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Chris asks…

what quote can i use from any hairdressers about quality of cut being good?

i need a quote to back up something that I am typing up for my business assessment and I need a customer quote about quality of cut, value for money, friendliness of staff and reliability. If you could help me out I would be very grateful and i need these answers before 9pm tonight if you could get back to me asap that would be great

thank you Chloe xxx

The Stylist answers:

When your work speaks for itself, don’t interrupt. -Henry J. Kaiser

Linda asks…

hair extensions,any recommended hairdressers in Cardiff?

I’m thinking of having hair extensions and have been to two hairdressers in the town centre so far who have quoted £500-£600. Anyone had them done and where/who do you advise to go?

The Stylist answers:

If you type in (goodhairguide) click on your area all the recommended salons come up…..

Nancy asks…

Hairdresser botched extensions job… What can I do? (UK only please)?

A mobile hair technician did a terrible job of doing hair extensions for me. I had found her online she said she did hair extensions and was very experienced. I had asked her to use a certain type of hair that was high quality (Remy Goddess), she promised she would do, quoted my price with that in mind, but on the day it wasnt the hair though she insisted it was (I could tell it wasnt but i’d waited a month for her to come do my hair as it was…). The hair shed really badly from the FIRST DAY, now I have a whole head of fusion bonds in my hair, but with no extensions left after only ONE month as they’ve all shed out (and no, this isnt my own hair’s ‘fault’ or my fault for ‘not taking care’ of my hair either)!!! I’ve tried to contact her, she has not returned my calls. Is there anything I can do such as any hairdressers authority I can complain to? Or can I take her to court given she did not put in the hair I asked for but put in really s**t quality hair but charged me as if she had used the expensive kind? Really upset about this – dont like being lied to and ripped off and she obviously thinks she can get away with it at the moment.

Please help. If you reply to defend the hairdresser or attack me I shall report as abuse. Cheers.
what more detail do you need? the woman put in crap, probably racoon hair and again, it’s all shed out but the bonds are still stuck onto what hair i have left. its a mess. all i wanted to know was how i can complain, who i can complain to (is there a UK hair authority??) or if I could take her to court for damages. what more do you need??? there’s a real climate of hairdressers sticking up for each other, and this is wrong and i hope you arent like that.

The Stylist answers:

Right….

Trading standards are your best bet and if possible take pics etc as evidence.
Also, might be worth getting 2nd opinion from another stylist to confirm that she f*cked it up as such.

In terms of your hair – probably best to get the bonds out asap – if its a keratin bond, nail varnish remover will do the trick (and before anyone kicks up saying its bad for your hair – they use acetone to dissolve the bonds and most extension companies that do keratin bonds use this method).

Ideally they should be done by a stylist, but sounds of it you’ve had extensions from hell so doubt ur willing to let anyone else near them (and i dont blame u!) – use pin tail comb – LOTS of conditioner.

As for the stylist who did them originally – her defence she could say is that u didnt follow the aftercare instructions… HOWEVER – as a stylist, she should have given u clear instructions about what u can do / cant do with bonded extensions (unfortunately, this method requires alot more aftercare vs. Other methods of extensions – with bonded – wrong type of shampoo, using conditioner ur near the bonds, using an oil based product near the bonds .i.e. Serum can make the bonds loose)…

In all honestly it does sound like she hasn’t sealed the bonds properly and the hair hasn’t mixed with the glue and ur own hair meaning its shed – i’ve had this problem myself when i’ve put a few bonded ones in my own hair – if you don’t heat it properly and seal it to attach it, the hair will come out but then doing it on ur own hair is hard n it was jus me mucking about.

Daniel asks…

Please explain these Talmudic quotes?

-Basically they are all about hating Goyim. Hating all non-Jews. Jewish superiority is preached.

http://www.revisionisthistory.org/talmudtruth.html

Penalty for Disobeying Rabbis

Erubin 21b. Whosoever disobeys the rabbis deserves death and will be punished by being boiled in hot excrement in hell.

Hitting a Jew is the same as hitting God

Sanhedrin 58b. If a heathen (gentile) hits a Jew, the gentile must be killed.

O.K. to Cheat Non-Jews

Sanhedrin 57a . A Jew need not pay a gentile (“Cuthean”) the wages owed him for work.

Jews Have Superior Legal Status

Baba Kamma 37b. “If an ox of an Israelite gores an ox of a Canaanite there is no liability; but if an ox of a Canaanite gores an ox of an Israelite…the payment is to be in full.”

Jews May Steal from Non-Jews

Baba Mezia 24a . If a Jew finds an object lost by a gentile (“heathen”) it does not have to be returned. (Affirmed also in Baba Kamma 113b). Sanhedrin 76a. God will not spare a Jew who “marries his daughter to an old man or takes a wife for his infant son or returns a lost article to a Cuthean…”

Jews May Rob and Kill Non-Jews

Sanhedrin 57a . When a Jew murders a gentile (“Cuthean”), there will be no death penalty. What a Jew steals from a gentile he may keep.

Baba Kamma 37b. The gentiles are outside the protection of the law and God has “exposed their money to Israel.”

Jews May Lie to Non-Jews

Baba Kamma 113a. Jews may use lies (“subterfuges”) to circumvent a Gentile.

Non-Jewish Children are Sub-Human

Yebamoth 98a. All gentile children are animals.

Abodah Zarah 36b. Gentile girls are in a state of niddah (filth) from birth.

Abodah Zarah 22a-22b . Gentiles prefer sex with cows.

Insults Against Blessed Mary

Sanhedrin 106a . Says Jesus’ mother was a whore: “She who was the descendant of princes and governors played the harlot with carpenters.” Also in footnote #2 to Shabbath 104b of the Soncino edition, it is stated that in the “uncensored” text of the Talmud it is written that Jesus mother, “Miriam the hairdresser,” had sex with many men.

Gloats over Christ Dying Young

A passage from Sanhedrin 106 gloats over the early age at which Jesus died: “Hast thou heard how old Balaam (Jesus) was?–He replied: It is not actually stated but since it is written, Bloody and deceitful men shall not live out half their days it follows that he was thirty-three or thirty-four years old.”

Jesus in the Talmud:

The Stylist answers:

Just another cut-and-paste troll from under a rock. For the real truth, see the link below.

William asks…

Looking for movie title and quote where girl marries a guy so he doesn’t get sent to war.?

I am mainly looking for a quote where the girl right before her wedding is at a hairdresser or nail salon? and is speaking to a woman about her new engagement/marriage.

The woman is gushing saying:
He chose me! and the girl (who is marrying the guy so he isn’t sent to war) responds saying no you choose him, you choose him too. Something along those lines.

The Stylist answers:

I am positive that is a scene from the 2007 film Bobby, directed by Emilio Esteves. That scene in particular stars Lindsey Lohan as the bride, Sharon Stone as the hair dresser, and Elijah Wood as the fiance trying to avoid the draft. I am sure that is correct, it is one of my favorite films

Carol asks…

Have you any rights at a hairdressers?

Does anybody know what rights you have at a hairdressers when she ruins your hair? She charged top price for a haircut (even more than she quoted on the phone), and spent no more than ten minutes actually cutting. It looked alright after the blow dry and didn’t realise how bad it was till i washed it the next day, there was just no style to it, i probably could have done it better myself. She definitely didn’t deserve the money she got!

The Stylist answers:

Go back immediately. Explain that you are not happy with the cut – point out specifically why the cut has not met your requirements and demand that you have a remedial treatment to correct it. If the hairdresser refuses then go to your local council’s trading standards department and ask them for advice.

Laura asks…

Do people still look down on beautician’s?

Do people still look down on beautician’s?
I just started beauty school orientation and our teacher was describing how in the 60’s beautician’s were looked down on. One of her graduating students sent a letter in about hairdresser‘s it was a quote from John Steinbeck

“‘It is my considered opinion that the hairdresser is the most influential person in any community.When the public goes to a hairdresser,something happens to them,They feel safe, and they relax.The hairdresser knows what their skin is like under their makeup,they know their age,they don’t have to keep up any kind of pretense.
People tell a hairdresser things they wouldn’t dare confess to a priest,and they are open about matters they try to conceal from a doctor.
When people place their secret live in the hairdressers hands,the hairdresser gains an authority few other people ever attain,I have heard hairdressers quoted with complete conviction on,art,literature,politics,economics,chi… care,and morals.I tell you that a clever,thoughtful,ambitious hairdresser,wields a power beyond the comprehension of most people ‘ ”

are we really just a bunch of maids?( so to speak)

a little about myself; i feel there are no ugly women . i have been fascinated by cosmetics all of my life. when i was at the least two years old i felt learning to put on my mothers red lipstick was the start in life i needed, learning to walk is not important..( i was such a delusional toddler) I have spent countless hours of my teenage years studying photographs of bombshells ( sophia loren, Bridget bardot, marilyn monroe) trying to learn their techniques, and be inspired. (I picked bombshells and vargas girls because i felt women were at their height of femininity in these times) Iam a very perky friendly person ( example Elle woods in legally blonde or Ilsa fisher in confessions of a shopaholic) I have that kind of personality!

for me makeup is an art form.. I was always very artistic about how i applied it… every dot and line had a purpose, it was all meant to accentuate and bring a certain flavor to the look.

The Stylist answers:

Look down on beautician’s what?

Learn the proper use of the apostrophe, please.

George asks…

do people still look down on beautician’s?

I just started beauty school orientation and our teacher was describing how in the 60’s beautician’s were looked down on. One of her graduating students sent a letter in about hairdresser‘s it was a quote from John Steinbeck

“‘It is my considered opinion that the hairdresser is the most influential person in any community.When the public goes to a hairdresser,something happens to them,They feel safe, and they relax.The hairdresser knows what their skin is like under their makeup,they know their age,they don’t have to keep up any kind of pretense.
People tell a hairdresser things they wouldn’t dare confess to a priest,and they are open about matters they try to conceal from a doctor.
When people place their secret live in the hairdressers hands,the hairdresser gains an authority few other people ever attain,I have heard hairdressers quoted with complete conviction on,art,literature,politics,economics,child care,and morals.I tell you that a clever,thoughtful,ambitious hairdresser,wields a power beyond the comprehension of most people ‘ ”

are we really just a bunch of maids?( so to speak)

a little about myself; i feel there are no ugly women . i have been fascinated by cosmetics all of my life. when i was at the least two years old i felt learning to put on my mothers red lipstick was the start in life i needed, learning to walk is not important..( i was such a delusional toddler) I have spent countless hours of my teenage years studying photographs of bombshells ( sophia loren, Bridget bardot, marilyn monroe) trying to learn their techniques, and be inspired. (I picked bombshells and vargas girls because i felt women were at their height of femininity in these times) Iam a very perky friendly person ( example Elle woods in legally blonde or Ilsa fisher in confessions of a shopaholic) I have that kind of personality!

for me makeup is an art form.. I was always very artistic about how i applied it… every dot and line had a purpose, it was all meant to accentuate and bring a certain flavor to the look.

The Stylist answers:

It’s nice to feel like Cinderella once in a while, like going to a Christmas Party, to the Globe Awards, to a wedding, places like that, where you need to dress from top to bottom.

But going to school, and spending 2 hours to get made up from top to bottom, or just to go to work? Some people are obsessed in themselves to look their best. You can look your best even if you spend 10-25 mins. A day and are put-together without look like a fake Barbie.

No matter how you look, no matter how much you spend on yourself, or how long it took you to get dressed everyday, THE REAL YOU is still what people want to see. Your personality, not your look, or how much makeup you got piled on, to cover your flaws. If you’ve got confidence, that’s what people can see through you. Underneath all that? That’s like hiding everything else good about you, under a rug.

Make up is a form of self expression, but there are OTHER WAYS to do that. I think, what people need is to find a new hobby, that poisoning themselves with products. The industry is a multi-billion dollar business, and believe me when I say, there are so many products that are causing people to get sicker & sicker. Example: Elizabeth Taylor. Google her when she’s 13. Now Google her now that she’s nearing 90. The symptoms she’d been having, didn’t just appear overnight. She’s a good example of putting too much make-up on her face. My mom was nearing 90, when she was diagnosed with Paget Cancer, but that was from years of perming and using products combined – like talcum powder, rubbing alcohol and even though she ate all the healthy foods & grew them herself without using fertilizers.

I have stopped going to the beauty salon, since 2003, one reason because every time I go in I smell products that caused me to feel nauseas and they can’t even cut my hair 4″ evenly around, without having to go back 2x to get them re-cut it.

God created everyone & everything beautiful. We always want to look ‘presentable’, and if that helps with our confidence, go for it, but piling on too much of everything, for everyday, well, to me it’s not a beauty contest.

As for the hairdresser, they are there to help those who NEED help in their hair, but everyone should know how to care, and fix their own hair. I’ve done that 90% of my life. I’ve dyed & permed my own hair. But I always get compliments when I walk in the salon, so I must be doing something good to my hair.

Helen asks…

How can I get my hair from bright red to mid golden brown without professional help?

My natural hair colour is a mid golden brown, although it’s been dyed a variety of colours over the past five years. My most recent was a bright red, permanent using Schwarzkopf Live XXL for dark hair. I have recently used two brown dyes (mid ash) to try and get back to my natural colour. There is still quite a lot of red in it and it’s getting darker.
I tried a strand test using elimin8 and it barely touched the red. My hairdresser quoted me £50 to take me back using a bleach bath, two colours and a toner. I’m no hairdresser but I’m fairly experienced with colour, I’m hoping someone has some more suggestions for me or will guide me through the bleach process as I’m a little nervous.
Money is an issue and I don’t want to damage my hair, but I am open to any suggestions.
Thank you for your time

The Stylist answers:

You may have to strip your hair and start over loreal makes a hair color remover that is fairly gentle then choose a color that is a shade darker than what you want your color to be make sure it is an ash tone cause not all of that red will come out, and wait till the last 10 minutes to apply it to the ends so they don’t turn out darker than your roots. But please don’t bleach it you will ruin your hair!

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