|On Milad Tower with my son|
Then I have my hair done. It takes a while so I have all the time to look at the other women. I think I'm the only one here who didn't ask for a complex cut or arrangement! No wonder that Iranians women always show perfect hairs under their loose fashionable scarves.
But the part I prefer is the face epilation by the traditional Persian technic: facial hairs are grabbed by the action of two yarns quickly moved by hands. It requires a great skill and results in a massage of the whole face, a little painful but so nice. The whole face is perfectly clean after it.
Last but not least... the eybrows. In Iran you'll hardly see a women who didn't have them done. I seldom do, very seldom... but I must admit that well shaped eybrows make a woman's look really charming. In spite of this, I decline the invite to chose a eybrows style and just ask for a cleaner simple line.
I'm feeling extremely beautiful when we leave, but my friend think I'm a too serious woman: "You should have tried some meches" she says "Or a different cut... or a more seductive eybrows style..." I laugh: "Hey hey...! I don't mean to be seductive!", "Ok ok! Let's go home, and tonight we'll have dinner out by Tabiat bridge. But before I'll take you to see Tehran from above, on Milad Tower".