|Posted by Admin on November 3, 2013 at 10:55 AM|
I don't like people touching my head. It's just something that makes me uncomfortable. This means I also can't stand getting my hair cut. I can't really see what the person is doing. I feel little hairs tickling me all over. My arms are stuck underneath a cover that is keeping more hair from getting on my clothes. I can hear the scissors. I feel the heat of the hair drier. I can hear the sound of the hair drier. I smell the hair care products. Top it off with the endless chatter, and it's just not my favorite event.
So this is what I do: I get my hair cut once a year, by the same person. This person knows me and knows that I like the same cut every time. (Which makes them a pro!) I have them cut off as much as I can stand while still being able to tuck it behind my ears. I do this in the Spring so that my hair is nice and short for the warm weather to come. Then, I donate the hair to Locks of Love, and I'm set for the year.