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post #31 of 43
I wear a pink chef coat and dark washed jeans as well. With my Nike free trains that have pink in them. Hair in a bun with a pink or blue headband. The ppl I meet with are dressed super casual as well nobody has ever given me the strange face lol
post #32 of 43
Oh my logo has pink and blue on it and my shoes are pink and blue. That's why I have the blue headband
post #33 of 43
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I mostly wear mine up too. I hate the way it feels on my neck when it is down, and I always fiddle with it, and if a split end catches my eye, somehow, I want to peel it back, haha. Yes, freakish, and unprofessional! I think I look better with I'd down, though.

I sort of just made a rule that no one walks around the bakery with their hair down. We can bring in groceries and put them away, or run and grab a frozen cupcake, but if you are out there, you tie your hair back.

Oh, and I have never been a blow drier person, but now that my hair is so thin, I need the body it gives! My hair literally looks pasted to my scalp if I let it dry naturally.


My hair is never down anymore, I lose clumps, and people get kind of uptight when they find a bunch of long black hairs in their cake. Pffft. You'd think they would appreciate the 'homemade' touch!

post #34 of 43
I'd rather find a couple long hairs in my cake than one short and curly, if you know what I mean icon_wink.gif
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post #35 of 43
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I'd rather find a couple long hairs in my cake than one short and curly, if you know what I mean icon_wink.gif


Lmao!!! Too funny
post #36 of 43
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I'd rather find a couple long hairs in my cake than one short and curly, if you know what I mean icon_wink.gif
Eeewww thats a horrible thought!
post #37 of 43

I don't even want to think about what sort of situations might result in finding one of those in my cake!

post #38 of 43
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My hair is never down anymore, I lose clumps, and people get kind of uptight when they find a bunch of long black hairs in their cake. Pffft. You'd think they would appreciate the 'homemade' touch!

Around here we charge extra for that! LOL....I had to wear my hair in a bun for 20 years and was looking forward to being able to wear it down. Well then I got into cakes and just cut it all off.

post #39 of 43
Blech!
elsewhere.
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elsewhere.
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post #40 of 43

Haha..there's that gutter.

post #41 of 43

that's depends on my mood and weather!

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post #42 of 43

A t-shirt with my logo on the upper left chest and capri pants

post #43 of 43

you should wear casual apparel.

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