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Monday, May 4, 2015

Teen age adventures


Laura's friend's mother was a cosmetologist in another state for years.
Then she moved to Ohio with her husband and little girl.

Now she's back to school, learning the new techniques, and studying for an Ohio License.
She's up to highlights and streaks, or some such, and needed a volunteer.

Guess who raised her hand, immediately.
Keep your eye on this space.

The class is tomorrow night.
We'll see Laura when she gets off the school bus on Wednesday.


23 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    This could go one of two ways. ... &*} ... YAM xx

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  2. Those things are expensive, which is why my 'streaks' are grey.
    Jane x

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  3. How fun! And the good thing about it is eventually hair does grow out (just in case it doesn't go as one would hope)

    betty

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  4. Sometimes it is good to take chances. I hope she enjoys this experience and everything turns out to her liking (and yours).

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  5. I think it's neat that her grandma allows it! What fun. I do hope she likes it. Wonder if her change will be as drastic as Emily's when she got that haircut?

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  6. Exciting times ahead. And no, the pun was accidental.

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  7. I thought I would stop in again. But this time though Mr, Rat. My daughter law Betty was an hair dresser for a while. But now she is a fight attendant. When she was doing her training my son was her practice and this was all before she got married.
    Coffee is on

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  8. How exciting for her! I hope she likes the new look.

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  9. Looking forward to seeing the result !

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  10. She is so good-looking that it would be hard to make her anything but that.

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  11. A whole new look, what fun.
    Merle............

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  12. Oh how fun! My philosophy regarding hair is: It grows out. When my daughter wanted to try having purple hair and her grandpa was going nuts I looked at him with a grin, and repeated what he said when my mother tried to give me a 'shag' haircut: "It grows fast."
    I don't think I ever got a dirtier look in my life, LOL.

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  13. Can't wait to see the 'new do'.

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  14. Oooh! Hair adventures. Can't wait to see what gets done and how it looks.

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  15. Not sure what a cosmetologist is - will wait and see from your blog.

    Love your colourful anemones header.

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  16. Sounds like fun to me, but I have not had natural hair since I could walk.

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  17. don't all teenagers get their hair streaked? I did. it will look great.

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  18. Hello greetings and good wishes.

    Your header photo is a stunning beauty.

    Laura looks bright, cheerful and fabulous.

    Best wishes

    Best wishes

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  19. I enjoy before and afters!

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  20. How lovely it must be for your to reap the rewards of your upbringing of these lovely kids.

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  21. I think it's great! After all, it's just hair. Can't wait to see...

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  22. hope hudson schools approve of this. Otherwise, you have another cause...

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