I was looking forward to a new haircut.
The weather was nice and I was having fun, so I knew I’d be fine.
But then my hair was cut short.
It felt like I was on the wrong side of history.
I was a virgin, so how could I get it back?
But the hair stylist came back to tell me I could.
And the first thing she said was, “You’ve had two cut hairpieces.”
I had to explain to her that the first one was a real, real cut.
The second was not.
After I explained, she explained that they had cut my hair short because I had gone to my doctor’s office with a complaint about my hair color.
I explained to her, “Well, I’m a virgin.
I’ve been having a haircut for seven months.”
She said, “That’s what happens when you’re a virgin.”
“But, my doctor told me that I had been having this haircut for five years.”
She continued, “So, what did you do to get your hair back?”
I explained that I’ve never had a haircut, but I was told I could get a haircut at a salon.
She said that they’d had this problem before, and it was usually a woman.
“Well,” I said, I thought, “What the hell happened to that other cut?”
So, I called the salon and told them that my hair is fine.
And they came back with an appointment to get a cut, too.
So, what is going on?
The haircut I had at the salon was a little longer than my previous haircut, and I thought that might have been why my hair felt shorter, too, because I’ve shaved my head for years, and the hair on my back had gotten a little shorter than my scalp.
But I was also really worried about how the stylist would handle my haircut, because the haircut was long and heavy.
And it’s not like my scalp has any natural hair growth.
But she told me it would be fine, because she had never seen hair like mine.
I felt so bad for my hair.
It was the first time I’d ever had to have a hair cut that I didn’t like, but the stylists seemed very kind.
So I had the appointment and I got my haircut.
But when I went to the salon, I found that they weren’t going to cut my scalp, either.
They told me to get my hair cut at home.
But they told me I had two cuts, so the cut was a complete waste of my time.
I called my husband, who was home from work, and he told me what happened, and then we called our friend, who is in her 60s, and she came to the office and told me the same thing.
She was at the doctor’s appointment, too; she’d just been having an appointment at a hair salon.
My hair stylists told her that they did not have time to cut her hair.
So she called a friend and told her about it, too — but the friend who had called her at work said, You need to come to work today and talk to them, too!
I told her I would.
When I went in, I saw my cut, and they told her to put it back on.
She had it in three weeks.
I told them to call me back when I got back, because that would mean that I’d lost my cut.
I went back to the doctor and told him that the cut had been done, and that the stylistic advice that I got was totally useless.
I’d had the cut for seven years, so why had it been cut for five?
I asked him to look at the photos of my haircut and see if he had any insight into my hair loss.
He told me there was nothing wrong with it, that it’s fine.
I asked, “But if I had that cut, would I still have a haircut?”
He said, Yes.
And he did not say that I was an idiot.
“You should not have had this cut,” he said.
“But you didn’t.”
So, there you have it.
Your first haircut was a terrible waste of time.
If you’re looking for the right haircut, it’s best to take your time and make an appointment for your first haircut.
And if you’re like me, you’ll be surprised to find that you can get a new cut that will be just as great, if not better, than your first cut.
And remember, it could be the first cut you’ve had for decades.