Thursday, January 19, 2017

Just another challenge: When Diane had to reshape my hair


This is one of the drawbacks for me as a blind person.  Yes, I can certainly tell when my hairdresser has not cut my hair the way that I would like but I can only do so after the deed has been done.

I can feel what has been done but only after the fact.

I cannot see in the mirror as she is doing it so I am unable to stop her and this is exactly what happened some months ago.  My regular hairdresser had made a huge faux pas and Diane, who is my mom's hairdresser, had to step in and fix it up.

Of course, what I had suspected had been confirmed by my mom and I was not a very happy camper but Mom to the rescue, as they say!  She patiently helped me to deal with it, combing my hair in a way that helped to cover up the faux pas.

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