Saturday, November 26, 2005

Do you believe...?

Look what I did!

They said it would take two hours. Instead it took five. And I hve to go back on Wednesday to complete the job. It only cost $80,000 though and it'll be really good when it's all done.

What do you think?


At November 26, 2005 6:18 a.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...


Were you born with that straight hair?

At November 26, 2005 10:44 a.m. , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jess, It looks beautiful. What do they have to do on Wednesday? How come they are so skilled at straightening hair in Korea, when there are few people with curly hair? Where is the product made? How much is 80,000 won? I think I will come just to get my hair done. Mom

At November 26, 2005 12:14 p.m. , Blogger Jessica said...

No siree!

Thanks Mum, so the only way to get you here is for the hair styling, eh? Great!!!

At November 27, 2005 8:12 a.m. , Blogger Margie said...

Looks Awesome Jessica!!! Funny how we always want what we don't have, I'd give anything for a few curls.
I was thinking the same thing as your Mom though... how much call can there be for hair straightening in a country with few curly haired people? makes ya kinda go "hmmmmmmmmmmmm"

At November 27, 2005 9:15 a.m. , Blogger Jessica said...

Hi Margie! Long time no see! I think that Koreans have a little more variation in their hair than we would guess. Frizz, some curl, etc. And this process takes the frizz away and makes it silky and smooth, so I guess that's the draw. Amazing that it would work on both them and me. Hopefully it continues to work on me!!!


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