It's not that this is bad, and in fact, I've been this color before, but when I'm paying $100+ for something, I want what I want. This was more like what I showed my hairdresser:
Not quite what I got, huh? So now, after several months of not feeling totally satisfied with my stylist, I'm in the position of breaking up with her. Have you ever broken up with your hurr-dresser? I'm HOPING to get a consultation with my cousin's stylist, though I read on her website that she is not accepting new clients. Eeek.
Maybe she'll take pity and at least sit down with me for a consultation. I feel almost like I'm going to a job interview or an audition. Trying to find a new stylist is NOT my favorite thing. I will be the first to admit I'm picky about my hair, and I'm willing to pay more for it, but if I don't feel like I'm getting the value for that money, I'll take it elsewhere.
Soooo, any tips for a sistah going in to beg someone completely new to fix their hurr? I'm all ears...
Top: Wal Mart
Jeans: Old Navy
Necklace, Ring Bracelets: F21