The move to New York City continues to present challenges for Judy Mozes, who is striving to establish a new routine in the big city. Her first task: finding a good hair salon.
“It's been a week since I last washed my hair," she confesses to the camera in the third episode of the web series Judy and the Big City.
"Salons here charge around a hundred bucks plus tip for a blowout. So, I'm going to search for something a bit more affordable. A lot, a whole lot more affordable. If not, I'll have to walk around with my hair in its natural state, and it's not a pretty sight, so to say.” Spoiler alert: She appears to have found the perfect place.
However, a video from her good friend, public relations guru Aliza Zana, dampens her elevated mood and gives her a bad case of FOMO. “They're having lunch and I must say it upset me a little. It sort of stings that I'm not there because I know that normally, there's no chance I wouldn't be there, and the fact that everything goes on without us… Life goes on and everything is fine. I can't say that it doesn't bother me.”
Also, why do Americans love standing in line so much and how to find the places that suit you best in the city, from the supermarket to the gym, to the neighborhood café. Watch the full episode at the top of the article.