What do people want more than anything during the stay at home orders? From the looks of things, a haircut. Washington Governor Jay Inslee gets haircuts from his wife but eagle-eyed locals aren't buying it.\n"My wife Trudi has been cutting my hair during the stay home order," wrote Inslee in an Instagram caption. "She is grateful so many of you noticed. #TrudisGotThisWA"\nWondering how 'scissorsgate' got started?\nIt didn't take long for skeptics to rise up and doubt Inslee's fresh looking home haircuts.\nTim Eyman, a rival candidate for Governor was one of the first to stir up the rumors.\nThe first lady even took a photo to try and show she actually cuts her husband's hair. But that didn't work either.\n"BTW Trudi doesn’t even seem to have any idea how to hold those hair shears ... seems like an obvious lie to me,” he wrote.\n“Hey Jay might wanna do your research next time you stage a photo,” said another person.\nView this post on Instagram My wife Trudi has been cutting my hair during the stay home order. She is grateful so many of you noticed. #TrudisGotThisWA A post shared by Governor Jay Inslee (@govinslee) on Apr 23, 2020 at 6:48pm PDT\nThe Daily News reported that several out of work Washington hair stylists also acknlowleged Trudi was holding the scissors the wrong way in the photo. How could she know how to cut her husband's hair?\nWith the state stay at home order in place, hair salons and barber shops are temporarily closed.\nGovernor Inslee recently extended the state's stay at home order through May 31. The order was originally intended to be lifted earlier this week on May 4.\nThe truth about Jay Inslee's haircuts revealed at 10am Tues on Facebook live. Also I have great news about 2 Jay Inslee lawsuits (https://t.co/QnL4yig1JC). - https://t.co/nVZVPsdSDj— Tim Eyman (@EymanTim) May 4, 2020\nHowever, the state is slowly reopening in phases with guidance from health officials.\nPhase one began on May 5, which allows some businesses to open their doors again with limited restrictions. This includes landscaping, auto dealerships, retail pick-up, car washes, and pet walkers.\nView this post on Instagram Tomorrow, we officially enter Phase 1 of Safe Start, our phased approach to reopening our economy. For more details, check my stories. A post shared by Governor Jay Inslee (@govinslee) on May 4, 2020 at 4:00pm PDT\nOutdoor activities such as golfing and fishing are also allowed with social distancing in place.