Now for me one of the problems of trying to look reasonably convincing as a woman is my hair. As I am past a "certain age" I am going grey, and more to the point my hair line is try to escape to the top of my head. So far I have been wearing a wig, initially a rather cheap but not too bad grey wig I picked up on e-bay. recently I bought a much better, much more realistic wig from the excellent Mary of Fosters Wigs in Streatham. The trouble is that I am not particularly comfortable, I am always conscious that I am wearing something on my head, and always worried that it is not straight, or that my own hair is showing making it obvious that I am wearing a wig.
I know that with everything else this is a minor point but it worries me. Well while driving home from Cardiff yesterday I decided that it was time for a hair cut, there is something about my hair that means men can't cut it. Well they can cut it just not well. Over the years the good hair cuts I have had have been by women, so as well as deciding to get a hair cut I wanted to make sure that it was cut by a woman, as I was dressed I also decided that I would try a ladies salon. Now I am aware that for a lot of CDs this is no big deal, but for me it was a first. I did not want to go locally so I stopped in Sunbury, and went into the http://www.sunburyx.com/ salon. As they weren't to busy I only had to wait about 15 minutes, while waiting the other customers engaged me in conversation, talking babies all very nice and very relaxed.
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