We get it, we all need a drink sometimes to get through the day, but there is a place and time for everything.
While it’s appropriate behavior in the nightclub, a hair appointment is the last place you’d wanna come to after a few cocktails. How are you going to be able to tell if you got the cut you wanted?
Positive or Negative
The story is simple: the customer said she was positive about her decision but the result was negative and that gave everyone a bad experience.
Research we conducted between ourselves and our loved ones shows that people regret short haircuts 88% of the time. But don't be discouraged, it usually just takes a while to get used to something new, and once you do, the change can be refreshing.
A Big Change
Not being happy with a haircut you didn't ask for is one thing, not liking a hair color you did ask for is another. But the worst sin a client can commit against their stylist is to lie about them to their boss.
Why did she do that? We would never know. Maybe she wanted to get to go back to blonde and not have to pay for it. But it's not cool to make your stylist pay!
Comedy or Tragedy?
Being a hairdresser isn't always just fun, games, and gossip. Sometimes, stylists have to handle some uncomfortable situations, like the following story:
Wow, this is awkward, but at least he can laugh about it now, right? Or can he? Honesty we don't know if this one is a comedy or a tragedy.
Have you heard of killing with kindness? The next story demonstrates that saying perfectly. Everyone was trying to do their best, but no one did. The stylist messed up the girl's hair, and the girl tipped her for it! How is she ever going to learn?
Some beauty workers should have their license revoked! This is definitely the case with this one.