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I have a graduated bob my hair is straight, natural not coloured, very thick and with a mind of its own . I bit like me really

My hairdresser gets very cross because I cut it myself instead of going to her more often .

I only ever have a dry trim, I am not paying a fortune for someone to wash and dry my hair.
Meg, sounds very similar to my hair, except that I have coloured mine up to now. I wash my hair and have a dry trim too, £9.95 at my local salon and they do a good job.
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Good luck!

With my chemo there was one infusion that stung my arm so badly that they had to slow down the infusion time by about half.
My new IV is over 46 hours, how I shall sleep with a pump attached to me is anybodyís guess!
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I echo what others have said and wish you luck with the Chemo Val J...
Thank you Eliza.
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Meg, sounds very similar to my hair, except that I have coloured mine up to now. I wash my hair and have a dry trim too, £9.95 at my local salon and they do a good job.
I have a dry cut too, my hairdresser only charges £4 but I always give her £5 and consider it a real bargain!
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Gosh, I thought mine was cheap but yours is a real bargain Leia!
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I am lucky. I have had the same lovely hairdresser & friend for many years.

She used to have a salon in town, but closed it and went back to teaching and assessing the apprentice hairdressers at college.

Then she worked helping cancer patients get the right wigs, but she is a gentle girl, and that got to her after a while, so she gave that up.

Now she comes to my house and does mine for me.
I'd trust her with my life.
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Good luck Val.

I have always had my hair long down to my waist but now its very short and very wavy.

I only have a Dry Cut/Trim but I just paid £15 for mine. Leia how did you manage to get yours done for £4.00.
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Iím going to have my six weekly cut and blow tomorrow at a local hairdressers and it will cost me £35.
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Good luck Val.

I have always had my hair long down to my waist but now its very short and very wavy.

I only have a Dry Cut/Trim but I just paid £15 for mine. Leia how did you manage to get yours done for £4.00.
I have been going to the same hairdresser for years. £4 is the Senior citizens rate for dry cuts. You can't make an appointment, you just sit and wait your turn. My hair is short but cut in layers and she just gets on and cuts it, I have no complaints.
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Originally Posted by Mups View Post
I am lucky. I have had the same lovely hairdresser & friend for many years.

She used to have a salon in town, but closed it and went back to teaching and assessing the apprentice hairdressers at college.

Then she worked helping cancer patients get the right wigs, but she is a gentle girl, and that got to her after a while, so she gave that up.

Now she comes to my house and does mine for me.
I'd trust her with my life.
Mups, l donít understand you getting someone else to do your hair when you trained as a hairdresser?

I also trained as a hairdresser before l went on to do other things but l still cut my own hair and colour it.
I wouldnít trust a hairdresser, they cut your hair too short and in the way they want it, not the way you want it!!
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