Shaggy customers are happy to return to the salon
Sarah Babcock highlights her mother Maryann's hair at Hair Unique in Mystic Thursday, April 8, 2021. Owner Kathy Couture said women fared better than men during the pandemic. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Stylist Anna Lucas gives Pam Arguelles a haircut at Hair Unique in Mystic Thursday, April 8, 2021. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)
Published April 09. 2021 12:21PM
By Ann Baldelli
Alexis Dudden estimates her hair has grown almost 8 inches since her last appointment with her stylist more than 13 months ago.
"It's so long, I look like I'm in the seventh grade again," said the professor of history at the University of Connecticut who lives in Noank and will turn 52 soon. "It's so long, it looks the same as my forsythia. It hasn't been this long since I was in the seventh grade."