I will not render unto Caesar
February 10, 2013 10:29 AM Subscribe
Help me communicate better with my sons' barber. It's time for haircuts and I don't want to regret the results.
posted by ambrosia to clothing, beauty, & fashion (21 answers total)
Every time I take my two sons to get their hair cut, they wind up with no bangs in front. They look better with a little something on the forehead, and I'm struggling to figure out what to say to keep them from walking out with the aforementioned Caesar cut. They will ask "boy's haircut?" and I will say "yes, but please leave it longer in the front" and "please don't cut the bangs very short" and then the guy nods and we wind up with this
. By the time they have some bangs again, they are just shaggy everywhere else (example
Googling gives me a bajillion photos, but I think I need different words. An anti-caesar, if you will.
When the barber says "boy's haircut?" how should I respond to get the desired results?