So, with the help of some Youtube tutorials, I found the courage to try to cut his hair by myself, at home. It wasn't easy, it wasn't perfect, it was funny and time consuming, but we made it, haha. I need more practice though, it wasn't done well. So yesterday, before going to church, I had to put gel on his hair so it would stick and the badly done haircut could be hidden. haha. Well, for now, at least, his hair's shorter.
I think it's a lot better to do it this way than to take him to the barber shop for now. At least this one's inexpensive and I'll learn to cut hair as well! haha. Pwede na ako magpatayo ng barber shop pag na perfect ko 'to. lol!
Behold, the before and after haircut :)
Because of Nate's previous horrible experience in a kiddie parlor during his last haircut, I know he would not want to be taken to the barber shop (kiddie or adult) anymore. Problem is, his hair's too long already. I have no choice but to "learn" (or I think) "try" to cut his hair. The key was 1 full jar of chocolate, 1 full jar of Stick-O, and a pocketful of "uto" so we could finish the session. haha. My first DIY haircut attempt was successful but don't ask about the result, lol! I'm so sorry Nate, hayaan mo na, hahaba naman uli yang buhok mo e. hahaha! #pahak #dipantay #gupitpamore
Posted by Nilyn EC Matugas on Saturday, April 2, 2016
Nate with his lola and tita on our way to church yesterday.
Do you cut your child's hair? How did your first haircut experience go?