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#1 plumsugar

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    Posted 28 February 2008 - 06:23 PM

    FI has been growing out his thick wavy hair for a few weeks now to try to get a different look going. Now that it's a few inches long, he's freaking out over how to style it.

    So he asked me about seeing a stylist for a consultation. I agreed and recommended that he visit my most favorite hair salon. They specialize in thermal reconditioning i.e. hair straightening (which I get done every 4 months), but are experts in working with natural and artificial curly/wavy/straight hair; I should know…I’ve been through all of those phases with them lol.

    He said ok, but it would be a few days before he could go into NYC, so he'll see someone local first. Fine.
    He then makes an appointment with his cousin's stylist. I get a call 5 minutes ago with him yelling, "The first thing she said was that my hair was very healthy....so I should think about RELAXING IT"

    LMAO! I'm sure that's not so out of the ordinary when a guy requests his hair to go from curly to straight, but isn’t a consultation more of a how to work with your own natural hair?

    I can’t believe that's all she recommended to him! And you figure she's be a little more in tune with the basic wham-bam glob the gel on guy needs considering she works with his cousin's hair…then again, his cousin is gay so maybe she’s not lol!

    Needless to say, he's now booked with my guy…..and the ironic thing is, he specializes in relaxing hair, but probably would never mention that to him!

    #2 lucy106

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      Posted 28 February 2008 - 06:25 PM

      Moral of this funny story is...he should've listend to you to begin with!!

      #3 plumsugar

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        Posted 28 February 2008 - 06:35 PM

        tis true, tis true...!
        ((that's the second time you gave me a moral to my story lol))

        #4 lucy106

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          Posted 28 February 2008 - 06:36 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by plumsugar
          tis true, tis true...!
          ((that's the second time you gave me a moral to my story lol))
          Doh, sorry not feeling so good, and my brain is not functioning...but it is true, ha!




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