haircuttingfun (haircuttingfun) wrote,
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painting

The holidays have kept me busy.  I just finished washing and painting my 1950's salon chair.  I'm amazed how well the paint matched the original.  I'm quite pleased on how it turned out.  I'll try to provide a photo of the chair soon.

Some of my hair is slightly chrome in color in a spot or two.  As I was painting the foot rest, I accidently dipped some of my hair into the small can of paint.  The paint on my cheek that was painted by my hair as I stood up, has already been washed away.  I'm guessing it'll be a few days until the chrome paint either fades away or falls off my hair.

In the perm machine perm video, I'm at 2-hour and 40-minutes -- the clamps have just been lifted from the units and now my hair is being blow-dried by the 1940's Hamliton Beach Hair Dryer No. 5.  

Soon I'll get to the part where I sat underneath a 1960's Pro-Jet hair dryer, because the hand-held hair dryer seemed to be taking too long to dry my hair.  I'll probably remove that footage, and again, put it just on youtube.com.  That portable Pro-Jet dryer just seems out of place in the 1920's-1950's salon era.
Tags: hair dryer, perm machine video, repair, salon chair
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