“What if they cut it all off? Like at the end of Tangled? I need my long hair!”
“I’m just telling them you need a trim,” I explained. “That’s a little bit of hair.” I held my thumb and index finger a little bit apart. “It’s like this much.”
Natalie gripped her hair. “I need it long like Rapunzel. Or I’ll cry.”
I gritted my teeth. I understood her concern but geez. “They won’t cut too much off.”
We headed to SuperCuts—I know I could have taken advantage of the free haircuts at JC Penney that is going on this month but I didn’t want to wait around for an appointment. At SuperCuts you can just walk in.
“Don’t cut a lot off. I need it long like Rapunzel,” Natalie told the hair stylist seriously.
“Of course,” the hair stylist replied, a little taken aback. She probably had taken a look at Natalie and thought, “She looks sweet!” And then after Natalie spoke she probably thought, “And she’s demanding!”
This was Natalie waiting to get her FIRST hair cut:
Yes. It was her FIRST ONE EVER.
I had never taken her because she always loved her long hair so I didn’t see the point. I only took her now because her ends looked dead and yuck.
She did really well.
Still long! Like Rapunzel.