The stylist I booked was apologetic about the loss of AC, but it didn’t make up for the uncomfortable experience
I’ve been going to the same hair salon for three years now. I go every six weeks to have my roots touched up along with a trim, and I’ve been using the same stylist. She’s a good friend from high school, and we enjoy our time together chatting during the process. Last month, my stylist gave birth to a baby girl and was on maternity leave. Although I was overjoyed for her and her growing family, I was a little upset that I’d have to find another stylist. I’m fairly picky about my hair, so it takes a lot for me to trust anyone else with scissors. My mom recommended her stylist, so I agreed and made the appointment. This was a big mistake. When I arrived at the salon, I couldn’t find a parking spot. I had to sit in the tiny parking lot for twenty minutes before anyone moved their car. When I finally walked inside, I noticed there was no AC. The doors and windows were open, and it was miserably hot. I don’t know much about building codes, but I’m sure you need AC to run a hair salon. There’s so many chemicals floating around in the air, and without proper ventilation and airflow, this could be bad. The stylist I booked was apologetic about the loss of AC, but it didn’t make up for the uncomfortable experience. For the first time ever, I asked the stylist to skip the blowdry. I left with wet hair because it was just too hot without AC.
central air conditioning