Righting a Wrong

Sunday August 16, 2009
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After the hair razing disaster last week, we finally got to “Miss Annie’s” to try and do something to clean up Wendy’s shorn locks.

It’s hard to hide bangs cut to the scalp, but she did the best she could with what she had to work with.  While it doesn’t look perfect, it is an improvement.  And as they say, time heals all bad haircuts.

Speaking of Miss Annie, if you have a little one in the Arlington area, I highly recommend Miss Annie.  She is the owner of Westover Barber Shop and has been cutting kids hair … well … longer than I’ve had kids.   If you look in the background of my shots, you’ll see that her walls are covered with pictures of kids whose hair she has cut.

She does a great job, even with cranky babies.  I took Adam in for a trim  a few weeks back, when he was going through his stranger anxiety phase.   He cried and squirmed and I was going to call it off before she started, but she got a snip in here and a snip in there and before he knew it, she had it done.

The fact that she also has fresh popcorn and kid videos doesn’t hurt any either.

Westover Barbershop
5910 N Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 241-9312

Annie cuts hair M-W-F and Sat.  I believe kid cuts cost $14.

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2 Responses to Righting a Wrong

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    Michele says:

    How’s W. feeling about it all now? It’ll be grown out in no time.

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    elizabethk says:

    Fairly new to your blog – mama to 3 boys. Miss Annie did a fantastic job on what looked liked missing bangs. Wished we lived near her. 😀 I don’t know if it is a girl thing – but I have never had one yet interested in clipping their own hair – probably cause my hub keeps them shorn pretty short as it is.

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