The first Scottish minister changed her profession. On self-isolation from a politician, she turned into a hairdresser: she made a haircut and dyed her hair.
Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon was forced to become her own hairdresser. Her personal stylist Julie McGuire came home to a client, left the necessary arsenal of tools on the doorstep of the house, and returned to her room.
Sturgeon contacted the stylist via video and began decisive action under her strict guidance. The Telegraph writes that the First Minister of Scotland was able not only to cut and mill the bangs but also to remove the volume from the regrown hair.
But she did not stop there. The politician mixed the paint, choosing a darker shade than the one she preferred before. The stylist helped her determine the proportions of the dyes and managed the procedure online.
The result is quite decent. Then Julie McGuire invited the client to leave the tools at home, suddenly they will still be needed. She exclaimed: “Oh no, not that!”