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Help me be assertive with my hair cut please

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PinkyCloudMax Tue 09-Aug-16 19:40:32

I have curly/wavy hair. I use no silicones/sulphates, and haven't for years. The only good haircuts I have ever had have been dry, cut curly. But there have only been two of these. Every single time I am bullied into having a wet cut and it blow dried straight. Hairdressers seem to be very keen to do this - maybe it is easier or looks better? Either way, it doesn't help me, as the cut isn't great when it's curly, and I wear it curly every day.

I have been looking for a curly hairdresser for a long time. I can't get to Birmingham, and the best I have come up with is an appointment at Tony and Guy's with their 'curly specialist'.

I REALLY don't want to waste my money and time.

How can I ensure it is cut how I want? I am not very good at being assertive, but I really do not want a wet cut or a straight dry.

Does anyone else suffer from this problem?

ProjectGainsborough Wed 10-Aug-16 00:39:41

I feel your pain. Can you go in for a consultation before the appointment to talk it through? I guess lots of hairdressers have been trained in a specific way.

Although when I went to the curl- specific guy in Bham I'm sure he cut it wet. Not helpful, sorry!

PinkyCloudMax Wed 10-Aug-16 11:42:02

Thanks. Cut is today. I'm just going to have to cross my fingers and hope. It's not been done for a year because I hate it so much when it goes wrong. Again...

lasttimeround Wed 10-Aug-16 13:33:44

Speak on phone first. Easier to make point not on their turf somehow. Good luck - it's frustrating. And that bit when they've cut it too short wet and then it pings up and the curly hair 'specialist' is all surprised that it shortens as it dries aaaargh!

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