Still Me, but Classier
A few months back, I had shown Maxine, the owner and namesake of Maxine Salon how to use twitter (follow her), and although I wouldn’t take her money, I did tell her I’d take a rain-check on some free haircare once the rough cut was done. I promised myself that once I got the rough cut for Life In Perpetual Beta done, I’d also cut my hair. A few months later I am back at Salon Maxine, one of the top 100 Salon’s in the country. It’s a momentous occasion for me, a haircut that marks a point in time where I can say I did something big, A haircut that I’m grateful to have before I film the narrative!
I was feeling a little under dressed in my bike helmet and Converse in that classy place, but my stylist, Severn, helped put me right at ease by showing me his shoes. Solidarity forever yall… Feeling a little classier now that I’ve got a new haircut, but I’m still me.
I donated my hair to Locks of Love, a charity that makes wigs for children with cancer. If you are going to donate your hair, keep in mind that the hair has to be at least 10 inches long. I made the mistake of cutting mine shorter than that, but the people I emailed at locks of love said they could sell the hair I sent them so not to feel too bad. (Severn, you were right!)
Cute haircut! I’m just about ready to donate my hair to locks of love. Been growing it out for over a year!
P.S. I love that you rode your bike and wore converse to a classy salon.
Your hair looks great! Gleamer has donated her hair a couple of times, Locks of Love is a great cause. Liked the video, too.
Very classy indeed. Nice. And on the topic of donating one’s hair, I invite you to check out this video — ahamoment.com/pg/moments/view/1277 — about the “aha moment” of one woman, facing cancer herself, who decided to donate her hair. I think you’ll find it pretty inspirational.
All the best with your new look,