I decided to a post on Shit Black Hairdressers Do due to a recent visit to my local hairdresser who doesn’t live to far away from me who sadly messed me up
(my appointment was for 12pm but didn’t start doing my hair until 2pm!) and this isn’t the first time this has happened. This gave me an idea to do a post on Shit Black Hairdressers Do and I know a lot of you will be able to relate and feel my frustration. The only positive thing that came out of this is that my hair came out great and was happy with the results.
1) The Hairdresser with Kids
“Sorry I have to fed my child.” or “My baby is crying and needs a change.” This type of hairdresser constantly stops to attend to their children. To make things worse, her children are running around and crying and you just want to get out of there. Its not your fault you have children and have to take care of them but stopping every five minutes is no fun.
2) Glued to the Phone Hairdresser
This type of hairdresser spends the duration of your hair appointment talking on the phone with no multitasking skills whatsoever. In two hours, only three braids have been done and the gossip they’re hearing is far more important than your hair.
3) The Hairdresser that Wants Perks
This Hairdresser comes to your house with the intention of being entertained with rice and chicken and to watch a Nollywood film.
4) No Confidence Hairdresser
With everything you do, one must have confidence and believe in yourself. These hairdressers keep asking every five minutes if you’re happy with the hair and gives you a mirror to see what they’ve done. Hairdressers should know if the hair looks good and shouldn’t make their customers doubt them. Practice makes perfect!
5) Hairdressers that Ask you to Join in
These hairdressers want you to join in the hair making process, meaning that you will be their right hand woman, handing the hair to them and and if you cut the hair too big you’re in trouble. She won’t give you a hairdressing cape to put around your body meaning that at the end of your hair appointment, you’re covered in hair. I’m not a hairdresser! That’s your job not mine!
6) Fully Booked Hairdresser
No matter how many days, months you call in advance, the hairdresser is always fully booked.
7) Tight Braiders
You tell the hairdresser that the braid is too tight but doesn’t seem to sink in and you feel the braid getting tighter and tighter so tight you can’t move your face or your head meaning sleeping tonight will be a challenge.
Let me know what you think and has any of these happened to you. This post is for a laugh and not intended to offend anyone.