worst salon expeirence ?

kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
What's the worst thing a hair dresser has done to your hair?
One time a stylist thinned my hair without telling me, brushed it straight and put me under the hood dryer...it didn't turn out good

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  • PadraiginPadraigin Posts: 36Registered Users
    Two weeks before my wedding, I had a hair dresser "slither" my hair. It was bad, really bad. I went to a different salon to get it fixed as much as possible before the wedding. But a lot of damage was done. This was 19 years ago, and I was a lot curlier back then.
  • kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
    Padraigin wrote: »
    Two weeks before my wedding, I had a hair dresser "slither"
    What the heck is slither? That sounds really creepy
  • PadraiginPadraigin Posts: 36Registered Users
    Slithering was basically sliding the scissors down the length of random sections of my hair. Here is an explanation. It may work for some, but it was a disaster for my hair. I didn't request him to thin out my hair, but I guess he thought it was too poofy.........Techniques for hair pointing, hair slithering and point cutting
  • kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
    The same thing happened to me! A stylist thinned my hair without telling me
  • claudine191claudine191 Posts: 8,221Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
  • Keltey1031Keltey1031 Posts: 115Registered Users
    kyahail wrote: »
    The same thing happened to me! A stylist thinned my hair without telling me

    Sent from my cave

    This happened to me with the last stylist I saw. Went to her on recommendation from a curly-haired customer at my work as I didn't want to see my old stylist who I saw pre-CG that would flat iron, dry cut, and thin my hair. Everything was going well with the new stylist until she started shearing my hair! She didn't say anything until she saw my eyes were as big as saucers...and only then it was something about how thick my hair was/it needing to lose some weight? No one in the entire salon had a diffuser so she put me under a hooded dryer. That was two months ago and my hair's still trying to recover.
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  • zpiezpie Posts: 2Registered Users
    I took my 11 year old in for a "trim". The hairdresser used thinning shears on her poor hair. It's an un-even mess now.
    I feel horrible and want to give my daugther some guidance and encouragement for getting through this.

    How long did it take for your hair to recover from the thinning shears?
  • princess_08princess_08 Posts: 59Registered Users
    Where do I start lol .... being asked constantly do I straighten my hair and if I considered straightening it I find offensive, once a hairdresser straightened my hair without telling me and when I asked why told me she needed to so she could see if it was cut properly
    Another annoying thing is one hairdresser blowdried my hair without a diffuser and left it even more dry and fizzy than it wad before I went in which took some effort
  • DaniGirl88DaniGirl88 Posts: 1,583Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Asking me why I don't straighten it, offering to straighten it, then chopping into it and not really doing what I asked. I would often end up with the dreaded triangle shape and would have to keep getting it trimmed every month or so. It got expensive, I was frustrated. Taking too much off and causing my hair to be uneven (which is bad because my curls are uneven naturally as some curls are tighter than others).
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  • kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
    What is it with hairdressers and always wanting to straighten hair?
  • chupiechupie Posts: 5,280Registered Users Curl Connoisseur
    My poor best friend has 2c fine hair. She went for an inch off and a little more movement tonight and came out a good 3 inches shorter with uber über hacked in layers then the stylist back combed this awful bump in the back of the crown. Omg. So bad. I rushed over after work and she washed it and I styled it wavy. It is ok but just omg way too short and layered. I feel so bad for her.
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  • kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
    I haven't been to a hair dresser since I was bald (over a year ago) and now I'm really scared to find one lol
  • AngelaE8654AngelaE8654 Posts: 1,099Banned Users Curl Neophyte
    kyahail wrote: »
    What's the worst thing a hair dresser has done to your hair?
    One time a stylist thinned my hair without telling me, brushed it straight and put me under the hood dryer...it didn't turn out good

    Thankfully, there's nothing a hair dresser has "done" to my hair that was awful (I am REALLY watchful while they're working on my hair) but my hair dresser kept wanting me to color and highlight my hair. I have natural strawberry blonde hair that's NEVER been colored in my entire almost 49 years and it has tons and tons of "sparkle" and highlights that are natural. My husband calls it "magic hair" because it changes shade based on the light. Why would she think I would need to color or highlight my hair?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

    Oh wait...let me edit that. When I was a teenager and I had long, one-length hair a friend who was several years older cut my hair which turned out pretty good except for one big cut all across the back of my head that didn't match anything else. Kind of like a "shelf" in my hair. Seems like it took FOREVER to grow that out. LOL She was going to try to layer my hair but couldn't figure it out after creating that "shelft" thing. :D
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    I'm definitely a "curly" 2c. Sometimes curly and sometimes just wavy upper layer with a ringlety under layer. My hair has been thick and coarse since birth. Strawberry blonde in color that can and does change depending on the type and amount of light.


    All in all, I'm happy with my hair type but almost for sure think yours is prettier. :)
  • kyahailkyahail Posts: 67Banned Users
    I stopped dying my hair when I shaved it, I never liked my natural color until I let it grow and then I discovered I have like 4 different colors in my hair, blonde, light brown, very light ash and dark brown, I never really appreciated my natural color or curls until I lost my hair, now I will never dye it again, as for finding a stylist I wish it was as easy as just not going ever again but I suck at cutting hair. I live in a rural area so I don't have many options, I've been told I should try an ethnic salon because every white or asian owned salon around here doesn't give a crap about curls, but I've also heard that the black owned salons will pressure you to get a relaxer or fake hair, I have no idea where to start looking now
  • AngelaE8654AngelaE8654 Posts: 1,099Banned Users Curl Neophyte
    kyahail wrote: »
    I stopped dying my hair when I shaved it, I never liked my natural color until I let it grow and then I discovered I have like 4 different colors in my hair, blonde, light brown, very light ash and dark brown, I never really appreciated my natural color or curls until I lost my hair, now I will never dye it again, as for finding a stylist I wish it was as easy as just not going ever again but I suck at cutting hair. I live in a rural area so I don't have many options, I've been told I should try an ethnic salon because every white or asian owned salon around here doesn't give a crap about curls, but I've also heard that the black owned salons will pressure you to get a relaxer or fake hair, I have no idea where to start looking now

    As far as trying to pressure you to get a relaxer or fake hair just tell them "no". They're always trying to pressure me to highlight or color my hair, too...I LOVE my hair color which includes a huge amount of highlights; why would I need to do that?!?!?!?!? But they always ask me about it and I tell them "no".
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

    I'm definitely a "curly" 2c. Sometimes curly and sometimes just wavy upper layer with a ringlety under layer. My hair has been thick and coarse since birth. Strawberry blonde in color that can and does change depending on the type and amount of light.


    All in all, I'm happy with my hair type but almost for sure think yours is prettier. :)

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