schweppes wrote:Integer wrote:Q.long, that time for me. I think safer to buffer in at least 1 hr.
- washing, talking to her on styles, cutting, think rinsing again, blow ... plus a bit of waiting in between them ( she served > 1 customer at any one time ... the minor bits like checking her workers' work ...etc)
That's about the time taken to cut my hair too. But I did not feel like I was wasting time. Maybe I take that as my ME time, so will try not to feel time-stressed. Weekdays are better as it's off peak period. Waiting time gets longer during weekends and the festive periods like Christmas and CNY.
Like yourself and Integer, I tell her I need maintenance-free hair style. No time and too lazy (also don't know how) to blow dry/ style hair in morning. Only have time to comb hair and put on leave-in conditioner or hair serum in the morning. Then off I go.
I don't go for hair treatments. I try to save $$ by doing my own hair treatments at home (currently using Fekkai which I bought from Sephora.... a small tub has lasted me a year)
Ya, I was also relaxing with the tea and magazines , plus chit-chats with her. Relaxing ... the environment.
Thanks for the hair treatment lobang, schweppes. Love Sephora ... so many things to see & try.