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If I have a conditioning treatment on my hair at the hairdressers without a "finish"...

(6 Posts)
JemimaMop Sun 19-Jun-11 17:06:36

...will they rough dry it for me before I leave?

Possibly a silly question, but I wouldn't end up dripping down the street, would I?

JustAnother Sun 19-Jun-11 17:12:27

at my hairdressers, they rough dry it for about 1 minute. So you are not dripping, but almost...

enidroach Sun 19-Jun-11 17:15:34

You may need to ask them in advance - they usually get a junior to rough dry your hair if you don't want the expensive "blow dry finish"but you do need to ask.Recently after a £70 colour treatmen I asked the stylist to just rough dry my hair but was still charged £13 for "technical styling" apparently I should have asked for no finish in advance.

JemimaMop Sun 19-Jun-11 17:17:53

Hmm.... that sounds a bit rubbish.

It is double the price to have a finish as well and TBH I don't need one, my hair doesn't really stay straight or bouncy or whatever it is supposed to with a blow dry, within 5 minutes it goes back to doing what the hell it likes. So IMO it would be a waste of money. But I don't want to drip!

JemimaMop Sun 19-Jun-11 17:50:36

I suppose if they did leave it wet I could just tie it back.

It is at Aqua Sana at Center Parcs. I will have spent so much time in the swimming pool that my hair will be horrible, so I thought it would be nice to have a conditioning treatment on the last day to breathe life back into it and have a bit of me time But obviously with it being the last day I can't go back to the villa and dry it! I suppose if all else fails there are hairdryers in the Swimming Pool.

enidroach Sun 19-Jun-11 18:46:49

Call or phone and ask them - they may even let you DIY in the salon.

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