what to do in shanghai? sightsee, eat, shop, snack, and shop some more. oh and even get a haircut at a local salon. yup, that’s exactly what i did!
after telling the receptionist at our hotel that i liked her hair and desperately needed a haircut, she recommended her stylist and secured an appointment with him for that same evening…
now i’m sporting a fobby, sassy haircut with straight across bangs (think china doll!) it was definitely an experience that i won’t forget and thanks to my hubby for capturing it with these snapshots. i feel like i’ve been touched by a true artist. thank you jones!
What I wore today:
- an overdue haircut (i finally caved as i was trying to grow out my hair)
- long, dry, lifeless hair
- even longer bangs that desperately needed a trim
Why I love it:
- my hair stylist goes by one name only and it’s “Jones”
- my hair stylist wore dark rimmed glasses with no lenses
- my haircut only cost 108 RMB (~$15) which included shampoo, cut, deep conditioning scalp massage, shoulder and neck massage and blow dry!