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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by That-Crazy-Rat-Lady, Feb 24, 2015.
I ask them not to put any in....
I'm booked into Toni & Guy tomorrow for a trim from 'Graham'
Twill set me back the grand amount of £35! Ouch!
It better be good...
On another note it also happens to be located conveniently near a Lush shop....
Wish me luck!
I've had an inch chopped off the ends of mine this evening, I know how Samson felt now.
All it cost was however long it took the youngest to sort out my sisters laptop. That, and thepromise of a cup of tea next time she's at mine.
+ the initial outlay for the scissors.
Don't forget your outlays.
Or your manners.
Not suggesting that you did forget your manners, just don't in general sort of thing.
If I won the lottery big time I would employ someone to come and make my hair lovely every day.
I cant blow dry my hair, I cant really do anything. So for 5 weeks and 5 days its a mess. The other two days it looks good. (after a hair do).
Sometimes by a fluke it looks ok, but usually when I am going nowhere.
I don't believe you. I quite simply do not believe that you would even of had a millimeter chopped off!
Okay so I'm back from the hairdressers...
In the shop it looked like this:
By the time I had a windy train journey home I looked more like this:
I'm going to wash it and hope something normal happens...
I was expecting this..
There's time yet...
That looks just like the dog that winked at me!
@That-Crazy-Rat-Lady I thought of you this morning when I walked past the Stafford Toni & Guy! Hope it turns out ok when you've washed it!
You really shouldn't stick your head out of the train window on the way home, its dangerous!
Well someone's got to shout 'WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!'
And look for the damp patch?
You have buy a ticket first
I did, honestly. It's all nice and level now. Till I wash it in a bit and look like Kate Bushs hair double.
I get bored with the same style all the time, sit here thinking it's time for a change, but do sod all about it.
Anyone suggest a barber that they know makes people wear masks? Not a sign on a door, actually makes people wear masks. My usual had 9 people in today, one, me was wearing a mask and one of the barbers was using his mask as a chin warmer.
Not a barber as such but The Hair Shop on Eastgate St, opposite The Gatehouse Theatre, they do men’s hair as well as women.
Temperature taken at the door and face masks have to be worn by customers as well as staff.
If you want to travel to Penkridge they are pretty strict
I embarrassed the husband today by ringing his hairdressers...
He wanted to know if 'his lady who always does his hair right' was in!
I couldn't find the information on Facebook so rang - she picked up and we had a lovely chat - I told her she was his favourite and he'd be on the way in a minute!
He was mortified and very embarrassed when he got there and she asked after me!!
Thanks all for the responses. Being basically bald I like it cut to pretty much nothing and my experience is that a barber is the establishment that does it that way. I think I might have a wander through town and see for myself who appears to be insisting on people not being selfish.