Unless Neanderthal in our notions, there’s probably not a man or woman among us who has not been backed up against the wall with a critical-stage hair situation. Either the bangs have grown too long, the nape too scraggly, the ends too split.
I reached that juncture recently during a major storm. Never mind that nobody was on the road. Forget the fact that the hair salon might not even be open. I had to go.
And now I had to make time. Here I had been limping along, styling my hair this way and that to make up for an originally-bad cut.
“What happened?” the stylist asked.
The hairdresser cut here, there and everywhere with such excellence, I was sure it would change my life. I departed a lighter, happier person. Gone was the critical-stage hair.
Isn’t it great to have a “new you”?
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