I got a lot of compliments on my hair tonight. Which I found funny because it is the happy accident of my hair not wanting to do what I had planned. I originally was going to wear my hair down with bumper bangs. I gave up and this happened. I call it the Powder Puff. It's not quite a Poodle and not quite a Dita Bun, and reminds me of the fluffy powder puffs. View attachment 153229
Ladies, I'm not allowed in the powder room, but I think I can post here, but I won't make a habit of it. Here's one of the sort of things that we get up to before this wretched lockdown. 1940's burlesque events, where they have stylists, (my wife & her friend) to create the look. Here's the result. What do think?
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I don't think I've posted here in years but I guess we're all looking to make connections in this time. I've been growing out my old color and letting my natural greys come out. It's finally long enough for fingerwaves and pincurls.
Don't apologise, the presence of the ladies makes the guys watch their 'P's & 'Q's. Kamikat should embrace her salt & pepper silver streaks. My wife's friend, with whom she styles the ladies hair at burlesque events, went grey quite young, about early thirties. Far from worrying about it she also embraced it, using a clever silver coloured dye she streaked it throughout, dubbing it, Granny grey. So ladies, hair colour, like age, is something that happens, if you think that age and hair colour will prevent you from enjoying life as you did in your teens and twenties, think again. My wife and her friend beg to differ, they are both seventy, this photo was taken last year at a rather good vintage Halloween come Burlesque show. What would the grandchildren think?
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