Wednesday, March 12, 2008

See anything wrong here??

Ok, not yet. But just wait. Boys--don't even bother reading this one. Girls--feel my pain! So I decided yesterday to get my hair cut. I've been trying to get into my hair dresser from Ogden, whom I love and trust, but can't. I HATE going to someone new because I don't know if I can trust them! Ben just didn't understand, he said, "Does it really matter? It's not a big deal...I'll just do it!!" Um...no honey. Anyway, so since we're going to California and my split ends were split up to my scalp, I decided to be daring. I called around everywhere, looked in the ads, talked to people and finally decided on someone. I even said when I called, "Can you please give me the best stylist you have." So I went, got a highlight, told her I just wanted a trim, to keep my layers, but just take off an inch or so. That was all fine and dandy. It looked fine from the front! When I got out, Ben said it looked great, but the only thing on my mind was to hurry and get home and look in the mirror at the back of my hair. Worry was just flooding my mind. And THIS is what the bottom of my hair looks like now!!
You might want to click on it to make it bigger so you can see that the blonde layer on top is an actual layer that is cut STRAIGHT ACROSS. It is so uneven and bad. I can't even stand it. Next adventure--find someone who can fix it.
Oh and P.S. this cost me just a mere $75 bucks. No big deal right.

9 comments:

Candalyn said...

Ack! Finding a new stylist is the worst! I'm so sorry this turned into such a disaster, but you've inspired me to call mine RIGHT NOW and make an appointment so I'm not forced to do something drastic... like find someone new because I can't get in. Good luck getting it fixed!

Candalyn said...

And I just found out that my stylist is moving to TOOELE. And now I have to decide if I'm willing to make the commute from Salt Lake or if I just give in and find someone new... oh boy. Let's just say I'm feeling your pain. And the moving thing doesn't really help much, either. Sick, sick, sick.

Reagan and Jon said...

Oh I feel your pain! Men dont understand the hair thing. They trust supercuts for heavens sake. I barely found a good one here in Draper, mine moved to Wyoming like 2 years ago. :(

Haylie said...
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Haylie said...

Oh Camille! You poor soul! Why would she cut that blond layer straight across? I mean, I am no stylist, but even I wouldn't do that. Also, I agree with Reagan--guys just don't understand! They CAN go to supercuts or that place in walmart and look fine (sometimes..I actually know of some cases....)! We, on the other hand, CANNOT, unless we want to look like.... Anyway! I think you should have no problem finding a good one in San Fran--just go to a gay guy (abundant there!). The best haircut I ever got was from Ammon, the hottest man I have ever seen....who is also gay-DANGIT! Wow, sorry about the tangent. You should ask Ben if you can get it fixed in San Fran...tonight! Let me know how it goes! Love ya, hon!

Steph and Brady said...

Oh my! Call my sister-in-law! I burned my hair off one time when I tried to highlight it myself and she saved it! Good luck! It still looks beautiful!

krys said...

Oh girl... my number is 668-2157! Don't get desparate next time! Just call me! Ha and i won't even charge you $75 dollars! That's so sad! Did you get it fixed yet?

Sara said...

at least it is still long so very fixable! If you need a stylist here in Provo, Mark's cousin, Kam does AMAZING, and she doesn't charge an arm and a leg. I know, information that could've been helpful YESTERDAY!

krys said...

I usually charge $25 for a cut, but this is a case where i would gladly to it for half off! I work at Thomas hardy Salon in Ogden. Call me when you get back in town if you want me to do it! ;) Cell 668-2157 or my salon number 393-9561 Have fun on your trips!