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One-liner Wednesday – being brave!

Along with millions of other people across the globe, haircuts are getting to the urgently- required stage in our house. Cost Centre 1 and I have lovely long hair and a wealth of clips and bands to keep our tresses in order. Cost Centre two has gone for the wildman look while CC1’s boyfriend has adopted the man bun! Mr D demanded I try my hand at cutting his hair… so I did.

He’s still alive. We are still on speaking terms. I’m also a little bit pleased that it looks better than some of the haircuts he’s had from the barber’s apprentice.

This week’s hairy one-liner is brought to you by skilful scissoring and Linda G Hill.

8 thoughts on “One-liner Wednesday – being brave!”

  1. Good job!

    Our barbers were supposed to open today but that got pushed back. I’ve been trimming and my wife has agreed to thin out the back. I’m not quiet ‘balding caveman ‘ yet

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  2. Good job on the haircut. I don’t think I’d ever attempt it.

    My stylist is opening back up next week, with many steps and rules to ensure safety. I have an appointment in about two weeks and although I’m very tentative about expanding my social distancing world, it is highly needed. Just call me “Shaggy!”

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      1. Oh boy! At least the UK is taking their time with re-opening. Here it is a much different story and I suppose I could have waited a little longer for a hair cut. It’s been a long time since I could put my hair in a pony tail. 🙂

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  3. Impressive! My hubby is distraught — he’s pretty serious about regular barbershop visits so he’s seriously unhappy with his hair length. We might be trying the at home cut soon.

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