So my friend did come to cut my hair on Friday. However, we hadn't seen each other since March and so we had a gin and tonic first. Then we just ended up drinking two bottles of gin and sitting in the garden having a laugh in the sun all while I kept my baseball cap on and didn't get a hair cut. I'm not even mad about it.
Same with me. My hair gets unruly at the best of times but there are limits. I just had my first haircut for six months. Plus I had to find a new barber which is a hassle in itself. My previous barber had been on the verge of retirement for some time already and I think corona has probably pushed him over the edge. He says it will be "a while" before he starts again but I won't be surprised if he doesn't come back at all. There's also the question of how many of his clients would return anyway, having been forced to moved on.I tend to wear it long enough that nobody gives a darn.
Plus, I'm getting older, dontchyaknow….
I have still not had a haircut. Although today I did get a message from the girl who usually cuts my hair about her switching phone numbers so hopefully I can manage something soon. I have just been hacking bits off here and there and it's a mess!I got my first haircut in almost 4 months. I usually get one every 5-6 weeks. Feels so good to have a fresh cut for the summer weather! I've never appreciatea a haircut so much
I have a level 1 NVQ certificate in Hairdressing from when I was about 20 before I realised that I hated hairdressing. I didn't like working on actual people though and for a while I worked washing and setting wigs for couple of salons. Mostly for people who with health conditions. I mean I could probably put a fabulous roller set in this bob on my head but cutting it would be another thing.I feel I'm witnessing the birth of the L'Oréalexis empire.