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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Default how often do you go to the hairdresser?

    every 2ish years maybe longer 😳😳
    when I lose this 16.5kg that's my reward I'm so looking forward to it :-)

    the kids get 2 hair trims a year jan & July

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    It's been well over 12 months. My hair is getting really long again so should book in again soon

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    Every 6 - 8 weeks, it's one of my favorite things to do

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    Umm, I went in November. Im going next week on my birthday... wanted to go pixie short again but I think that will require more regular visits so I'm not sure.

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    Default how often do you go to the hairdresser?

    Before dd- every couple of months.
    Post dd- when I can't take it anymore!
    I've had my haircut 4 times since dd was born 2.5 years ago.

    I don't consider it me time at all. I hate sitting in a chair for hours with a stranger yapping at me and not getting out and enjoying my baby free time!

    I went to just cuts 2 days ago as I just wanted to be in and out. I'll dye it at home now. It doesn't look as great as a salon job but it's ok, and only cost me $30 as opposed to whatever ridiculous figure other hairdressers' used to make up, anyway from $100 to $350. It was always a guessing game and stressed me out.
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    I haven't been to a hairdresser in about 12 years! I usually do it myself when I feel like a change though I would love to be able to go at least once a year.. I'll probably go before this baby comes though as I have been thinking about it.

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    Every four weeks like clockwork. I have short hair that grows quickly so of I leave it longer than that I tend to have really fluffy hair.

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    Every 3 months to get regrowth @ trim done (maybe some foils too)😊 Really sux when your natural blonde starts losing its pigment due to getting older😦 Miss those days when I never had to colour it at all!!

    That's about how long in takes until I can't stand looking at it any longer not to mention the fact I'm starting to resemble a cast member from "Houso's" a bit too much for my liking!!😁

    It's also as often as I can afford to go with only the 1 wage coming in atm while I'm home with DD😊
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    I have a lovely hairdresser and I drive out of my way to see her but even so, I only go when I'm in desperate need of a colour and cut as her salon is the most comfortable I've ever been in.
    So about three times a year absolute tops!
    Call me a weirdo but I'm not keen on being pampered and preened by strangers.
    I don't do anything like that, massage, waxing, eyebrows..had a facial ONCE!
    Will do that again when I need to but that's an absolute necessity.
    The idea of a Spa hotel fills me with dread! Hehe

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    Every 6 weeks. I book the next appointment as I'm leaving. It's just a cut though, I dye my hair myself.


 

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