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    Default Re: Why wash your hair in the sink?

    People get grossed out that hair is washed or even styled in the kitchen. I had no idea--because this was always much easier on my mother's back than bending over us in the bathroom. I had no idea this was gross to some people, until I started making videos on YouTube of myself working on my girls' hair in the kitchen. I received comments and messages that this was unsanitary. I have enough sense to keep the hair away from the food and to clean up after myself. There's more space and light. When the girls do their own hair, they work in the bathroom. If I am doing anything--it's in the kitchen.
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    Default Re: Why wash your hair in the sink?

    I don't like washing my hair in the shower because it is such a long process and I don't wanna be wet and shivering that long. So most of the time I wash my hair in the sink (but we have one in the laundry room) or leaning over the tub.
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    Default Re: Why wash your hair in the sink?

    Quote Originally Posted by NeverGiveup View Post
    People get grossed out that hair is washed or even styled in the kitchen. I had no idea--because this was always much easier on my mother's back than bending over us in the bathroom. I had no idea this was gross to some people, until I started making videos on YouTube of myself working on my girls' hair in the kitchen. I received comments and messages that this was unsanitary. I have enough sense to keep the hair away from the food and to clean up after myself. There's more space and light. When the girls do their own hair, they work in the bathroom. If I am doing anything--it's in the kitchen.
    I am one of those people. It is how I was raised so I find it unsanitary to do or wash hair where meals are prepared. I don't see how it can be okay....but that's just me.

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    Default Re: Why wash your hair in the sink?

    I thought only youtubers did this to show the audience how they wash their hair. had NO idea people did this for real. never heard of it.

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