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Friday, January 22, 2010

Hair Cut Day

Back home, it is so easy to find a barber. My cousin Christopher is a gifted barber and so; he service clients in their home at a minimal amount. Sometimes, it's FREE. It is different here in the US. You will spend as much as $25 to get a barber cut. A year ago, my husband asked me to cut his hair. Without experience and just for an experiment, I decided to cut his hair to save 25 bucks. That's how I became a barber....bow!LOL!
Today, my first customer (LOL) is my father-in-law and we used our kitchen as my makeshift barber shop, reason: freezing cold outside, lol. Anyway, I took a picture to show you guys how messy his hair was.
In less than 30 minutes, here it is. He is 90 years old but, looks like 50 after the hair cut, hahaha. How's that? The owner of this messy hair is my dearest husband, my second customer for the day!Wooo!
He got long and wavy hair that has a mind of its own. Curly and wavy type of hair tend to sway on its own and hard manage when you cut it.
After few minutes of nipping, my Conair hair cutting tool helper did magic.
He looks younger than I am, hehehe.
Here is the look after!

2 comments:

  1. Ako pud barber gihapon, mag tukod nlng ta parlor ani, hehehe....I also do childrens haircut :)

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  2. Ako pud barber gihapon, mag tukod nlng ta parlor ani, hehehe....I also do childrens haircut :)

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