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I went to the hairdresser this morning for a haircut and to have my hair dyed for the first time in my life as well. They cut some 20 cm off my hair, which is a whole change. But then it was really getting too long. - Hum, I am typing this with my cat sitting on my lap. - Anyway since it was the first time, I had my hair dyed, I didn't know they dyed it first, then washed your hair and afterward cut it. I can understand the reasoning as in if they wash it and cut it first, then dye it, they would probably have to wash it again to fix the dye, but still it seems a little strange to me to dye parts of my hair that will be cut off afterward anyway. Well I went in at 8.30 am and got out at 12.00 - three hours and a half! it took me three hours and a half to get my hair done. But then it took the girl, who did my hair, 45 minutes just to apply the dye to my hair and then I had to wait another 40 minutes for it to settle. The girl, who did my hair came from Russia. She commented on my speaking dutch really well, so I told her I lived here for 34 years already and told her she spoke quite well too, especially since she was only living here for 5 years. She said she thought dutch to be a difficult language. Well I wouldn't know, since I am used to speaking it, but I suppose it must be.

Anyway I am really tired (got up at 6.00 am this morning) so I think I'll be going to sleep. tomorrow I am going to the fitness, since I didn't go last week.

Date: 2005-02-26 10:01 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] dinalphiel.livejournal.com
All I know is that dye abuses the hair endings, so it is advisable to dye first and then cut. In fact, it is almost always done that way.

Good night and good workout for tomorrow! :)


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