retro:electro wrote: »
I’m actually booked in for highlights again in three weeks. Im like Jesus six weeks between appointments seems awfully short when you’re now used to going nearly six months!
SmallTeapot wrote: »
Gah, I left it too late to call my hairdresser, and now I'm on a waiting list for an appointment...
I wanted to wait for other customers to have their appointments scheduled for colour, etc. before booking myself in as I felt getting colour re-done will be everyone's main priority
I don't dye my hair, but I'm in bad need of a haircut. I haven't had a haircut since Feb of last year.
My hair is gone so long now it's down to the small of my back (...on a side note, that is such a weird phrase to describe the lower back :pac: )
I don't know whether to try for another salon... or wait out to see if I get a call back....
All that fandango wrote: »
Im the exact same. The hairdresser I want is fully booked until end of June. Not sure what to do, wait until theres a cancellation or shop around. The weird thing about my hair is that it doesnt really grow down long, it grows out the way. Needs to be hacked into like a bush with those special teeth scissors. No use having someone just cutting 2 or 3 inches off the ends, it'll make damn all difference and my hair will be just as thick and heavy to deal with.
Loveinapril wrote: »
I don't have a regular hairdresser, I usually get my hair cut once or twice a year and do my colour myself. Just wondering is anyone in the same boat and does anyone have an idea on how long I could be waiting for an appointment. I am in North County Dublin. I want a complete colour change (husband says it's a midlife crisis!) so am eager to get it done.
jrosen wrote: »
Has she added you to the cancellation list? We are finding in work we have lots of movement with appointments. People are usually so happy to book that they book a few appointments and then realize they have a clash so need to cancel. Worth being added. We have managed to accommodate almost all our waiting list clients.
Foweva Awone wrote: »
I have an undercut (a very cool one, see attached) which I get done in the barbers.
I was at the hairdressers yesterday getting my cut and colour done, I went to pay and he was only charging me €60.00. I was like, "Umm that's less than I was expecting?" He goes, "Well I can hardly justify charging you full price when half your hair is shaved off!"
I dunno why but I just find that hilarious!!
LilacNails wrote: »
If anyone is suffering with brittle dry nails, for the last 2 mnts I have been applying hand cream(lidi) 4/5 times a day, esp after washing my hands. My nails haven't looked as good or healthy in a few years. And theres growth!
Also yesterday I got the Cocochco 12 week blow dry. Has anyone else got this done?
ILoveYourVibes wrote: »
Not this brand but two diff ones. I can't remember the name. The first one was rubbish ...my hair looked awful ..static and strange.
I tried a diff brand some months after ...it looked good for the first few weeks but not enough of a difference tbh and it didn't last long.
But my hair is relatively straight.
I haven't gotten one in like 2 years. I put my hair through a lot so i didn't want to do anything else. When its grown out a bit i might try again. I wouldn't get them too often though. I think they can be harsh.
LilacNails wrote: »
Was it a DIY job u did? My hairdesser done it for me.
Faith wrote: »
I had so much regrowth of my natural hair during lockdown that I’m still dissatisfied with how my roots look, even after getting them done. To be fair, the foils were PACKED in and left for ages, but it was like getting my hair highlighted for the first time. I know it’s going to take a while to get my colour back to where I want it, but it’s still frustrating to take such a big step back. When I tie my hair up, it doesn’t even look that obvious that I’ve had my colour done . Going again in 5 week, I think, so hopefully I’ll be happier after the next time.
Meauldsegosha wrote: »
My hair feels so good this morning held its curl, so soft and no frizz.