Oh yes, it’s one of my secret “shames,” although I’m not ashamed by it. It’s just something that I will have to deal with every time I go get my hair cut.
Now, your first thought might be, oh, it must be a guy then. And I understand your train of thought. I’d probably go there too.
But you would be wrong.
The place that I go to has only women hairdressers, at least I think that’s the case. Not that I would care either way. I just don’t go very often.
So your second thought probably is, you must be into girls then. And that makes some sense, right?
But that thought is also wrong.
So, what is it then?
Well, for as long as I can remember, I’ve always liked my skin softly touched. Not a tickle per se since those are often rough, but something light enough that it gives me goosebumps and makes me feel good.
In other words, it’s a turn-on for me. Not exclusively a sexual one. In fact, this form of stimulation has nothing to do with anything relating to sex, although it can heighten my arousal if done right.
It just feels good.
But what does this have to do with getting my hair cut?
Well, as we all know, the beauticians have to touch and mess with your hair as they trim and cut it back to its usual style. And that means touching your head.
But this didn’t happen to me until sometime last year, I believe.
It was a typical session, and as she played with my hair, her acrylic nails kept brushing against my scalp. And before I knew it, my skin felt all tingling, and I had to keep my composure. After all, I didn’t want to risk making her feel uncomfortable.
It’s funny because it had never happened before. Not when I was bringing my pixie cut back to its normal length, and not at that salon. So it was a surprise for me.
And the girl was obviously experienced with cutting pixie styles for women, which isn’t always the case, and you can tell, so all and all, it was a good day for me.
And I didn’t think about much after a couple of days.