A bridesmaid was thrown by her future sister-in-law for getting a haircut that didn't match the wedding, without asking permission.
The bewildered bridesmaid from the US revealed that she had cut off her hair 48 centimeters to donate to charity in memory of her cousin, who died of cancer.
But after she posted a cut of her new hairstyle on Instagram, the bride told her that her updated look was not suitable for the $ 30,000 wedding – and said she should have asked before she cut her hair.
The ruined bridesmaid took Reddit to ask for advice on how to respond, but users were quick to defend her and praised the gesture of donating her to charity.
A bride hurled her future sister-in-law to get a pixie without consulting her, claiming it would not match her $ 30K wedding (stock image)
Many claimed that the bride was completely unreasonable, with one writing: & # 39; You are her bridesmaid, not her property. & # 39;
The anonymous bridesmaid took Reddit to place her thoughts initially and said that she had the conversation & # 39; weird and insignificant & # 39; found.
But since she had never been to a wedding, she did not know whether she was selfish.
She said: & # 39; I have grown my hair for years and have had enough. Yesterday I went from my hair to my butt and had it cut in a shortcut, like an elf.
The bridezilla told her sister-in-law and bridesmaid that her new hairstyle would not match the style of the wedding (stock image)
& # 39; I cut it so much because I made a donation to an organization called Wigs For Kids, they make wigs free for children with cancer and alopecia. & # 39;
She explained that charity was personal to her because her cousin had died of cancer.
Revealing that she loved her new cut, she said: “I absolutely love it, the hairdresser said it was perfect for my face shape, my fiancé likes it, it has been such a confidence booster. & # 39;
The bridesmaid asked Reddit for advice on how to respond to the angry bride, who told her that she would not fit into the rest of the wedding party
She continued: & # 39; I posted a photo today on Instagram along with a photo of the bundles of hair I sent to donate.
& # 39; I get a text message from her later, which I should have asked before I cut it all off, because she doesn't think it will match her extremely feminine designs / embellishments.
& # 39; I am at her wedding party and will now stand out between her and the other girls (they all also have long hair) and wish I had waited only a month to cut it. & # 39;
The user said she was stumped and admitted: & I've never been to a wedding and never been married, so is this normal? Do I have to have asked her before I changed such a dramatic appearance? & # 39;
Reddit users gathered in support around the bridesmaid, with many prizes for donating her hair to an amazing cause
She explained that her sister-in-law & # 39; very self-conscious & # 39; was and believed that the short haircut would catch her attention and draw her attention.
Hundreds of users responded to her, many blaming the bride for her excessive behavior and praising the bridesmaid for helping charities for cancer.
One wrote: & # 39; It's your hair and you've done something amazing with it, don't let it make you feel bad. & # 39;
Many people labeled her sister-in-law as a & # 39; bride zilla & # 39; and said that everything she wanted to do with her hair was her choice.
One user told her: & # 39; I don't understand the bride zilla trying to control the look of your wedding party, but you have to ask people to participate in the wedding party because they are important to you, not because they are aesthetic be beautiful. & # 39;
& # 39; Bridesmaids do not sign off part of themselves, including hair, & # 39; added one. & # 39; If you prefer that the short version of me doesn't belong to your wedding, that's cool. Let me know as soon as possible – don't do it for anything. & # 39;
Later, the bridesmaid updated her post to say that she had resolved things with the bride, who accepted that she had overreacted and now loves her new look.