Monday is always here so quick but my day was quite ok actually. I had a meeting with my business bank manager just to sort out a few bits for MyGlassesAndMe, followed by sorting out a few VAT bits for my accountant which I do hate and always try to leave it as late as possible- A BAD thing to do. However, once everything was done I did go for a much needed hair cut at Toni & Guy. If you have seen me lately my hair is getting a tad out of hand- mega, mega long. Split ends were pretty much taking over my life, every morning brushing my hair was like a battle. Enough was enough so I went for a trim before my Hong Kong wedding in 5 weeks time!!! Eeeeeek!
I am a real hair person as well as glasses, bags, shoes etc etc, I love buying all the hair care products and just using them all, conditioner, hair masks, hot hair oil, hair serum and my latest favourite argan oil. I love taking care of my hair which is what I am basically trying to say, so yeah, I do love getting my hair cut and I am a snob when it comes to hair dressers. Although I do love getting my hair cut, I HATE it when they ask me to take off my glasses at certain points during the cut.
When you are sitting on that chair and someone is standing there with a sharp pair of scissors cutting away and you can’t see what they are cutting, it is quite a daunting experience. I was getting a side fringe cut in as well so I had to keep taking my glasses off, then it became quite awkward when I had to put my glasses on every time to check if I was happy with the length and if I wasn’t, the glasses had to come off again so she could really get stuck in with the cut.
When she was drying my hair (which I kept my glasses on for) the hair brush got caught on the arm of my glasses and they flipped off. Lucky they landed on my lap and not the floor. Finally she was spraying some serum and some hair spray to finish off, she did try her best to cover my glasses up but still some managed to land on my lenses. I don’t know if you have ever experienced this but hair spray on lenses is a b**ch to wipe off. Again that is something only us optical wearers would understand and appreciate. Those that do not wear glasses, I bet you never knew what us glasses wearers have to go through on a day to day basis! Just saying 😉