Friday, May 28, 2010

Hair we go!

Good morning Company Girls. I thought I'd join in on Rachel Anne's discussion on hair.

If you would like to hear what she and other gals have to say on the matter head over to Company Girl Coffee.

It's funny, my mom and I were discussing hair issues this afternoon before I had a chance to read Rachel's post. Our topic was the "ex-hairstylist guilt" because she just switched from using her neighbor who cut her hair for five years to another salon stylist. She was thrilled with her new "stacked" hairstyle, even learning some new terminology, but had a sense of guilt for dropping her neighbor. I shared similar thoughts even though I haven't been using my stylist that long. My husband and I use the same gal. He gets a great cut but I get hit or miss. Last time it was a BIG miss and now I'm thinking of switching to another hairstylist in the same salon. I would feel bad if I see my old stylist since I don't want to hurt her feelings. I guess I could always schedule my cut on her day off.

So, that leads me to wonder- what is the proper etiquette when leaving your hairstylist? Anyone have thoughts or suggestions? I would love to hear it!


  1. I really hate confrontation, so I would probably either go to another salon or make sure to schedule my appt. when she isn't there. I'm a CHICKEN!

  2. Jen, I'm so with you. I HATE confrontation with a passion. I avoid it at all costs. That's pretty much what I was gonna advise so I laughed pretty good when I saw you'd written that.

  3. I'm with Jen on this too. Although I really don't go to the salon at all. I just posted Melody's hair cut story. =p

  4. Thanks ladies for your advice! I think I will consider a new salon. That way I don't have to worry about running into either stylists if I don't like their cuts. Cute story Joyce!

  5. I have been in the same situation - I went to an entirely new salon. It would of been 'awkward' to see my stylist - I would have no idea what to say if confronted.

    Thanks for making my shrimp! I did use uncooked shrimp and also unsweetened coconut flakes - which have a bit of natural sweetness to them.