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Old 12-14-2013, 01:44 PM   #11
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I have gone to expensive salons and also cheap places. No difference. My hair is so thick and coarse I think it intimidates hairdressers. Twice I have found hairdressers who really knew how to cut my hair, but they moved on and I don't know where they went. I have a problem getting them to cut it short enough. No matter what I tell them, they cut off 1/2 inch. I have stopped them as soon as they start and told them they're not taking enough off, and sometimes they get done and ask if it's short enough and I say no and they start all over. I think they have had people complain that they cut it too short that they're afraid to cut too much. If they cut my hair and it's just the right length it will be too long in a week. So I like it to be a little shorter than I wanted it, then in a week it's just right.

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Old 12-14-2013, 02:30 PM   #12
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Every time my hairdresser asks me how I want my hair cut, I give her a simple answer. "Off" I want it "Off!" This last time I told her to cut it as close to my scalp as she could get it. And she did. I have such a thick mop. I see women in this building that have lost most of their hair.

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Old 12-14-2013, 03:11 PM   #13
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We only went bald when Mom did through chemo...talk about a group of ugly heads. Looked like the Coneheads without a point...oohhh...time to watch Oblio and The Point.

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