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Feather [userpic]

I just called to make an appointment with my hair dresser. They told me she's not working there any more and they don't know where she's working now.

She left me! And didn't say a word!

She gave really cute cuts, too. :( So now I have to try someone else. It shouldn't be such a big deal, but it is-- a Big Deal.

I'm scared. ::wibbles::

Hold me!

Current Mood: anxiousanxious

Oh no! That is a BIG deal. When you find someone you can trust with your hair - that's a big deal. Thankfully, I've had the same hairdresser for almost 20 years and I wouldn't trade him for anything. Not sure how it's going to work out as we both get older, but...

I sure hope you find someone good and someone that at least 'cares' if your hair looks good and satisfies "you" when you get up out of that chair.

(on the fic front, just finished the next bit, expect something tonight or tomorrow - with instructions on how to do the cool comment thingy) :)

This is the hardest thing about being a traveler-- finding someone who I like! It's horrible that this one left me.

I mean, I thought we had something! Sure, it was pretty casual, only meeting every six weeks or so, but when we did get together it was good. She'd cut, I'd pay, we'd have a few laughs. Is nothing sacred any more? *g*

I just got back and . . . it might not be too bad. I'll have to wait until I wash my hair again, but I'm hopeful. :)

Yep, those hairdressers sometimes play fast and loose with your hair - just when you start to depend on them, they run out on you.

I know what you mean, even though the same person has been doing my hair so long, it's never right until I get home, wash it and "do" it myself. Then I know if I can live with it or not.

Oh no!!

::hugs you::

I'm certain you'll find someone equally fabulous. But it is scary, I totally understand!

It's just, I thought we had something, you know? Okay, yes, it was only a once-every-six-week thing, but when we got together really good things happened. I'd get a cut, she'd get paid, we'd have a few laughs. Is nothing sacred any more?!? *g*

I actually just got back, and, maybe, it'll be okay. I won't know for sure until I wash my hair again, but I'm hopeful. :)

Oh noes!

I actually started growing my hair because my hairdresser had started giving me the same damned cut every time no matter what I asked for and, because we live in a small town, I was too chicken to change hairdressers. Seriously, it's more fraught than divorce!

It totally is a relationship, isn't it? I had no idea anything was wrong! Yes, it was pretty casual, just once every six weeks or so, but I thought we had something good! How could she?!?

I used to live in a very small town and I get where you're coming from. You don't want your old hairdresser to hear about the new one through the grapevine. Oh the scandal! Oh the hurt feelings! And heaven forbid she see you out and about with a new cut.

I just got back and this one might be okay. I won't know for sure until I wash my hair myself, but I might have found a new stylist. I didn't want to, but I guess I can move on. *g*

Ack! That's horrible! Poor you :-( I hate the idea of having to find a new miracle worker. It's so hard when you've found someone really excellent to go back into the wilderness of bad cuts and non-understanding scissor-wielding maniacs.


Finding a new hairdresser is a world fraught with peril! They look good, have cute hair themselves, how could it go wrong? But then, you look in the mirror, and your life sucks for the next six weeks because you look like an idiot.

I feel for you because you get to go through this particular horror in a few months. ::hugs you back::

Deep breaths - it may be fate, and the next person you go to could be "the one".


It actually turned out okay!

I think I'm in love.

I'm such a fickle bitch. *g*