New York, New York. Getting a manicure while drying hair at Francois de Paris, a hairdresser on Eighth Street (LOC), originally uploaded by The Library of Congress.
I've never done this on the blog before, but I've just taken on a client who is a hairdresser, and I'm putting together some ideas for their, quite elegant, salon.
So what I'd like to know from you is:
- the WORST thing about going to the hairdresser, and
- the thing you love BEST about going to the hairdresser.
And if you have been wooed by some marketing that really spoke to you, I'd love to hear about that too.
Myself, I think parking and timings are difficult things with appointments (and babies), and one of my biggest frustrations is that I'm nearly 40 and still don't know of a haircut that I'd love.
My happiest hair period was when I was making regular appointments with a hairdresser that was a terrific cutter, and her salon had heaps of natural light, fantastic coffee and homemade biccies.
I'd love to hear your stories!