I sometimes wish I would just stop getting my haircut alltogether. I actually watch the old EWTN International Rosary and there are lots of ladies who look lovely with the femullet.
Oh, I feel your pain!Can you go to someone else? Explain what happened? Mullets are fairly easy to fix, I think.What am I saying? I don't know.I dread going to the hairdressers'. I always end up looking like a somewhat zaftig Edith Head.
Where's Sara? She'll know what to do.
Oh yuk....I know they are pricey but get in touch with a REAL salon..you may pay $35+ for just a haircut, but yu also won't get a girl who just graduated from beauty school at the bottom of her class who thinks "Just a nibble" is a double handful, and who can actually cut bangs straight..your hubby may cry at the price but you'll be happy, and isn't the rule if mama isn't happy no one is??I am in pain myself as my delightful stylist who can read my mind on how EXACTLY I like my hair cut and the blonding weave applied,No longer works Fridays or Saturdays (those are the days her new hubby has off and she would rather spend time with him than make money...imagine that!!)..and i'm not going to take time off from work to get my hair done...So now I'm on the hunt for a new stylist...I myself may be rather freakish looking for the next year or so...and i'm about 3 months overdue in getting my weave done..yuk yuk yuk..At least my horsie still loves me..SaraBut winter is coming so I can always hide my hair under the requisite snow hat....
Also-- a modern salon can be very helpful if you feel like you're stuck in a rut (like I was--too 80's)..It was a bit scary to hand over my head of hair to a mad stylist with dye and scizzors, but I ended up with a very sohpisticated and easy-to-maintain style, both shape and color..it helps my professional apppearance too..Do it for like a birthday or christmas present. Make an appointment at a good salon and tell them you want a hair makeover, no holds barred..kind of like the "Ambush Makeover" show...Sara
Dear Lola, are you sure about those lady mullets?Mel Gibson was the only person who ever looked good in a mullet but then again, I was just looking at his face.Sara, I'm feeling a bit better now that I took the scissors and hacked off some of the bottom longer layer, though I shouldn't have done it while I was upset!Thanks for the warm support ladies!
Several cousins on my dad's side went to beauty school in the 80s. They rocked that look, and they weren't rockers. They were Lutherans.
Handsome family. LOL!
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