After almost a year (OK–more like 9 months, but who’s counting?) I finally got a haircut.
I just hadn’t gotten around to getting a haircut in awhile, and I didn’t actually need one. I tend to wear my hair up most of the time, anyway. Today, I went to a beauty college to see if they could make me look better than I did when I walked in.
For only $7, I got a wash, cut and dry.
The stylist asked pertinent questions (and not so pertinent ones: “Do you have kids? Do you want kids? Are you trying to have kids?” … um…please just cut my hair, kthx.).
Anyway, she seemed pretty skilled and washed my hair well, and did a good job of cutting it. My hair is long and straight and fairly simple to cut, if you’d ask me.
When she was done, she called her supervisor over, who looked it over to make sure it was fine.
The stylist got her teacher’s and client’s stamp of approval.
The next time I need a haircut, I’m definitely going back to that beauty school. I got the same level of attention I could hope for at a regular salon, I wasn’t kept waiting, and I got a good haircut for the low low price of $7. What more could I want?
Have you gotten your hair cut at a beauty college? What was your experience?