Friday, July 14, 2006

So Dangerous You'll Have to Sign a Waiver...

On average, I get my hair cut once a year. Right before school starts, I get it cut, so that I look decent for the beginning of school. Then it grows out through various stages of shag until I can't stand it anymore. When it gets to the point where it's always in a ponytail, I get it cut again. Wash, rinse, repeat. I like to look decent, but I don't have time, energy, or money to put that much into it. So, today I followed Summer's advice. My stylist was nice, and did a great job. Natalie was in heaven with the bright lights, shiny things, and lots of black and white. Yes, you have to sign a waiver saying you won't sue if the student injures you, but where else can you get a decent $18 haircut these days? I may upgrade to having my hair cut twice a year.


  • Ooh, I'm going to have to try this. I didn't know we had one here!

    By Anonymous Pronoia, at 4:55 PM  

  • dare I be so bold as to ask for a photo?!!?!?

    By Blogger Calliope, at 5:33 PM  

  • This is brilliant. I should look into this kind of thing. It suits my inner cheapskate (I bet you didn't know she was in there - she gets overshadowed by Wes' inner overspender).

    By Anonymous bri, at 6:49 PM  

  • Okay, so I try to always go the student route.

    Massage? Call a massage therapy school and they usually offer reduced rates to be practice people for advanced students. I got an hour massage for $15. It was great!

    There's a beauty school here that I get all my stuff done at on the cheap. It rocks.

    By Blogger Sassy Student, at 10:03 PM  

  • woo hoo! Pix, please!

    By Blogger Shelli, at 11:36 PM  

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