Brandy's wedding was my main inspiration for cleaning up our locks. Hannah's role as flower girl seemed like a good reason for a haircut, and my inability to make my own presentable was a dang good reason for my own cut so I made us both appointments for that afternoon and saved myself the time of washing, drying, and attempting to beautify mine and Hannah's hair.
We ended up at Balance since Mary Cate had a great haircut from there a few weeks earlier and highly recommended Jessica. I scheduled Hannah for the same time with Ken who also came highly recommended, especially for kid haircuts, and we had our first mommy/daughter spa day!
Jessica freed up first which was perfect since it meant Hannah got to watch me get started. When it was her turn, she settled right into the hair washing station with no trouble. (Since I was busy getting my own hair all did up, Eric was master paparazzi for the majority of this photo shoot.)
Ken got right to work evening out all of my uneven cuts and chopping dead ends. Hannah, stoic as usual, remained serious and mostly still.
I must have been annoying trying to watch Hannah out of the corner of my eye because Jessica offered to spin my chair so that I could watch Hannah while she dried my hair. Only a mama never tires of the Hannah-getting-a-haircut show.
Knowing that we were heading to a wedding in which Hannah was the flower girl, Ken awesomely offered to curl her hair.
In the meantime, if you need someone to cut your kids' hair, we heart Ken at Balance!