Helpful Hair Salon Teaches Dedicated Dads How to Style Their Daughter's Hair
Envogue Salon - located in Denver, Colorado - has begun to offer a workshop for dads to learn how to do their daughters’ hair. The event is called “Beer and Braids” and is such a rad way to offer a bonding father-daughter evening while teaching dads some useful skills!
The salon charges $55 for one-on-one lessons for up to six fathers on how to do braids, buns, and ponytails. At the end of the workshop, a mini runway show is held and the father deemed most accomplished by the hairstylists wins a six-pack of beer as a prize.
Envogue's owner Calli Hueble-Bodilis recalls how one father was so nervous that his hands were shaking the entire time. “They’re definitely intimidated by the braids, and the ponytail can be the hardest,” she told Yahoo Beauty. “The guys’ hands are so big, and with their tiny daughters, the dads get frustrated.”
Hueble-Bodilis' husband was actually inspired to organise the event because his business partner was late to a meeting – on account of him not knowing how to do his daughters' hair: “It was a disaster,” Hueble-Bodilis tells Yahoo Beauty. “He had never even brushed his daughters’ hair before.”
Since the first "Beer and Braids" class was an instant hit, the salon is already planning to do more events in the future. In fact, Hueble-Bodilis wants to prepare a mother-daughter hairstyling night because dads aren't the only ones who are clueless when it comes to all things hair.