I've been planning to get a haircut but because of the busy work schedule, i had trouble fitting it in. Earlier tonight though, I was finally able to.
I get my haircut from Monsoon in Novena. Before it was in Monsoon Tampines. I thought of cutting my hair short, but realized that if I did, then it's the same style like always. So, I just told the stylist to do whatever he wants, so he suggested to cut it really short by the sides and keep the length at the top and I can style it with an up do or spikes after however I want.
|Preliminary cutting done. And no, I don't have my hair colored. Those brown highlights are natural. Or maybe, i'm malnourished that's why my hair is turning brown.|
I have to say though, a lot of the staff of the Monsoon were impressed by the cut - based on how they second glaced when they walked past. Kudos to the stylist Ceejay - Malaysian Chinese.
I just find it weird though that somebody else shampooed my hair. Some older guy who I had trouble understanding - perhaps because he didn't know much English. Blah blah - to say the least, it was awkward having to sit in that chair.
The final product.
|Quick shot to immortalize the cut before I botch it up with my impatience to styling|
I usually just get my hair cut short because I don't want the hassle of having to stay too long in front of the mirror trying to make my hair look "okay." But, well, since it's corporate attire now for me, I may as well find some time to actually prep myself for work.
I don't know how to use a blow dry, but well, I'm sure I can manage.
|Because I dont think I will be patient enough to actually blow dry my hair, I just got something cheap from Courts.|