You're right, I should just ask her why she doesn't want to dry my hair. I think I'm afraid that (a) I'll offend her and (b) she will say it's more work and want to charge extra.
So I go on being annoyed when I leave the salon but basically being satisfied with my cut during the three months between cuts.
Originally Posted by sdkitty
It sounds like you're getting something out of this arrangement even though it's not ideal - a bargain is nothing to scoff at ... Just a gentle piece of advice though, about offending stylists: if hair-related questions ever offend a stylist, that's excellent info. It means you aren't respected as a customer and it's time to fire the person (assuming it wasn't just a bad day for her, resulting in a strident apology). This person works for you, not the other way around.

Anyway, all the best to you
Originally Posted by Korkscrew
you're right.....I think I need to stop whining and take the bargain until such time as she gives me an unsatisfactory cut or I find someone else I want to try