In fact, this was the general consensus- New Hair was cute, preppy and all the things I'd been going for when I had strolled into the hairdresser's three weeks ago.
But I've also got some... stranger comments.
Most notably of all, two people this week have told me that I look like a Downton Abbey character.
Actually, I found it pretty funny, so I shrugged and jokily said "thanks" with a grin.
The second time was in a French class, and the topic of discussion was 'media'. We were discussing our favourite TV series, someone mentioned Downton Abbey, and a few of the people on my table decided that I look like a girl from the show.
At the time I took it as a compliment- who wouldn't want to look cute and '20s, with that short, sleek wavy hair? It's the perfect mix between fun, fresh and a little bit sultry, right?
But then I realised that the only female characters in the show are either a) uptight old ladies or b) slutty servant girls who work for the uptight old ladies. Now I'm not so sure how I feel about the compliment.
Still, I might have to take it- beggars can't be choosers!
So, give me some advice, guys! What's the best way to take a bad compliment? And just out of interest, do I look anything like the 1920s girls on the show? I'm not sure I really do, but I'm curious to see what you guys think- so comment below to tell me just how gorgeous and retro my new hair makes me look (go on, you know you want to)!