- No bangs, faux or otherwise.
- Long layers (apparently these control volume...who knew?) I did ask her to keep them long enough to ensure proper hair behavior during ponytail time.
- Shorter pieces in the front to frame my face.
- A tiny trim to shape up the ends.
She did take the time to blow it dry and flat iron it straight, which, considering the hour it took her, I will not be doing on a regular basis Thankyouverymuch.
(Although I do like how it looks when it's straight).
(Not to mention really shiny).
She did a pretty passive-aggressive sell for buying some salon shampoo and conditioner and straighter and smoother and shine serum, but I ignored it. (For $85 a bottle, that shampoo better be solving world hunger or something). Pet Peeve Time: It annoys me to death to be trapped in a chair while a woman with sharp scissors tries to do a hard sell on me for hair products. If I want them, I'll ask for them. Used car salesmen and timeshare pushers could learn a thing or two from this woman. The classier the salon, the worse they are about it too.
Anyway, fancy products or not, she gave me a great cut. I was really pleased with the result.
What do you think? My hair looks pretty good if I do say so myself. You should feel free to say so also.