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Going to see Tiffany (Struttswife) tomorrow!!

I have to brag because I am so excited and cannot wait to have my hair cut and colored by the expert! I'll be sure to post tons of pics!!

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  • jillipoojillipoo Posts: 3,795Registered Users
    Oooooh, I'm so envious! I'd wish you luck but you totally won't need it.
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  • StruttsWifeStruttsWife Posts: 819Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    Yay! We are going to have such fun! Be sure to bring a camera so we don't get killed for not posting pics ;)
    - Tiffany
    Hair Stylist and Curly Hair Specialist - St. Petersburg, FL (Tampa Bay)

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  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Posts: 10,572Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    Can't wait to hear and see all about it! Have fun! :D
    SF Bay Area, CA * "The Angel-Goddess-Guru of Haircoloring" :D
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  • RozettaStoneRozettaStone Posts: 695Registered Users
    Tiffany, really, wouldn't you like to do a road trip around the country, stopping to give haircuts and dispense hair wisdom?

    You could combine it with a teaching tour, lecturing at schools and salons, teaching stylists everywhere how to cut curly and wavy hair! There is such a need for more trained stylists.

    If you decided to do it, I bet you'd be booked for cuts across the country. What do you think?

    I can just see it, the special Curly Bus, sort of like Little Miss Sunshine. :sunny:
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  • likethegumlikethegum Posts: 494Registered Users
    make sure you hit Calgary on your way through :)
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  • hockeymomof3hockeymomof3 Posts: 2,159Registered Users
    Tiffany, really, wouldn't you like to do a road trip around the country, stopping to give haircuts and dispense hair wisdom?

    You could combine it with a teaching tour, lecturing at schools and salons, teaching stylists everywhere how to cut curly and wavy hair! There is such a need for more trained stylists.

    If you decided to do it, I bet you'd be booked for cuts across the country. What do you think?

    I can just see it, the special Curly Bus, sort of like Little Miss Sunshine. :sunny:

    What she said!
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  • kazza186kazza186 Posts: 87Registered Users
    Yeah, but make it a global road (air?) trip!! We need you and your teaching in UK too!! :notworthy:
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  • StruttsWifeStruttsWife Posts: 819Registered Users Curl Neophyte
    That's a lovely thought; unfortunately, I would need to get a license in every state and country in order to do it. I shudder to think of the expense!

    Of course, I could do "mall appearances" around the country for free, provided I didn't charge for doing demonstrations. Didn't the other Tiffany from the 80's get her start that way? :iconbiggrin:

    :blob8:
    - Tiffany
    Hair Stylist and Curly Hair Specialist - St. Petersburg, FL (Tampa Bay)

    Blog: Live Curly, Live Free
    Facebook fan page: Live Curly Live Free

    Sulfate- and non-water soluble silicone-free since 04/22/2002
    3B, brunette: medium texture, low porosity, high density

  • PheebiePheebie Posts: 177Registered Users
    Of course, I could do "mall appearances" around the country for free, provided I didn't charge for doing demonstrations. Didn't the other Tiffany from the 80's get her start that way? :iconbiggrin:

    :blob8:

    LOL - that takes me back ~ you're too funny.
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  • shelbymustangshelbymustang Posts: 391Registered Users
    Totally don't have my camera with me :( but I"ll bring my macbook! Hopefully that will work just as well, I am SOO excited!!
  • rudeechickrudeechick Posts: 6,726Registered Users
    That's a lovely thought; unfortunately, I would need to get a license in every state and country in order to do it. I shudder to think of the expense!

    Of course, I could do "mall appearances" around the country for free, provided I didn't charge for doing demonstrations. Didn't the other Tiffany from the 80's get her start that way? :iconbiggrin:

    :blob8:

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  • xcptnlxcptnl Posts: 15,678Registered Users
    That's a lovely thought; unfortunately, I would need to get a license in every state and country in order to do it. I shudder to think of the expense!

    Of course, I could do "mall appearances" around the country for free, provided I didn't charge for doing demonstrations. Didn't the other Tiffany from the 80's get her start that way? :iconbiggrin:

    :blob8:

    I think we could find a curly house in each state where you could do your magic!!! All the curlies could come to you. I volunteer my house for Massachusetts!!! That way those evil license people would never know what is going on!!!
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  • sarahb1396sarahb1396 Posts: 169Registered Users
    ahhhh so jealous.. I live in Baton Rouge and I can't find ANY stylists. I'm so tempted to drive to Flordia...:iroc:
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  • CurliLocksCurliLocks Posts: 10,572Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    xcptnl wrote: »
    That's a lovely thought; unfortunately, I would need to get a license in every state and country in order to do it. I shudder to think of the expense!

    Of course, I could do "mall appearances" around the country for free, provided I didn't charge for doing demonstrations. Didn't the other Tiffany from the 80's get her start that way? :iconbiggrin:

    :blob8:

    I think we could find a curly house in each state where you could do your magic!!! All the curlies could come to you. I volunteer my house for Massachusetts!!! That way those evil license people would never know what is going on!!!

    re: bolded, we can paypal you the money, nothing has to be said or seen! ;)

    I volunteer my house for all California curlies, well, NorCal at least. But SoCal curlies are welcome if they want to make the trip! :D
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  • CurlyHairedFarmerCurlyHairedFarmer Posts: 3,073Registered Users
    You are so lucky! I will be down in St Pete beach next May and I am saving for a haircut from Tiffany as well!
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  • RozettaStoneRozettaStone Posts: 695Registered Users
    Jeez, Tiffany, I think there are so many of us that if you were to get licensed in, say six strategic states across the country, we'd surely be able to pick up the tab for that, AND to fund your road trip! Of course I'm sure it takes time and work to go through the licensing process but I have a feeling we'd make it worth your while.

    As for cutting in people's homes, sure, we could arrange that, but we wouldn't want Tiffany to get into any legal troubles. I was thinking that the Curly Bus would be outfitted with a sink and cutting station, so it could be a rolling salon. If you're rolling, or parked on the state line -- or in a National Park -- do you need a license? Couldn't it be like having a casino that's out at sea and thus beyond the jurisdiction or something like that?

    We can dream, can't we?!
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  • shelbymustangshelbymustang Posts: 391Registered Users
    Today was fantastic! Tiffany, you are amazing and I thank you so much for all of your information and kindness; my hair looks great!! I'll be sure to take pictures tomorrow and post for everyone else :D
  • sweetsevensweetseven Posts: 409Registered Users
    Oh, lucky you! Can't wait to see your pics!

    Tiffany, we need you over the pond as well, a tour bus and a plane is what you need. ;)
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  • GettinControlGettinControl Posts: 828Registered Users
    Your hair is so pretty to begin with, can't wait to see the pics.
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  • shelbymustangshelbymustang Posts: 391Registered Users
    Your hair is so pretty to begin with, can't wait to see the pics.

    Thank you so much for the compliment! I posted the pics in a new thread :D