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    Darn it. I was hoping you all would tell me to text the stylist and tell her that I'd died and wouldn't be booking any more appointments with her.

    I planned on telling her that I had to find someone who could put up with my hectic schedule, so it's good that we are all on the same page, eh?

    But yeah, Keith. I'm tempted to just not respond to her if she does text me and Mairead I'd rather thought that too. I've wondered if she wasn't kind of trying to tell me to go along, in her own way.

    Anyway, I'll give the new stylist a try tomorrow. I have photos of color and style that I'd like her to look at give me her opinion. I need a stylist who can have an opinion, but work with a few of my absolutes. (Absolutely NEVER have hair cut above my ears, and that sort of thing).

    I didn't think about the vodka Siobhan! Might actually improve my looks if she had a go at my hair after a few drinks! :D :D

    Thanks everyone! I appreciate your advice! :D :D






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    Good Luck with the new sylist Sister Tink .
    I agree with Johnie , I'd tell her that its a conflict of schedule .

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    You know Tink, it's always important to remember that hair always grows back! :D

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    Oh and every hair color or perm can be changed. :D

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    Stylists know that men are more loyal than women are to their stylist. Thats just the way it works.

    When a stylist has a talent her books fill up quickly. Thats why its always good to have a standing appointment. If you cant its always better to find a stylist who has more of a flexible schedule.

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    Good luck with the new stylist, Tink!

    I've been stuck with Great Clips for the last few years. I keep trying different stylists and various salons, but they all want me to fight what my hair does naturally instead of working with it. And the silly stuff is very thick and grows rapidly, too, which compounds the issues. I really miss my former hairdressers--both of whom retired from the trade.

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    I think it's murder to find a stylist who is a true professional. The one I had was very talented, but she just wasn't all that professional if that makes sense? I followed her directions and request for length of notice, etc.

    I do think that she may have decided that I was too much work. I have truly miserable hair that takes no prisoners. :( If the cut is one strand off, it looks very obvious. I'm still struggling with new thyroid issues so that effects the hair too.

    At any rate, I am hoping my "new" Becca will be able to put up with me and be talented at the same time! She surely seemed ok with what I told her when we met.






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    Sounds to me as if Tink has very fine hair ;)

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    Now PA...everything about our Tink is very fine!!! :D




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    I can tell you that very thick hair is no walk in the park either.

    I currently go to Great Clips as well. Crystal works there and she does a good job with my hair.












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