Post by Baabaabaabaababraann on Mar 29, 2020 16:21:36 GMT
I do a once over with a number one, apart from the tuft centre front. Several years ago I'd did a full baldy for a while, just for the craic. Until it had tanned and weathered a bit it looked like plucked chicken. Go for it.
NB Bittern's Boom, 32ft Narrowboat reg'd 1968, moored on the highest mooring on the network.
I last had a proper haircut in July last year. About a month ago I chopped some only off of the top with a pair of scissors firstly because it was flopping in my eyes and secondly because I want to grow it longer at the back as I am aiming for the MJG 1985 mullet look.
I was well overdue for a haircut a month or so ago. Was planning on being down at Benfleet by then and going to my old hairdressers. It's just about reaching pony tail starting length ....... I have been thinking about using my beard trimmer on longest setting ..... but ....
I think I might just go back to my biker days and go for the pony tail ..... after all I have a perfect excuse ..... Self Isolating innit
trying for maximum virtue signalling Finally achieving recognition for my attempts (although not my achievements)
My concern is ... the end product can only be a bonus for you ... being a clown.
How difficult is it to do yourself ?
If I buy some clippers (I think B&M is open in town) do the guards equate to what you'd get at the barbers ?
I normally have a 3 on the back and sides and then just trimmed on top with scissors .
There's a range of guards, I use the thinnest. Never had number cuts at the barbers so I don't know. Years back I had a pair of thinning scissors, tooth and gap, used to just hack away till it felt right, for a dishevelled 80s look. What's the problem anyway. If you mess up Jane might still love you, possibly not!
When I was a teen and playing rugby I used a weird comb thing (k-tel hair magician ?) to just cut at my temples, and leave everything else to grow ... very 'mullet like' but not very 'glam rock' ... more JPR Williams