The gentleman walked into Alberta’s Delmar College of Hair and Esthetics and told director Carrie Hannah that he wanted to learn how to use the curling wand.
His wife’s vision was failing and she keeps burning herself as a result, so he was looking for a few tips.
The man was paired with a student and mannequin and was taught how to operate the curling wand and protect his wife’s skin. He also asked for tips on applying her mascara.
The adorable OAP also asked for tips on applying her mascara.
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Carrie said: “My staff and students were so touched by his sincere wish to help his wife of 50 plus years.
“He lovingly pulled pictures from his wallet, showing everyone his wife, and boasted about how beautiful and talented she has always been.
“Her appearance has always been something she has taken pride in and it’s important to her so therefore important to him.”
“He is turning 80 in May, and I think he is also a very brave man for stepping into a hair college and asking for lessons on styling hair, as I don’t think too many men would do that.
“In an age of staged social media photos, it was really great to see an authentic real human gesture of love.”
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Since his initial visit, both the man and his wife have visited the college to express their gratitude to everyone there.
Carrie said, “They’re both impressed with his new professional skills. And her hair is looking great!”
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