Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Hairdresser time.

This is something Einstein never factored in with his theories.

Hairdressers work on a TOTALLY different world of time.  I mean, they've invented their own physics.

Back story here, for about, oh, let's say, 10 years...the man has been cutting my hair.  He's pretty good.  Cuts it straight across the back.

Then a couple of months ago I went to the hairdresser here in our small town.  It was nice.  My hair looked nicer, a little less hippy.  It was pretty nice, I got to hang out, he's got this massage feature on the chair you sit in to get hour hair washed...and extensively conditioned in my case.  You can kind of zone out and try to avoid looking at yourself in the mirror.  Pretty relaxing and pleasant overall.  I can use my language skills as an excuse for not talking either.

That part is great.  The no chit chat part.

I went back again today.  Took only an hour and a quarter, which is pretty good for a wash, cut and dry.

On hairdresser time.



Anonymous said...

have you been for a pedicure yet? you think hairdresser is something sweet - let me tell you.... :-)

Anonymous said...

usually, the wash, cut and dry is done in less than 30 minutes for me. One of the advantages of short hair :)

Boo and Trev said...

Hour and a half seems a little excessive! I don't don't that ever happens here. But we don't get a lovely massage chair either. I am rather envious!

oreneta said...

Maybe someday, but I'd be squirming with embarrassment....

ElP...there are advantages...

Boo and Trev, maybe you Brits are much more effective, both here and in Canada that seems quick...though I think it does take longer here in general.

J.G. said...

Somehow I always feel the shampoo/cut/style are overpriced, but the pedicure money is well spent. Nothing better when you want some downtime and a quick mood-boost! (Have you really never had one?)