ISN'T it the worst when you're paying for a service but the employee decides to rush you and do a terrible job?
Well, this former Drybar employee revealed how you can get the blowout of your dreams without being rushed out the door.
A woman, who goes by the name of Miss Julia DH on social media, filmed her friend who gave her the secret to getting the perfect blowout as someone who doesn't have straight hair.
"For anybody who doesn't have white girl hair, tell me," she asked her friend, referring to straight hair.
The former Drybar employee then revealed in the video: "You have to put in the notes that you have textured hair because if not, they'll book you for 45 minutes and then rush your hair and f**k it up."
Other Drybar employees took to the comment to say they agreed with this advice because they often feel bad when they don't do a great job simply because they didn't have enough time.
Others added that the same applies to women who have really long hair because it tends to take longer.
Previously, a hairstylist revealed her trick to avoid getting frizzy hair – and it has everything to do with when you choose to brush your hair.
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A woman online put out a call to all curly and frizzy-haired people, instructing them to follow her routine if they want their curls to have a silky texture.
Posting to the UK salon UnitFour’s TikTok account, one of the team’s hair specialists said: “Do you know that if you use a hairbrush to brush your hair when you get out of the shower, you’re actually going to create so much more frizz in your curls?”
Instead, do your brushing in the shower.
And you’ll want to opt for a comb rather than a traditional brush.
“What you want to do is pop conditioner on, comb it through with conditioner. Then rinse off, jump out the shower, and let it dry naturally,” she instructed.
“If you find that it is still knotty, then please use a wide-toothed comb and start from the bottom and work your way up the hair.”
The hair expert said this trick would work for wavy tresses as well.
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