I have been in dire need of a haircut for a while, so tonight I decided it was time to really go all out and splurge on myself.
I treated myself to a $4.99 haircut from GreatClips.
Can you tell a difference? No? Well, I can’t either. But it feels better! I really just needed a trim, as the ends of my hair were all stringy and dead. Like they were already dry when I got out of the shower. That’s how dead.
I honestly have the easiest hair in the world. It looks pretty much the same no matter what I do to it, and no matter what kind of haircut I get. It’s basically looked the same since I was a child.
(I remember that used to be one of my favourite outfits. I loved how the blue in the flowers matched my cords, haha)
Hair = same.
Thank goodness my Dad doesn’t still look the same… I might have to disown him.
I used to spend like 80 dolla for a hairdresser to transform my straight flat locks into straight flat locks, so if a $4.99 cut looks the same…well, sign me up.
Don’t get me wrong though, I do love my hair. I like that it is easy, because I’m pretty hair inept. And lazy. So it works out.
I was also feeling inept and lazy in the cooking department tonight, so before I left for hair shenanigans, I made us a simple dinner of homemade pizza.
A whole wheat flatbread topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, green pepper, and Polish sausage (must be pronounced sauseeeeeege). A-Diggity wanted to be in charge of cooking the sausage and putting it on the pizza, because he said he was the sausage master (TWSS). His side of the pizza was more sausage-heavy, while mine was more green pepper-heavy.
I was pretty full after this, but shared the last of the best ice cream in the world with Andy-pants, right out of the tub.
I am off to hang with Ando and E-Rock. S’laters!
How much do you typically pay for a haircut?