Sunday, December 2, 2007

Shave and a Haircut, Two Turkish Lira

As promised, here are the pictures from my Turkish haircut experience:

Midway through the process. I considered leaving it like this, but decided to let him continue.

Half an hour later, the guy seemed like he was finally done cutting, and this is what we were left with.

Now begins the styling process. This is Phase One, which oddly took place before the shampooing. Note the older brother in the matching sweater in the background, searching men's hairstyling magazines for inspiration

My first shampooing by a dude! The water here practically came out of the faucet boiling. My face is melting.

Big Bro steps in for Phase Two of styling. He is currently adding three different kinds of hair product. To get the full effect, imagine this picture going on for thirty minutes.

I look to the future with great optimism. What will this haircut bring me?!

The final creation. Take note of the horns on either side of my forehead. Those were gone two seconds after this picture was taken.

And now, since I didn't have any on my own camera and therefore couldn't show you them earlier, Whirling Dervishes!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hey. Looking Good t-boy ~~