it to me. (kat.walk.net@gmail.com), I’m looking forward to seeing your changes:)

32 thoughts on “My hair story

  1. Lisa Backsnbumps says:

    I have hair just like yours. It was always short and almost a boys cut when I was younger . It’s fine and often lifeless. This year one of my resolutions is to try and take care of and grow my hair.

    • Kat says:

      I understand that very well! I try to grow my natural hair now, but I don’t really like colour of my roots, lol:D Black is really hard to remove, but it’s possible. Just be patient:)

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  2. Anosa says:

    I think the red hair really suited you, I love your hair now though. I recently had mine done blonde as I let the roots grow out so much it looked like a dip dye but the woman I had it done with clearly isn’t very experienced and I now have ginger hair with blonde tips, fumming!

    • Kat says:

      I had ginger hair after my colour removing! And I didn’t feel good very good with it . If you are not happy with the rervice you received you should claim for compensation;)

  3. Natalia says:

    that’s an interesting story. Mine is very similar, too many transitions although I’ve been with the same one for a while now. I love how your latest style look, and would love to see your hair routine! 🙂 x

  4. Talya says:

    I’ve also had a bit of a rollercoaster hair story – I loved to experiment with my hair and even had braids at one point! But I love my long bob now and think it’s a keeper.

  5. Sushmita says:

    This is Ironic. I had long hair. So long that they came till my knees and needed a lot of maintenance and hence chopped them off.
    Love your story I am definitely sharing this with my cousin who has short hair and wants to grow them. Thanks for sharing.

  6. Evelina says:

    I just like you went from red to blonde and had to cut my hair short due to damage. Since then I was always trying to grow my hair back. Last year I finally reached the length I am happy with.

  7. alice in wonderland says:

    thanks for sharing your story.
    Why at the first picture you didn’t show your face ?
    I can’t wait for the next story! 🙂

  8. Monika says:

    Great hair story ! Right now I am “working” on my hair as well. They tend to be very tired in the winter….Cold air, dry air, hats – it’s never helping… I wait for your post about your hair routine ! Kisses !

    • Kat says:

      It’s true winter in not kind to our hair. At the moment I try to grow natural hair, but in the winter my roots are sooo visible:D

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