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Join Date: Apr 2002
Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 02:51AM
If a stylist thinks the color request seems overly-complicated or not appropriate to the hair type the client has, it's up to
(not the OP) to not do the hair color. ... Or that stylist can foolishly do a crappy color to turn a profit, resulting in an angry client w/a computer and a mission, warning potential customers away from her.
Not worth it for the stylist.
If I were still professionally coloring my hair and wanted an involved color alteration, I'd research stylists who have excellent reputations for pulling off great, sophisticated color. I would want color to be their
. Whether or not they could give me the cut of my life would be secondary, or maybe even irrelevant. I could get my hair cut before or after the color by someone else.
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