A hairstylist in the United States has been told by a client that she has lost a lot of hair because of her style.
Nashika Aitken, a hairstylists assistant, told ABC News: “It’s become very obvious over the years that the way I look has a lot to do with how many years I’ve been in the industry and how I’ve spent my money.”
She says the client is trying to get rid of her “bald, stubble, and frizzy” look that she’s been going for 10 years.
Nashik said the client, who has been a hairstyle consultant for more than 20 years, is trying “to get rid” of her ‘balding, stubbles, and curly hair’.
“She wants to get out of the way of her natural hair and it’s not about making a statement,” she said.
“It just isn’t.
The hairstylistic assistant said her clients are often surprised when they start seeing new hair coming into their salon because they have previously seen the same hairstyle in their past.””
It’s about how I’m living my life.”
The hairstylistic assistant said her clients are often surprised when they start seeing new hair coming into their salon because they have previously seen the same hairstyle in their past.
“They think, ‘Oh, I don’t see that anymore.’
It’s usually a new hairstyle and they’re not sure why,” she told ABC.
She said it’s important to be aware of how your hair can be used to make a statement.
“I can be as honest as I want in how I go about my work,” she added.
“It has to be honest with myself and with the client and the salon staff, because they’re all in the same boat.”
The advice was first shared on Instagram by Hairdresser @kristina_kyle.
“When you look good and look beautiful, it means the world to the people that love you,” the hairstylastomist wrote.
“So I love having your hair and I think it’s so much more important to have your hair that way than it is to look good.”
The salon is located in New York City, but has been in operation since 2005.