Finally I managed to get Linnea to the hairdresser today for a trim. Her hair was in deep need of a bit of a tidy up, I can't even remember when we last took her...
Anyway, since we came straight from school and she had been running around getting sweaty all day, I asked if they could just quickly wash her hair before cutting.
I never stop to amaze at the way they do it here - IN the chair! Which Linnea obviously thought was hilarious, since it was the first time she had it done at a salon.
Another picture of the same thing, here's Beenal the other day. Our kids had a birthday party at one of the indoor play parks in the Mall; so we took the opportunity to have our hair done at the same time! Life of leisure I tell you!
But now I'm seriously curious, is this common practice anywhere else..? Washing your hair sitting up in the chair? And with all that foamy stuff? Maybe I just haven't traveled enough, because I have never had this done neither in Europe or Australia/NZ.
It's not at all that I prefer one or the other, either way is fine with me. I'm just curious as to why they do it this way here? Please enlighten me!