"Ima, feel how soft my hair is." How many times have we said/heard our girl friends say this? "Ima my hair is so smooth today, I used extra conditioner." She has thick hair and it gets knotty; I tell her to use double. "Ima, <boy friend> is going to love it..." Huh? "He tells me... Continue Reading →
Question: Why is it that whenever an Israeli cuts my hair I end up with a Russian haircut? Note, I don't mean the crazy short, hot-red kind. I mean the long layer in the back, thick shorter layer in the front. Also note, it seems to be a universal phenomenon, no matter if the hair cutter is a... Continue Reading →
When I think of 'Israeli Innovation' here are some of the associations I make: micro chips water purification desert irrigation swallow-able pill-cameras Google, Intel, IBM R&D centers Uzis What I don't think of is... hair conditioner. I did pretty well though for 10 shekel. Product of the year!
Hi everybody! I'd like you to meet Dreadlock. He's about a month old and has already made himself quite comfortable atop Koala's normally thin, straight 'do. The plan for Koala's hair is to grow it until he reaches age 3, as is the custom in many Chassidish families. Partly for that reason, and partly because... Continue Reading →