| tatee wrote:|
why not just tell the braider to loosen up? i really dont understand accepting that kind of pain and potential traction alopecia.
sn: i got so distracted for like 20 minutes watching that girls channels and trying to figure out why she had so many views when she and her gf seem kind of boring.
Some WILL NOT listen to you. They're too stuck in their ways or too prideful and "know what they're doing" so they turn a damn styling session into medieval hair torture. -.-
I went to this salon last year and was pretty nervous since it was my first time since going natural. It was a black salon.. SUPPOSEDLY.
The woman who was going to do my hair was this white woman. A white woman has never styled my hair before so I was damn nervous but decided to be open-minded.
That woman *&%^$#@Eed up my hair so bad with the blowdryer, bitch made it rain clumps of my own hair and I sat there like a fool trying to get my money's worth. -__- She couldn't even exhibit BASIC hair care practice correctly. Even worse, when she began cornrowing my hair, I told her multiple times, "not too tight/please loosen up" and this heifer would just smack her gum and say "yeah" with NO CHANGE in how she was braiding.
When I was done, I was in so much pain, I was in my car crying. I have NEVER had that happen before. Not even as a kid did I cry after the hair was done! That white woman mistreated my hair and scalp so bad, I undid the cornrows an hour later and found I had a couple of cuts on my scalp after finding crusted blood.
Some stylists simply do not give a damn. I gave that place a bad review on yelp and google. They tried to dismiss everything, smh.