Mirror, Mirror On The Wall
However, upon reaching the destination, we were dissappointed to find out that it closed for business on that day. So, we end up going to another nearby saloon which is known as ‘The Salon’.
When it comes to hair style, I’m not that particular type so I told the hair stylist to cut any hair style that would suit my face shape and image as a working lady. I never had a male hair stylist cutting my hair before so it was like a virgin having their first sex.
I was skeptical and nervous on how my new look gonna look like but at the same time, I really wanted a new hair style. I want a new and fresh look. So, I calmed myself by reading magazine, camwhoring a little bit while the hair stylist literally cut my skeptical clouds above my head. 😉
It took him approximately 15 minutes (as I have thin hair) to cut my hair before getting my hair dry blow. My sister quickly complimented me that I look 10 years younger with the new hair cut. I wasn’t really happy about it at first until my girlfriends gave the same comment as my sister. 😉
I liked my new hair cut so much where the first thing I do in the morning is to stand in front of the mirror and said “Mirror, mirror on the wall…who has the most beautiful hair this world?”. And I would answer silently in my heart, “You my dear!! You!! The one and only LadyBird”. Then, I’ll walked to the bathroom for my morning shower. ;p
At times, I would camwhoring in front of the mirror before I go for shower or after I get myself ready for any outing. And yes, I’m obsessed with my new hair cut now.
So…“Reader, reader of ‘A Woman’s Diary’..do you like my new hair cut?” ;p