I need advice on how to break up

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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297 posts
Helper bee

Hmmm… very difficult! Have you shown her pictures of the kind of look you’re after? In my experience, unless your hairdresser is either naturally intuitive, or knows you extremely well, ideas can get ‘lost in translation’. Also, because hairdressers have a specific technical vocabulary (which can be very different to the way that non-hairdressers talk about hair), you could have unintentionally used a word (or she to you) that actually means something different, if that makes sense?

 

If she’s a great cutter, then I would try to work this out 🙂 Keep us posted!

Post # 4
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1389 posts
Bumble bee

Just don’t make any more appointments…

Post # 5
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8425 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

Why can’t you just find someone else?  It’s not like you’re dating, she’s not going to be heartbroken….at least I don’t think.  I don’t get my hair done (I don’t even own a hairbrush), so maybe that’s why I’m not really understanding this.

Post # 6
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1067 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

I used to work as a massage therapist at a salon, and I would suggest just stop making appointments with her. Se may very well get in touch with you at some point to check in, but just be honest. Tell her you’re sorry, but she’s just not creating the results you’re looking for any longer. Unless someone lets her know she’s slacking, she’ll just keep messing up hair all over town.

Eta: if she takes it personally, then she is not cut out for the business.

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