Sunday, August 29, 2010

Haircut & Massage

Today, with a sore neck and scraggly hair, I wished I could teletransport myself to Japan. A haircut in Japan comes with a scalp, neck, and shoulder massage--a good one. You can get cheaper haircuts in the U. S., but the price for the combination was much less expensive in Japan. Japanese hairdressers weren't experienced with naturally curly hair like mine, and often asked if I had a permanent (pronounced paamu). One of my students told me my hair looked like a "macaroni" permanent, so I gave that style to Rie, the Gone With The Wind secretary (American Fuji, p.216).

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