We’ve all been there, we finally get that push to change up our hair. Whether it was because of a break up, a new job, or you’re reinventing your style. We all have the same emotional stages when getting our hair done.
You’re finally going to do it! You’ve done your research on exactly what you want and you’ve mentally prepared yourself and you’re so ready for your brand new look!
It’s been more than the suggested 4 – 6 weeks any stylist would suggest since the last time you’ve gotten a haircut. You knew the hair lecture was coming, but you still weren’t completely prepared.
Now that the shame is out of the way, you’re ready for your haircut. You’re a little unsure, but it’s too late to turn back now, right?
You’re ready. You want this haircut, and it’s going to look amazing. But it’s so different from your current style, you need this change, but it doesn’t come without a little bit of nerves.
It never feels this good to wash your own hair, it’s so nice to lay back and be pampered every now and then.
Hair color takes so long to process, why? There’s only so many times you can scroll through your Facebook newsfeed or Instagram photos before you start getting bored.
Why is so much being cut off? That’s more than I expected… the panic arises in you as you realize you’re now about to have much shorter hair then you imagined.
You could also never blow dry your own hair like this at home. You’re now getting excited to see the finished work.
You’ve been waiting for this change for so long, scared that you’d hate it so you never went for it. Now that it’s done, you love it, and you walk out feeling hotter then ever!
Whether or not you’ve realized it, those are the emotional stages of being at a hair salon!
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