A woman has revealed she cut off her hair before her sister-in-law's wedding day, and she didn't take it too well.
The woman was set to be a bridesmaid on the big day and decided to cut her long hair into a pixie crop, before donating her locks to cancer and alopecia patients.
However, after the woman shared a snap of her new hair to social media, she received a text from her sister-in-law saying she should have asked before making such a huge change.
Writing on Reddit, the woman said: "My SIL is getting married in June. I am a bridesmaid. Huge wedding, they went all out... she hasn't been a bridezilla - very kind, but has been definitely picky and strict (she deserves to, it's her wedding).
"I've been growing my hair for years and got tired of it. Yesterday, I went from hair down past my butt and had it cut into a short cut, like a pixie.
"I cut so much of it because I donated to an organization called Wigs For Kids, they make wigs for free for children with cancer and alopecia.
"Overall, I donated 48 inches of hair. I absolutely love it, the hair stylist said it was perfect for my face shape, my fiancé loves it, it's been such a confidence booster."
She continued: "I posted a picture on Instagram today along with a picture of the bundles of hair I sent off to donate.
"I later get a text from her saying I should have asked before I cut all that hair off as she doesn't think it'll match her extremely feminine designs/decorations, I'm in her wedding party and now will stand out from her and the other girls (they all have long hair too), and wishes I had waited just a month to cut it.
I later get a text from her saying I should have asked before I cut all that hair off.
"I literally didn't know how to respond. I've never been in a wedding before and I've never been married, so is this normal? Should I have asked her before making such a dramatic physical appearance change?"
She added that she and her sister-in-law ended up having dinner and spoke about the situation.
The woman added: "Neither of us are upset, she just said she had a bad day (caterer canceled on her) so my hair was another unexpected surprise related to her wedding and she did overreact.
"She said she loves the haircut and she's sure it'll look just as great in the floral headbands still."
Fellow users were still quick to comment their thoughts, with many slamming the bride.
One person said: "It's your hair and you did an amazing thing with it, don't be made to feel bad for it."
Another commented: "I think she is afraid it will take the looks away from her on their big day," while a third added: "Brides with this attitude irritate me. There is no pleasing some people."
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