Hair

Started by Nick, April 02, 2020, 20:46:21 pm

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Nick

How's everyone's hair doing? No cuts for a while so are we all growing it long with whatever we have left or planning some DIY classic cuts?
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Richard_2112

Mine is about 2/3 of the way down my back now and in desperate need of a trim cause I'm getting some bad split ends. Although I haven't started losing it yet which is a small mercy but bound to happen at some point
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Matt2112

The lady of the household has worked as a stylist in her time so she trims mine - if only to prevent me from regrowing my irresistible 80s mullet. :)
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captainkurtz

Mines shit.  Seriously considering a Mohawk.  Always fancied one (big Taxi Driver fan).  No seems a good time.

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Nïckslïkk2112

Had mine hacked back the Saturday before "Lockdown" I'll be alright for a few months yet.
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DavidL

Starting to get to the point where I will probably have to get my wife to shave it. I haven't had it shaved for about 4 years. It was only a matter of time anyway as the 'solar panel' grows steadily larger ;D

zoony

Me and the wife have our hair trimmed by a mobile hairdresser at home every 6 weeks. The next appointment was due on the 20th of this month, so that will be going out of the window. I see both of my sons have done their own with the clippers, grade one. This may be my option before much longer then!

pdw1

Quote from: zoony on April 03, 2020, 09:56:52 amMe and the wife have our hair trimmed by a mobile hairdresser at home every 6 weeks. The next appointment was due on the 20th of this month, so that will be going out of the window. I see both of my sons have done their own with the clippers, grade one. This may be my option before much longer then!
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zoony

Quote from: pdw1 on April 03, 2020, 13:39:44 pmI think you would look good as a long haired hippy  ;D
It always used to grow more like an afro in my youth mate.

The Letter R

Could start to become an issue soon - been searching Amazon for hair clippers.........  ::)
My hair is quite thick so just seems to grow up so need some fairly robust clippers.

The Letter R

Bitten the bullet and ordered a complete grooming kit - just want the hair clippers really but still.
If it all goes wrong I may need to self isolate a little longer  ::)

Slim

I've always done my own with waterproof clippers in the bath, then tidying up with a beard trimmer the next day. Apart from not being able to go to a pub or restaurant every couple of weeks or so and having to queue up outside Tesco for 15 minutes, the lockdown hasn't really affected me yet.
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The Letter R

Grooming kit arrived yesterday and Maria gave me a quick trim in the garden  ;)  to neaten things up - seemed to work ok.
No chunks missing or lopsided lines.
Could save me a few quid in the long run.......

Slim

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Nick

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