Sue, thank you for choosing me to be on your Guest Post today. I am honoured and humbled.
As anyone who takes one look at my unruly mop will realise, I seldom sit in the hairdresser’s chair. Christine Hannon, however, wielded the scissors and a sympathetic ear for many years. A hairdresser will hear many stories, but it is less often that they share their own. Christine Hannon has been a model, hairdresser and make-up artist and she shares her own story in her book, “A Hairdresser’s Diary” which gives a glimpse of a life lived in front of a mirror.
“Hairdressing is an act of transformation. We search for the hairdresser that can change us with just the right cut, just the right style. When we find our hairdresser, we make a new friend, often telling them stories about our lives that we don’t share with everyone. They become the keeper of our diary. Sometimes we wonder what the world looks like from their eyes. The Hairdresser’s…
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