April Fools Day obviously suits us perfectly as the start of something so revolutionary and life changing.
And, in keeping with His great mercy, the Lord has already blessed our efforts. I ran into a friend last week whose daughter is studying at the Redken Hair Academy.
Time to cut Rachel’s hair.
I cut all the boys’ hair in the family so we save money in that department (thankfully none of them, including Tim, are particular about their hair). The girls, however, are a different story. The expectations for us to look beautiful are higher. It’s a burden we’re willing to bear, with grace of course. Rachel and Sarah both have long hair and only need the occasional trim. I tend to splurge on the rare, but expensive, cut and color.
Have I mentioned recently how lovely it is to have daughters?
What are the beauty academy prices, you ask? Well, let me share with you:
Hair Cuts – $9
Children’s Cuts – $5
Highlights – $29
Those fees are amazing!! I immediately made an appointment for both Rachel and myself. I figured if the haircut turned out well, I could go back for highlights.
Nothing like a fresh cut to improve the day.
Rachel and I were tickled with the ambiance and setting of the hair institute. The academy was professional and tasteful in decor and atmosphere. It felt more like a busy, fashionable salon than a school. Krista did a beautiful job. She was confident and friendly, taking care to listen to our requests and talk through different hair style possibilities. At each step an instructor came by to monitor and approve the work. Rachel and I were thrilled with our extremely affordable and gorgeous new looks. Krista even gave us a tip on the styling brush she used – $7 at Sally Beauty Supplies.
Rachel’s new style is fresh and funky.
Redken Professional Academy definitely works for us! Stop by Rocks in My Dryer for other links, tips and ideas.
Project 366 – Day 92