1a : to make different in some particular : alter never bothered to change the will
b : to make radically different : transform can’t change human nature
c : to give a different position, course, or direction to changed his residence from Ohio to California
2a : to replace with another let’s change the subject
b : to make a shift from one to another : switch always changes sides in an argument
c : to exchange for an equivalent sum of money (as in smaller denominations or in a foreign currency) change a 20-dollar bill
d : to undergo a modification of foliage
e : to put fresh clothes or covering on change a bed
1 January, 2019 in #PlannerFamous, Meh, No Set Topic, Photography, Scrap-A-Lackin'
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So, you don’t see anything there, do you? Feels like nothing has changed, except maybe a little shorter.
I cut my hair again.
Similar style, shorter in the back this time.
I love it!
Also known as mine …
That’s Rose McIvers (Tinkerbell from Once Upon a Time) as Liv on iZombie. Seriously LOVE the show, and I really do think I could pull it off, the whole look.
I’ve had a similar look before (aka it’s what I had before my hair grew out)
23 November, 2015 in Meh, No Set Topic
Tagged advice, Background noise, hair cut, haircut, I could do it, iZombie, netflix, Once Upon a Time (TV series), rose mcivers, style, style advice, The Walt Disney Company