My name is XXXXX XXXXX im going throw a ugly stage in life my face use to be very clear . well anyways, my hair is limp and full of split end so one of my bad days i decided to go to a salon and get rid of my split end witch was just the end ,my hair is just a little passed my shoulders and so im trying to hold on to what i have so i go to a salon and explain over and over to the person and the first cut she shows how much she will cut. which is about 1/2 inch .will she haves a tv show she is watching and im tured to the way she sees the show so im thinking she knows what she is doing i cant she my self anyways long story short after she washes the die cause i wanted a darker color she sit me at another seat. i really cant see myself but i trust her she dry and and curls it and then she still cuts it then i start to worry and told my husben stop to her any ways when she was done i was not happy
State/Country relating to Question: California
nothing when i got home i was crying and put extentions on my hair but a week later witch is today i took them off and notice i have a mullet with one side way shorter then the other
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How terrible.I certainly understand your situation.. What is the question that I can help you with today?
I WANT THEM TO FIX IT I DONT WANT TO SUE I JUST WANT THEM TO PAY FOR A PROFESSIONAL SALON THAT DOES EXTENTIONS THAT WILL LAST 3 MONTH ENOUGH TIME TO TAKE MY HAIR TO GROW A LITTLE
WHAT DO YOU THINK
I think that is reasonable.
HOW DO I GO ABOUT DOING THAT
25 years of experience helping people like you.
I think that is a reasonable requestYou may want to go to the salon and speak to the manager. Explain to the manager that the stylist was distracted and show him the damage. If the salon refuses to pay for the extensions, you may need to retain local counsel for purposes of writing a letter to the salon threatening suit. Sometimes a strong letter from an attorney will avoid the necessity of suit and achieve the desired resultBest wishes for successWebLaw40947.0475545949
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