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There is that old saying that there is only a week between a good and a bad haircut.I assumed that mums visiting hairdresser wouldn't be able to visit and to be honest I thought it would be too much of a risk anyway,even though mum has visiting carers.
I afraid to say I took the drastic action of cutting mum's hair myself and have realised that it's not as easy as they make it look,it has now settled down though and looks better.
Fortunately mum has a short cut anyway,the main bits that I cut were around the ears were it gets bushy,the fringe and length on the neck,I tried the sides and realised that was the difficult bit and beyond my skill set as it looked a mess after I touched it but it looks fine now.
It was handy that I had proper scissors as my son trims his own hair,he didn't want to cut his Grannies though,the lady charges £15 and has leaves the home after 10 minutes so it's nice to have saved some money that can stay in the jar for a few treats
Haha I like that @Starting on a journey my hair is blonde (ice blonde in fact) and it looks okay because the roots are white and don't show anymore. I have thought about pink bits because nobody is going to see it and I am threatening to give myself a trim next week or my husband can if I am feeling brave. Gotta do something and it might even be fun.No!!!!
I want to be blonde again (was natural but age and children darkened it) I want pink bits too cos I like pink!!
To be honest I want to have a bit of fun and at least my hair will look like it’s having fun