Here is my review for Star Trek Picard S01E06
It is very difficult for me to talk about haircuts. And this is because I am balding or bald as some people would say. My hair has two problems – my hairline is receding at an alarming pacing and I have a big bald spot that is growing at the top of my head. I call it the no front office and no godown look.
I have always had a large forehead. I guess it’s genetic from my mom’s side of the family. I used to be able to cover it without attempting to because I used to grow my hair longish – never shoulder length but close to it. My hair just naturally covered it up and sometimes, even if I comb it to the side, it would just flop over my forehead. Not so much anymore.
However I haven’t had a haircut in ages. It has been a few months and the hair on my sides and the back are kinda long. It’s irritating too as it is hot and sweaty and I hate when my hair is matted with sweat and just clings to my skin or covers my ears. I get annoyed. So I am long overdue a hair cut which will remove most of the grey I have on the sides but enhance my balding head a lot more. Argh!
Hmmm, ok. These are just my ideas and thoughts but let’s give it a whirl.
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