I have been considering the possibility of trying a perm again but the thought of sitting under dryer for a couple of hours puts me off a little bit.
When do you think you will be going for your perm?
Jamie is quite excited at the prospect of being permed again he has seen the style he wants in a hair magazine and he called in at the hair salon on his way home from work yesterday to show Sandra. While he was there Sandra did a strand test so she could assess what strength of solution would be needed. Sandra has booked a preliminary 4 hour appointment for Jamies perm on 30th September at 1.00pm. Jamie was a bit suprised at the length of the appointment but Sandra explained that she allowed 1/2 hour for welcome and wash, 1/2 hour for putting the curlers in and preparation to go under the dryer, 1 1/2 hours curing time under dryer, 1/2 hour to fix the perm, rinse and remove curlers and 1 hour to hot oil condition and finally style. Sandra said it may not take this long but they like to allow this amount time so that they do not fall behind with their appointments. Anyway Jamie said however long it takes he is having it done.
If his hair is permed on the 30th that would be just in time for his birthday which is on the 1st October. Seeing as he doesn't know what he wants for his birthday, his perm can be his present. When I have asked him what he wants for his birthday he just says that he needs a new pinny for cooking, easily pleased hey. I think I will buy him a new pair of earrings to compliment his curly hair, I was thinking of a pair of small hoops for change rather than the studs which he normally wears, then of coarse I will have to get him his new pinny.