Sunday, May 11, 2008

63rd Surfman Award: Poison Ivy Salon

Ever since the dawn of humans, hair has always played a big part in how we feel about ourselves. Cave men and women decorated their hair with shells, the Greeks coloured and decorated their hair with gold flakes and the surfman had a bowl cut till he was 13. Yes dear friends, my first real hair cut outside the family unit was on my 13th birthday. My grandfather who was a veteran of WW1 and WW2, owened an old style barber shop and cut my hair till I was @6, after that my mom used the bowl method till I was 13, hence my fear to this day of getting a haircut. I have gone years without scissors touching my hair, but of late I get one haircut a year, and quite short at that. Which leads me to the only place that I would trust to remove my locks are none other than POISON IVY SALON on Manning Street, just south of College. The staff are all very professional and nice... my last haircut was done by the wonderful Sabrina, a top knotch stylist who gives you exactly the hair style that you are seeking.
Excellent ambience and they even serve you coffee...10 surfboards up for Poison Ivy, your salon rocks!!!!


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home