It is a truth universally acknowledged that a lady with long hair will be in fear of getting it cut. I am this truth. I generally loathe getting my hair cut, or at least the process of getting a haircut. The first phase is contemplation of a cut followed by denial; my hair is fine, the split ends are grand, hardly noticeable. Finally, acceptance takes over: it is time. Acceptance for me is followed by the which salon do I choose question. My last few cuts have been a disaster so I have stayed in the denial phase for quite a while and also haven’t had a regular hair salon to frequent. My blogging bestie Emma from Mastering Your Makeup highly recommended Lisa in Zinc. She is always fabulously styled by Lisa.
Last Saturday I made my way out to Kilmainham to Zinc. I had been in contact with Lisa during the week so she was aware that I was a little nervous. She honestly couldn’t have made me feel more welcome and more comfortable. The same can be said for all of the staff in Zinc. They truly are a lovely bunch of people.
Feeling like a toad in the mirror
My hair was in a bad way. I was nearly sitting on it and my split ends were horrendous. I’m a lover of big hair and I’m constantly backcombing but as my hair was so long, lifeless and heavy, it was starting to look a little flat … Read the rest