Do you hate going to the hairdressers and getting asked loads of questions by the hairdressers? I hate it. I shave my hair sometimes to avoid it.
Yeah I hate it too, especially when they are a gaggle of young attractive ladies like around here - it makes me feel worse for my pitiful answers, or I just lie and pretend I have a life.Do you hate going to the hairdressers and getting asked loads of questions by the hairdressers? I hate it. I shave my hair sometimes to avoid it.
there was this one lady who did my nails and she gave me a random massage, but for some reason the awkwardness went away and it felt m-azing hahaI go to this nice lady who's cut my hair for a while now. She still asks me stupid questions like do you have a boyfriend? but for the most part we just talk about her kids for some reason. See once I learn a place I just stick with it.
The only problem is the owner of the salon who always calls me "kitty". He's creepy and tries to give me back massages lol. I figure if I can handle him than I'm ok with any hairdresser.
i hate looking at my reflection while getting my hair done as well...i mostly look at the ground or just politely smile when they ask me how my hair looks so far.I've never been to the 'proper' hairdressers, I just go and get mine cut at a family friend's house. The first couple of times I was so nervous because I hate having to sit there and be forced to make conversation, but it's not too bad anymore. My mum usually has hers done at the same time so I'm not even on my own, which helps a lot, and also the person who does it is a chatterbox anyway so she'll just carry on talking if you're not being very talkative yourself.
I'd really love to go into a salon one of these days and get a complete style overhaul but my anxiety is holding me back. Part of the reason why I prefer getting it done how I do now is so that I don't have to sit there talking whilst looking at my reflection in the mirror the whole time... because that, to me, is torture. Currently it just gets done in the kitchen in front of the TV followed by a quick pop to the bathroom mirror to check it's okay, which I'm extremely thankful for.