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In the video it demonstrates the changes from the old hairstyle to new hair look.
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Makeup by RenRen
My New Hair
Hey guys this is RenRen. Do you noticed anything different about me. I chopped up all of my hair. My hair used to be down to the middle of my back like oddly going to here. Then I decided that there are times for a change and have long hair forever. I think the last time my hair was short was probably like 10 years ago. I was going for like that glamorous like, look right side long and like, you know, big and curled like, you know the look that is in current now. But ever since I started getting into makeup and last year right when I got back into makeup in November of 2007 I really—my style has changed. I have gotten a lot more funkier, especially and I have like bright a makeup looks and I kind of need some hair that were to go with my new funky style and to embrace the fact that I am trying to be more artistic and like, you know, fit the personality of a make up artist. So my hair stylist, she—we did my color, it is a lot blonder now and the highlight are chunkier, looks like a like a brownish base and then she cut it into a really angular bob. I did not want like curve under bob because I wanted to look kind of edgy. So she cut it and then she gave me like some bang. I am, going to let my bangs grow a little bit more so she can cut the bangs funkier but it so right. Oh my God look at my hair—my bag of hair she cut off. See all that? She cut like that much on my hair. So I hope you guys like it. I really like it. It is different but I think it goes more with my personality now and I love the color. She is fabulous. My hair, my natural hair color is black. It is like midnight black, so it is a very big change. Well, I hope you guys like and I do not mind to share it with you because I did not want you to be like saying, oh my God, she has short hair, I do not know where—because I still have a couple of videos so I have left to upload like 3 or 4 where my hair is long and I do not want to keep switching back and forth, it maybe confusing, like that. And so I hope you like it and I just wanted to show you my new hair. And have a great night guys. Chao fellas!