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That's not how all hairdressers see an inch!! :)
No it isn't!!! Lol just the bad ones
Apparently haven't been to the right hairdresser :-/ I see an inch as a true inch not as four ...
Your right Jackie! Just describe as a mini trim. Instead of take off whatever you think to make it look healthy and then telling your husband, you told stylist only and inch and they did this.
On most stylist cutting combs there are notches that indicate inches.
Not true. Not if you are in the right chair. Eye for an eye. An inch is an inch!
Danielle, I'm with you! An inch is an inch. Some clients don't relay the specifics correctly on what their wanting. Then most turn around and tell you to do what ever you think looks best. Sorry that their are some stylist that give the rest a bad name. Keep the cutting straigh girls and style on! :)
Maybe you should start listening to your hairdresser when she tells you "oh it's been a year since you've gotten your hair cut?? You need 4 inches." Not say "just take 1/4" You're Welcome hahaha
Exactly! Or their version of 1 inch is 4 and you didn't cut enuff.
But at least that's something you can change :-)
Very true! Lol or when a blonde wants to be a Brunette and 45 min process later decides she should stay a blonde. What's that old saying? We aren't magicians we are beauticians! To funny
Yes most combs do have the marks on them. ALWAYS show them the mark, make guide cut, lay it on the comb and confirm with them. Or if hair is long enough bring it around to front and show them exactly where it will lay. And conservative cutting is always best, because you can go back and take more. BUT, then its like doing two haircuts, I know. Time is money, but so is a returning client. Pictures and color swatches for color clients are a must!
so true in some cases!
Ha! Not sure about that one! Lol
Too true too true
haha sooo true!!
Yes yes yes OMG so true!!!!
lol so true though
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