Today Anna Grace and I decided to get our hairs cut. Or hair cuts. Whatever. We went to a my favorite kuafor. He actually does what I want. I say I just want the ends cut off, and he just cuts the ends off. Today I told him that I wanted the dead ends cut off. I was seeing breakage in some places, and I hate split ends and breakage with a passion.
The nice man examined my hair and said that he needed to cut off an inch to get all the dry stuff off. I knew that it would probably end up being more than an inch, but I was serious about getting the dead ends off!
I had already washed my hair so all he had to do was spray it to get it wet.
Then he started to cut it. Notice the lady in the background of this picture. She got her haircut before I did. After they were done she commented that they went so fast. They told her she was welcome to stay and sit awhile. And she did. She was enjoying her time at the kuafor I guess.
AG took about eleventy billion pictures of me getting my haircut. The lady is still enjoying her visit.
I am looking at the lady trying to figure out why she doesn't leave. Seriously. I hate getting my haircut and am out of there as soon as I possibly can be. She kept looking at herself in the mirror. Primping. Putting on lipstick. Talking on her cell phone. She even drank a cup of tea. Seriously.
The grand finale. Notice how long my hair is in the first two pictures. I am glad to have the dead ends off, but I think I liked it longer better. Hopefully I won't have to get it cut again for a long time!
And just for fun here is a little video of the lady in the pictures having her hair done. They have finished cutting and drying her hair. Now they are styling it. Two people are required for this job. They don't use a curling iron when they style hair here. They use a round brush and a hairdryer. Watch carefully. I have always found it interesting and usually choose to walk out with my hair wet and style it myself at home. Something about people crowding around me and messing with my hair just doesn't appeal to me.