How To: Dump Your Hairdresser

The first cut was magical. And those caramel highlights inspired such envy at Mommy & Me. But now, your stylist always makes you wait and seems distracted as he snips. The thrill is gone. Do you read him the riot act or just silently move on? “You can confront him, but it’s better to just try somewhere else,” says Byron Williams, owner of Byron Studio on Robertson Boulevard. “Then, you can always come back in six months with no hard feelings.” What if he spots you cheating on him and ducking into another salon? “We don’t take it personally,” he says. “It’s the nature of the business.”

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