My wife that hair

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About this series: Free Press sports columnist Jeff Seidel is writing stories to put a human face on the novel coronavirus pandemic in Michigan. If you know someone Seidel should write about, him at jseidel freepress.

Barber shops and hair salons are closed because of stay-at-home orders because of the coronoavirus pandemic , which makes total sense. But now everybody is starting to look a little messy. This is a small price to pay to flatten the curve, while our bangs grow floppy, but the ramifications are obvious. This state has turned into a giant messy bun with grey roots — oh, you know who you are, and so do the people you are Zooming with. I needed a haircut before the world came to a screeching halt and Dr. Anthony Fauci became my hero. Come to think of it, who is cutting Dr.

He always looks so smart, composed and well groomed. As the days have turned into weeks — and a month feels like another year — the problem has turned into an unsightly mess. More: Michigan woman fighting cancer stepped onto her porch. And the most beautiful thing happened. My son Nick, who has a full head of hair, was in a far bigger predicament. He came home from school with one of those college-student haircuts that looks like there was a small squirrel sitting atop his head.

After a few weeks, it looked like that squirrel had been electrocuted. So my daughter tried cutting his hair. She pushed some clippers through his mop but it kept snagging, like she was trying to cut wet grass and the mower kept getting bogged down.

It was a beard trimmer. So we went to Meijer and found some clippers next to the hair dryers. It was the only one left. And it came with a nifty travel bag. I was ecstatic. It felt like the day I woke up early and waited for Costco to open — 10th in line, not to brag or anything — and snagged some toilet paper. And the most beautiful thing happened ].

It's been different, having everybody in my family working from home. My wife has a make-shift office set up on the dining room table. And both my son and daughter are doing internships and taking online college classes in their bedrooms. I did it. I cut my own hair. I'll say, it's not as hard as it looks, but the finished product is certainly not professional grade. HaircutChallenge HaircutAtHome hairstyle pic. I sat on a chair and put a towel around my shoulders.

My wife was holding the clippers with an evil grin, like she was about to weed whack the front yard. My wife and daughter were digging through the nifty travel bag, trying to find different sized clipper guards. Drip, drip. Yes, that's a pro tip for all who are about to try this at home — and that's basically everybody. Things were buzzing and people were moving all around me like a choreographed team, and it felt like I was being worked on by a pit crew at the Daytona , getting a tire change.

There's only so much to watch with no sports on TV. So they started cutting his hair, kind of making it up as they went. A little off this side. A little off that side because — whoops — look that other side is a little bit longer. So they cut a little. Sometimes grimacing.

Sometimes laughing. Actually, a whole lot of laughing. Contact Jeff Seidel: jseidel freepress. Follow him on Twitter seideljeff. To read his recent columns, go to freep. Facebook Twitter . I let my wife cut my hair. I might never go back to a barber again. Jeff Seidel Detroit Free Press. Show Caption. Hide Caption. Are hair cuts really necessary, and will a trim really help your hair grow?

My wife that hair

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