There are many questions that I have always wanted to ask my hairstylist but have not been able to when I am at the hair salon so I have invited my stylist Almog to my place to have this conversation. Almog Â used to do my hair and I realized how much difficulty I have actualy talking with him. LikeÂ many women Â expressing myselfÂ as far as my Â hair goes is not easy, especially after a certain age. We either have been with a stylist who sees us in one light and is terrified of offending usÂ Â or we are terrified of offending them. Going to see a new hairstylist is like committing adultery,Â infact worse, as it is more obviousÂ that we have been unfaithful. I Â tend to go on the missing list and try to figure some things out on my ownÂ which I have done this past year. Experimenting with Organic color at the request of my daughter and ending up using a combination of three colors from Herbatint after experimenting with each one individually. Now I am enlisting the help ofÂ Almog who has done such a great job onÂ my hair in the past.Â I wantÂ his opinion ( which I respect very much) on the colors I have chosen and his help doing this in a more flattering way so that I can incorporate my grey without actually going grey which I do not want to do. The results of this conversation are not a miraculous change. That is not what I wanted. The resultingÂ Â Â brightness and mix of the colors has made me very happyÂ but the distributionÂ Â of my Â grey is not yet where I would like it to be with these results, so Almog and I will follow up on this conversation with aÂ much shorter dialogueÂ speaking about the experience and what we have both learnt and how we are going to perfect this growing in of some of the grey and how I can upkeep my hairÂ so that I only need see him every 2 or 3 months.
Much Love to you all, Linda