(Closed) Major Hair Help Needed!! Awful Haircut!

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
1212 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Gah! I hear you, my new hairdresser did pretty much the same thing to me. To help it grow as much as possible, make sure you eat healthy and take care when washing/drying your hair to prevent breakage. Also, go to your chemist or health food store and ask about a supplement to help hair and nails grow.

How were you planning on wearing your hair for the wedding? Up, down, curls, straight? Curls or waves and/or pinning some hair up will help disguise the length difference.

Post # 4
403 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

so sorry that happened to you.  i too really need a haircut, but i’m too nervous to get one so close to my wedding date.  you may need to consider extensions for the wedding day.  that’s all i can think of.

Post # 5
134 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I’m not sure if you’d consider this but they can do amazing things with hair extensions these days.  I’ve seen some results that are amazing.  It would cost you some extra bucks but might be the remedy you’re looking for.  Something to look into at least.

Post # 6
6661 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2010

Goodness, this same thing happened to me a couple months ago!! The new hairstylist promised up and down he wouldn’t change the shape or take any length off, he took 3 inches of total length off the longest pieces and added layers exactly as you described!! I was horrified looking at myself, it SOO wasn’t me and I am trying to grow my hair out for the wedding!!

Stay away from the hair salon from now until the wedding and eat a healthy diet. I’ve gotten about 1.5 inches back in a couple months so I’m almost at the point I was before walking into that horrible salon. It sucks b/c I was hoping to grow my hair out FROM that point on, not back to that point. But I”m jsut going with the flow and will never trust a stylist to only cut a little off again..

Post # 8
4123 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

Personally, if it were me, I’d complain to the hairstylist and manager about how your wedding is just around the corner and now your dream hairstyle is hanging in the balance because of her inability to follow client instructions…. I would try and make the salon cover the costs of your extensions…. 


Post # 9
762 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

As a hairstylist, I don’t think extensions are going to make it better. Look at Kate Gosslin’s. Her hair was just too short for those long extensions. i would say, take vitamins, eat well, avoid using heat on your hair and don’t go back to her/him. Some people are scissor happy! You could call and complain. You may get your $ back but I doubt they will pay for extensions. Wearing your hair half up will disquise the shorter layers- bobby pins and hairspray work wonders!!

Post # 11
96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Im so sorry this happened to you. I agree, make them pay for extentions, contact your local Better Business Bureau if you have to. I had a hairdresser ruin my hair and I used them until my hair grew back, They arent as expensive as you think. Of course they can be.I bought some clip ins and they arent even human hair. I paid just under $40 for them and I get lots of compliments on ” my hair”. The type I bought, you can even curl using light heat. Good luck. Ill try to find a picture of me wearing them as YES, I do plan to wear them in my wedding.

P.S. The darker colors look more real.Also the sides of my hair have grown since this was taken.The top and sides are my own hair


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