This preview clip comes from Flatland's Hair Design video. The full video will be available for purchase on the www.haircuttingfun.com site, starting October 24th. Twenty-dollars ($20) from the first 5 DVDs sold will be donated to LTAH Discussion Forum.
I've started going through my salon/barber supplies and will be donating one of my perm machines. The perm machine that I am donating is a portable one. Only half the clamps heat up, and I really don't have the time to get it fixed. (Also, there doesn't seem to be a need for a portable perm machine perm video).
Searching through all the stuff, I found an old Burma-Shave jar, made of white milk glass and a tin/aluminum lid, that shows a price of 89 cents. It's in pretty good shape, but I don't think I'll ever use it as a prop.
Last night, I did a hot oil treatment on my hair as my hair was starting to feel dry. It's much more softer today. I decided that when the time comes, I'll get a flat top to remove all my damaged hair. I think I'll then stick with semi-permanent hair coloring treatments so that my hair doesn't become so damaged. And I think I'd like to be a brunette for a change. :)
Saturday I will be dying my hair neon pink. I'm excited about that as I've always wanted to try that.
Currently, I'm working on the preview clip for Flatland's headshave.