the short hair in all its glory

This is the first time I’ve worn this dress on the blog without anything over it, so now its true glory is finally revealed.  I just love all the little details on it like the tie and the three buttons at the waist and the pleating on the skirt!  Also it goes really well with my cane.

[One image of a young woman (me) with medium length purple-and-blue hair.  I am holding a metallic, pink cane in my left hand.  I am wearing a short sleeved dress that goes to the middle of my calves; the background of the dress is navy blue, with loads of pink flowers printed on it.  I have on very pale pink socks that are scrunched down around my ankles and black mary jane shoes.  I am wearing lipstick that is such a dark purple that it almost looks black.  As always, I have on my rectangular black glasses.]

prompt: James is a popular, well established instagram model and Q is an up an coming instagrammer who seems to be taking James’ spotlight – anon

Short but sweet, hope you enjoy. Jen.

The boy started cropping up wherever Bond turned, or so it seemed.

Bond was the perfect blond hair, blue eyed, tanned muscular and ruggedly attractive type that appealed to women and men alike as a gorgeous specimen of mankind in all its glory. He was adored.

The new boy was his antithesis. ‘Q’, as he was known, embodied the recent fashion developments towards androgyny; whippet thin, pouting pink lips, bright green eyes, black hair that curled around his high cheekbones and chalk white skin.

He was rather ruining Bond’s reputation, being all new and shiny and unusual.

You are very beautiful – 007

Q looked at the message, and couldn’t help a smirk: And hello to you too – Q

Both posted pictures that afternoon; Bond’s smile held a suggestion and a promise, while Q’s heavy lidded line seemed to hold a dare.

You keep stealing my fans :P – 007

Not my fault; I’m keeping on trend – Q

Am I offending you? – 007

Not in the least. Merely teasing. We are very different types. – Q

And you’re very beautiful too. – Q

There was a chance, an opportunity.

Bond published a photo of him truly looking at his best; every muscle defined, the slightest of subtle makeup (being a model always required some makeup; not like Q’s statement, but an invisible correction, augmenting his features just slightly) and took that as his offer.

Q’s was eyelashes and a smile, a raised eyebrow as a perfect question.

Would you like to meet? – 007

Yes. – Q

Both looked at their phone screens, and grinned their way into two new published photos.

The next set were the pair of them together.

Instagram went wild.

I cut off all my hair again! My parents are still in shock over it and when my main guy finds out he won’t be happy about it either. I suffer from trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), which I can’t help and none of my family or friends understands. I know if I didn’t constantly pick out my hair it would be nearly down back but I can’t help it. When its cut short no one can really notice all the short spots which is extremly obvious when its long. Unlike a majority of people I know, I don’t care about having my hair short and will cut it spur of the moment like I did today. However, it seems to be a big issue for everyone else whenever I cut my hair. According to a guy friend of mine “your a woman, your suppoused to have long hair because that’s your pride and glory. Men don’t like girls with short hair, it makes y'all look like boys…if you were anyone else I wouldn’t even speak to you..” I have fairly large breast, so if a guy can’t see that I’m a girl then he needs to have his eyes checked. Last time I checked this is my hair, I do what I want with it. I wasn’t put on Earth to please anyone except myself. Plus, its summer time. In hot, humid, rainiy FL, short hair is best for me. #ShortHairDontCare #ShortHairRocks