I’ve been worried about this for some time. I’m extremely extremely extremely picky about my hair. I mean, the main reason I decided to go back to my natural hair color was because I couldn’t imagine myself entrusting the highlighting process to someone new when we moved.
So, today, I arrived for my hair consultation (at one of the nicest salons in town — apparently), photos in hand, and asked a super-simple chignon … I wanted it high with lots of volume. What I got was a very low and flat bun of sorts. The weirdest part was that the only product she used on me was hairspray and I had so many fly-aways it just wasn’t funny. When J got home, he didn’t even realize I had gone to the salon. He thought I had my hair in a ponytail.
I’m not sure if I should call and ask to come in again (I’m really not wanting to pay another $75 just to walk out looking like I did going in) or try somewhere else. And I’m out of styles to try … Suggestions????? :o(
So I called and asked for another trial only to find out that it would be an additional $50. I know in the big scheme of things it isn’t that much money but it was the way everything was handled that made me so upset. The girl told me “Of course it fell out … we never do the trial as well as we do for the wedding” …. Whaaaat? Why wasn’t I told that before? And what is the point of that? I’m booking trials to make sure my hair stays and that I like it … She also told me that she’d put more volume, product and height on the day of … It probably doesn’t need to be said but I won’t be re-visiting that salon. I spent last night considering doing my own hair. That idea lasted about an hour after playing around with a curling iron. On to the next salon, I guess. ;o(