My husband and two of his work colleagues did incredibly well and raised over £700 for Macmillan Cancer Support by braving the shave. A hairdresser friend kindly donated her time and did the honours. I took some pictures mid-shave and my husband looked a bit like a monk but he was soon completely bald.
The first night I went to sleep I had to do a double take as I thought there was another man in bed with me!!! But I am getting used to it now, I actually think it suits him and its definitely a lot quicker in the mornings, he doesn’t need to try and tame his hair before work, applying gel and running a comb through his wild mane!
He is cold though so I have been thinking about ordering him a hat. We have had colds lately and we need to stay well. It’s that time of year and if you don’t wrap up well your bound to get ill, the weather has been quite bitter here.
I am a bit clueless when it comes to men’s fashion so did a quick search online. I would prefer he had a beanie as opposed to a baseball cap and want it to look relatively stylish so he will wear it and stop the chill. I am not adverse to a bit of men’s designer brands if need be. He used to be crazy about French Connection in his pre-married days, although I think he has accepted that his clothing budget has shrunk considerably since then.
Mind you this hat in the Black Friday sales isn’t too pricey considering the established name! £33.95 is a fair price and a well deserved treat for my man, I am proud of his achievement, it’s a decent sum for charity that AND it takes guts to go bald if you are used to having hair. I know I would find it incredibly hard to do it myself.