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ShaunWhite
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sa7med wrote:
Wed May 27, 2020 6:31 pm
Atho55 wrote:
Wed May 27, 2020 6:25 pm
After a week of offering, my better half is going to let me (try) and cut her hair tomorrow... can`t wait. Clippers with No4 blade as sub if I cock it up
Good luck. I tried my hand at just that 6 months ago. Surprisingly easy!
lol same....a straight fringe is so last season.

All you have to do is summon up the spirit of Teesie Weesie Raymond. You're old enough to get that Atho :)
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Atho55 wrote:
Wed May 27, 2020 6:25 pm
After a week of offering, my better half is going to let me (try) and cut her hair tomorrow... can`t wait. Clippers with No4 blade as sub if I cock it up
I too got pressed into hairdressing service and that included recolouring roots, it did feel like a big responsibility - it all went fine - the instructions were clear enough. The small talk was the awkward part - apparently my "client" hadn't been on holiday recently and nor was she planning to have an evening out this weekend!
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Jukebox wrote:
Thu May 28, 2020 8:26 am
Atho55 wrote:
Wed May 27, 2020 6:25 pm
After a week of offering, my better half is going to let me (try) and cut her hair tomorrow... can`t wait. Clippers with No4 blade as sub if I cock it up
I too got pressed into hairdressing service and that included recolouring roots, it did feel like a big responsibility - it all went fine - the instructions were clear enough. The small talk was the awkward part - apparently my "client" hadn't been on holiday recently and nor was she planning to have an evening out this weekend!
great to read these posts as i am a hairdresser :D there will be many a kitchen scissor haircuts getting done during lockdown ..tips i can give for doing it are .dont cut a womans fringe when its wet as it might spring up when it dries :lol:
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Just had a Tesco shop delivered, including a Comb...

Good advice about the fringe, thanks.. will forget that. :lol: :lol:
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trader44 wrote:
Thu May 28, 2020 10:12 am
..tips i can give for doing it are .dont cut a womans fringe when its wet as it might spring up when it dries :lol:
I can attest to that - and also that references to Bettie Page in the two weeks that follow don't go down too well either.
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Some people confide intimate secrets to their hairdresser.
Let us know if you find out anything juicy :P
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There will be more chance of seeing Lord Lucan on Shergar than cutting it again was the impression I was left with...
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It takes a brave man to do that - I've seen women in tears after a bad haircut, and that's from a hairdresser!
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Great replies :D i can cut my own hair but only the top and side so i will be sporting a cracking mullet by the time the barbers open.possibly pat sharp or chris waddle :x :x
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I've been shaving my head with a wet razor every other day for the last 10 years :P .
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