$60 for a trim? Really? Really, really? Lesson learned? Don’t cheat on your hairdresser. I learned the hard way. Recently I tried out a different cut and sadly it didn’t look good curly. Unfortunately for me my hairdresser is in Dallas so the option of having her fix it really wasn’t feasible. So I asked around and I made an appointment to meet with someone new.
I knew the relationship wasn’t going to work when she 1) didn’t own a flat iron and 2) she charged $60 for a trim! Coming from NYC, where you can get someone to wash, set and blow out your hair for $25. Yes, $25. But here in Texas I find myself doing all the work: wash and blow out at home and pay someone to give me a dry cut. I’ve accepted the dry cut fate but I will not accept the $60 for a trim fate! Can you tell I am upset. Ugh.
To make matters worst, the new hairdresser borrowed a flat iron and didn’t know how to use it. My hair is still wavy. Not cool.