Before I moved to New York City, my ex-boss told me: "you see, there are plenty of women who go to the hairdresser every week, so it's cheap".
He had to go wrong on the origin of the phenomenon as it takes about $ 40 in a single Jean-Louis David for brushing, so nothing particular property. No, get a haircut, it's like going to the manicure. This is simply a niche of your agenda blocked what happens. Have hands and nickel hair is essential. This is your image of sophisticated woman.
Manicure? Yes I did but it's not really a relaxing time when these beauticians, all Asian, show little smiling, causantes equally effective & speedy machines that blow cold air to dry the varnish. I much prefer to nail me alone in front of the TV.
The hairdresser? I went Friday after losing a promotion, a commercial sold me on the street. I'm an easy target when it comes to talk to me beauty and relaxation. Not knowing what to expect, I refused to touch it for fear of the color look like Barbie. So I am limited to brushing but what effect! Me who train for hours to look something with my long hair billowing, I enjoyed this fast and especially have come to realize the effect it produced from the moment I walked out of the room. I won in charm, beauty. Everyone made me out, my darling first.
Two days later, my hair is still impeccable. It makes me really want to repeat the experience.
Then the hairdresser every week, excessive vanity?