You know when you cut your hair in the middle of the night and it turns out okay
, but you miss your layers?
You know when you go to MasterCuts on a whim and trust the first stylist available to restore them?
You know when you grimace in horror as you watch a middle-aged man, dressed like Al on Tool Time,
hack away at your hair?
You know when you politely squeak, "Wow! That's a lot shorter than I was thinking!"?
You know when your aging stylist replies with a huff, "These are long layers. They're what you asked for. That's why we consult before cutting."
You know when your stylist continues to chop, ignoring your gradually slumping body? Maybe I can slink out of this chair unnoticed...
Now you know where I was less than eight hours ago. This is bad. Very bad.
Luckily, I remember most of my schooling. I can fix it. It'll be shorter, but it'll be tolerable. I only cried once.
Remember when I swore off haircuts in Alaska? Okay. Now remind me of that next time I rush out the door to have my hair viciously attacked.
Pictures tomorrow. Only of the repaired cut. I couldn't let the world see the mess that is my head! Good thing Kellie has become a sound sleeper. Looks like another Midnight Haircut for Laura...
Amy C. in VA - I was wondering what brand of wool soaker you showed in your lanolin article - it looks so cozy and cute! ...do you use a fitted under a wool soaker?
Hi Amy! I actually made that soaker from this
pattern with a few of my own modifications. I use prefitteds
or fitteds under wool. I also make my own prefitteds and fitteds. I've got to do something
with all this pent up energy!