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Old 01-04-2013, 07:51 AM   #2
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Honestly, just tell her! Be nice, but assertive. "I've had bad experiences with dry cuts in the past. I know that you are very well-known for your dry cuts a
but I would really be a lot more comfortable if you cut my hair wet instead. In my experience, wet cuts work better for my particular type of hair." and just leave it at that. If she's any good, she'll respect your wishes. If not? Leave. A hair stylist is being paid to work with what you want and adapt it to what is possible. They are not being paid to decide to do what they do for everyone else, with no input from you.

Bottom line: be friendly and polite, but firm. "I trust your skills/knowledge but I simply do not like dry cuts." should be enough, really.
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