Bets & Dares

New Girl in School

New Girl in School

The New Girl in School – Ants1234

Sherri had moved back east when her mom was divorced. She had been a popular girl in her California High School and was working as a part-time

Bad Hair

Bad Hair

“I just have the worst hair, Ellie. Sometimes I wish I had the guts to go for your hairdo.”

The woman with the long curly hair was speaking to a trim, sharp-featured woman in a c

Victim Mindy

Victim Mindy

Victim Mindy By DLBARGRILL

Anywhere along the line, if I had made another decision, I could have avoided what happened. I was naïve. I was stupid.

I also didn’t have that great

Wife's Revenge

Wife’s Revenge

A Wife’s Revenge – Raool

Debbie stood in front of the bathroom mirror and smoothed her eyebrows. She ran a brush through her short layered hair and gave it a liberal dousing of

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Take Me Out To The Ball Game by HeadBoy

Jenna flipped the burgers as she sang in front of the barbecue grill, ignoring the smoke that wafted into her eyes. The sun was not at it

London Tales III

London Tales III

London Tales III – LondonHair

As I’m sure many of you will remember, way back in the early eighties geometric haircuts were the in thing for many. With the advent of new romantic

Into the Heartland

Into the Heartland

Into the Heartland – DoctorB

In the ancient world men created the concept of ‘The Three Fates’ to explain the apparent randomness of their lives and to fix blame on some caprici

Saturday Shaving

Saturday Shaving

Saturday Shaving – Bob Barker

It was early on a Saturday morning when my new girlfriend was waking up. I had just finished growing my hair out from that last flattop. She said th

Carrie's Transformation

Carrie’s Transformation

Carrie’s Transformation by Sean O’Hare

Have you noticed how some women are long-haired women? My next client was one of those. Carrie Thompson. I had been styling her hair for ye

Sandy's Cut

Sandy’s Cut

SANDY’S CUT

Sandy was my nine o’clock appointment. Sandy’s appearance was atypical for my usual client. She was a biker. Not your big burly, beer bellied type, she was about five