So many times those with brain injury use the wrong words, but was this really miscommunication or just a mistake?A 39 year old goes to an excellent beauty school. She knows the students are learning and under an instructor’s supervision. We all become complacent when we do not have problems at your favorite place and what happens when one feels the wrong things were done?
A few highlights is all she asked for, but walked away with total dark hair color and highlights that were barely visible. Highlights may have understandably been diminished simply because the thickness of hair. When she asked why the bill was so high the reply was: “You asked for color and highlights.” Okay, but walked away disappointed understanding that it’s just a beauty school. She was in disbelief and didn’t know what to do.
Then, the instructor informed her that the color was to cover the gray, and applied subtle highlights that added dimension as she approved. That comment about the gray was unbelievable. Well, it could be agreeable with nearly everything except she doesn’t have any gray hair yet, not even a strand! … they must have been seeing what no one else can see! Only your hairdresser will known!
There’s no harm in admitting mistakes! We all make them. The coloring was corrected the following week, but we are is still trying to figure out where the gray hair came in at. All she can think is the women around all had gray hair so it must have been a fixation of the day! A daily special? Maybe it was Senior’s Special day! Did they confuse her mother with her? Again, only her hairdresser will know!
Someday the gray and thinning of hair will come, but it’s not here yet! She’s not in a hurry to age, and who is? Do you have a hair experience to share?
- Gray Hair – Pluck It or Leave It? (bellasugar.com)
- How Much Do You Know About Gray Hair? (bellasugar.com)
- 5 Ways to Keep Your New Dark Hair Color Rich and Vibrant (bellasugar.com)
- How to Fix Bad Hair Color (5min.com)