As you can see, we still didn't removed all the dried blood from our ears 'cause we're still afraid of abeting infections. Furthermore people are more scared if they see the dried blood, ha, ha.
As far as we can estimate them with the stitches, the blood and the tape, it seems that Steve did a really good job and gave us the ears we wanted.
Today we'd like to write about washing your hair. Yes, it sucks. So the best thing would be if you have a person that can help you at least for the two weeks your ears aren't allowed getting wet. Especially the hairsections next to your ears can hardly handled alone. For you and your hair wash assistant cups are an adequate tool because they give you a better control about the amount of water you use than a shower head (don't know about your shower heads but our one needs a huge amount of water to work and that makes a broadening water jet). As we already mentioned in "Aftercare" dry shampoo is good to bridge and expand the time until the next hair-wash-day, so you don't have to go through this annoying procedure too much times. If you have the possibility to wear an undercut, do it ;) because as you can imagine for Sad it's much easier to wash and especially rinse his hair alone.
Drying your hairs is also difficult, 'cause you can't wrap a towel around you head without pushing on your ears. So just press your hair into the towel, scrub a bit and maybe use a hair blower and comb your hair back to avoid you wet hair touching your ears.
We wish you good luck ;)