I Got My First Haircut Since New York Shutdown In March

It is the little things in life that we take for granted. Like for instance, getting a haircut. Normally I would go every four weeks to get my hair cut but having to shutdown the state back in March put a stop to my regular routine.

So my hair grew.

Now my hair doesn't simply grow down. It transforms into a giant pile of curls. It is ridiculous, honestly. I was very lucky to have gotten may hair cut just before the shutdown, but at this point I went all of April and May so it was getting a bit long.

Then it happened.

My Barber texted me Monday night and said "Wanna get aa haircut?"

It was happening. I was going to get a haircut and my excitement was through the roof.

Once we New York opened for Phase Two on Wednesday I was there. In the chair at Tiffany's Barber Shop in Glenmont getting my usual cut. It was glorious.

I will tell you there are rules you have to follow.

  • You have to wear a mask
  • Don't even walk in without a mask on
  • Use hand sanitizer stations they have set up
  • One customer per barber

So get out there and tame those manes, New York.

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