The First Official StruttsWife Road Show *UPDATED w/ PICS*

i wanna be on the struttswife tour bus! (as an assistant maybe?)
Originally Posted by misfitcurls
OH! Are we assigning jobs? Can I be the tour manager? I'll book all the stops and appointments and such!
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soooooo....when does that put you in California????
Originally Posted by sassysuzanne
My exact question.

Inquiring minds want to know.

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soooooo....when does that put you in California????
Originally Posted by sassysuzanne
My exact question.

Inquiring minds want to know.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
I'll third that!!
soooooo....when does that put you in California????
Originally Posted by sassysuzanne
My exact question.

Inquiring minds want to know.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
I'll third that!!
Originally Posted by evamophead
I'll forth that!!
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My exact question.

Inquiring minds want to know.
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
I'll third that!!
Originally Posted by evamophead
I'll fourth that!!
Originally Posted by Jess the Mess
Fifth!!!!

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that's awesome! If you every do an orlando or daytona trip please let me know! I'd love to be there!
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OK...so now I'm getting realllly nervous that SW will go on this major world wide extravaganza and will never make it back to St Pete...will I have to leave my job & family and become a roadie?
Come to the Northeast!!!
Originally Posted by whatsercurl
+1 Although Del and I would have to lie to John.
Originally Posted by xcptnl
+2
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i wanna be on the struttswife tour bus! (as an assistant maybe?)
Originally Posted by misfitcurls
Sorry, misfit. I already have dibbs on the personal assistant thing!
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You all are so funny...I love you guys

Knowing how I am, I'd probably need more than one assistant for a tour bus show. omg... the thought just occurred to me: a tour bus? Would there be enough bathroom space for all the curly roadies on something like that??? Can you imagine the news headlines?

As far as other "road shows": never say never. Of course, Marni's friend proactively put this all together and did all the work; all I have to do is show up. I figure if anyone elsewhere is truly serious about me traveling to another area and wants to talk about organizing something for real, I'll get an email or PM about it sooner or later

I am really excited about doing this although right now, quite frankly, I am doing little but looking forward to my vacation (July 4 - 14). I love what I do, but this girl with curls needs to seriously rest and recharge for a bit.
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You all really are amazing and yes, Tiffany, you do have a huge fan club and I am so excited I'm in on the first official tour!!
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The tour bus will have to be just one huge bathroom on wheels with countertops that roll out for all the hair products.

All the roadies could play games like pulling a product out of a hat and having to use it, no matter what. Wow, hair nerd.
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Tiffany, let me just say, BAY AREA!

A couple of months back I suggested you go on a cross-country bus tour cutting hair and giving curly cutting classes, and you said you'd need to get licensed in each state. Do you think there is any way to creatively work around that problem? We would all love to help you make the cross-country tour a reality!
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after you hit cali you have to come up to the northeast! there isn't even a stylist listed within 500ish miles from me! come up to idaho please! i think someone else mentioned they wanted one in idaho too!
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Tiffany, let me just say, BAY AREA!

A couple of months back I suggested you go on a cross-country bus tour cutting hair and giving curly cutting classes, and you said you'd need to get licensed in each state. Do you think there is any way to creatively work around that problem? We would all love to help you make the cross-country tour a reality!
Originally Posted by RozettaStone
That might not take much...I grew up in CA (Santa Barbara) and SF remains one of my favorite cities in the world

As far as the licensing, I'm a creative kind of gal...I might could figure something out
- Tiffany
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Sulfate- and non-water soluble silicone-free since 04/22/2002
3B, brunette: medium texture, low porosity, high density

Tiffany, let me just say, BAY AREA!

A couple of months back I suggested you go on a cross-country bus tour cutting hair and giving curly cutting classes, and you said you'd need to get licensed in each state. Do you think there is any way to creatively work around that problem? We would all love to help you make the cross-country tour a reality!
Originally Posted by RozettaStone
That might not take much...I grew up in CA (Santa Barbara) and SF remains one of my favorite cities in the world

As far as the licensing, I'm a creative kind of gal...I might could figure something out
Originally Posted by StruttsWife
Yay! Come to sf! I'll just go visit my sister during that time!!

Mix of 3s, thick, coarse, medium porosity

Current hair styling technique: rake with a scrunch at the end. (works with my coarse hair)

http://public.fotki.com/curlymix/
pw: curls

Known HGs: KCCC, homemade fsg, honey
Tiffany, let me just say, BAY AREA!

A couple of months back I suggested you go on a cross-country bus tour cutting hair and giving curly cutting classes, and you said you'd need to get licensed in each state. Do you think there is any way to creatively work around that problem? We would all love to help you make the cross-country tour a reality!
Originally Posted by RozettaStone
That might not take much...I grew up in CA (Santa Barbara) and SF remains one of my favorite cities in the world

As far as the licensing, I'm a creative kind of gal...I might could figure something out
Originally Posted by StruttsWife
What does having a license allow you to do, technically? If it's getting paid to cut/style/whatever hair, perhaps your fans could pay to be "part of the tour" instead of individual cuts?
Not Cindy or Sindy or Syndey or any other such abomination.
It's Sydney, like Australia.
Formerly known as SydneyCurl.
Tiffany, let me just say, BAY AREA!

A couple of months back I suggested you go on a cross-country bus tour cutting hair and giving curly cutting classes, and you said you'd need to get licensed in each state. Do you think there is any way to creatively work around that problem? We would all love to help you make the cross-country tour a reality!
Originally Posted by RozettaStone
That might not take much...I grew up in CA (Santa Barbara) and SF remains one of my favorite cities in the world

As far as the licensing, I'm a creative kind of gal...I might could figure something out
Originally Posted by StruttsWife
Yay! Come to sf! I'll just go visit my sister during that time!!
Originally Posted by Curlyminx
yep, SF is good only about an hour away....
Suzanne

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What does having a license allow you to do, technically? If it's getting paid to cut/style/whatever hair, perhaps your fans could pay to be "part of the tour" instead of individual cuts?
Originally Posted by SydneyCurl
Now there's a creative solution

*sigh* I haven't been to SF in forever.
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3B, brunette: medium texture, low porosity, high density

I love SF, haven't been in quite a while. 8 hours isn't a bad drive.
But, SW, if you ever want to visit Oregon, I could arrange for the use of a salon...just an idea...
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