Vats wrote: »
Sorry come here and take the stage to whiny, but I feel if I don't share this with EVERYONE I know (and don't know TBH), I can't overcome the trauma and just let it go...lol
So if you're not in the mood to hear any futile drama, stop here and just go!
Yesterday I had the most disastrous time at the hair salon EVER!
I've been dying my hair for so many years, but since the beggining of this year my scalp started to present allergic reactions to the products, so I generally end up with this burnt that leaves the scalp on a redness for couple of days.
Yesterday my roots bleached super quick, haven't had time to feel the usual pain and itchiness, so I was kinda yay!
After washing and toning the hair, I gave a check at the mirror and my world has fallen completely. First despite the fact that my colorist has been doing my hair for a century and he is completely aware of the shade of my liking, he went for an extra ash toner and not the buttery platinum. I loathe that color.
Coming closer to the mirror I notice that my scalp wasn't just red, but a HUGE bruise opened in my forehead due the chemical burn, seriously it was bleeding!
Then I sitted on the chair of my hair stylist to trim a LITTLE bit of my tips, I swear I showed to him the exact lenght I wanted, but did he listened to me?! NO! He cutted off a huge chunk of my hair! Not even sure if I can call my hair 'long' anymore!
The colorist and the hairstylist came together to dry my hair each one of a side, onef kept my hair straight, the other slightly wavy... I pointed their mistake, did they fixed?! NO!
Think I was done with this torture? Of course not, still needed to do my eyebrows! My eyebrow designer started adding pigment to them, when I opened my eyes my eyebrows were BLACK! At least she wasn't so negligent
as the rest of the team and I tried to fix them. After a painful bleaching process, them got blonder than the usual (now I'm thinking what exactly I paid for here?) and half of my left eyebrow was gone, like it just fell of! She spent like a minute shaping them (or what was left of them) and I was done...
And the rain started, like we spent a whole month with good weather, but the rain came when I was leaving the place *sigh*.
All I wanted after this was to rush into my mom's arms and stay on fetus position!
There there! Feeling better already, thanks for listening!Linda, wishing all the best to your boy! Hope he's having a smooth recovery!
Vats wrote: »
Linda, wishing all the best to your boy! Hope he's having a smooth recovery!
LindaVB wrote: »
Thank you, sweetie! Yes, we see him getting better each day. He started walking again yesterday and went up the stairs this morning (with me behind him, in case he lost his balance). It looks like they did not nick his vestibular. He still has padding in his ear and a bandade around is head but he does seem to hear us, so we are carefully postitive that the operation worked and repaired his hearing!
kokokokonut wrote: »
Daffodil how lovely. where was dinner? My real name is Kat, and I have long dark hair, in the summer no color in it ...just natural dirty blonde/ light brown, the pool is awful on color, then in fall I'll probably go back to burgundy/or plum. When I get wild...I go blonde in Spring.
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