Hijabis & The Salons

Salam. So I had my hair cut today. 


I wish it had turned out as da bomb as Halle Berry's. Hurmm...

The first question when I entered the salon was, 'Any closed section for hijabis?'
When the answer was to the affirmative, I dragged my feet inside.
Once settled with the Halle Berry kinda style, I asked about hair color.
'Do your colors have Halal sign on them?'
Again, when the answer was to the affirmative, I extended my intention further.
Next, 'How long it's gonna take?'
45 minutes, she said.
'Can you have my hair cut first and I'll come back for the coloring after praying?'
And of course the answer was yes, you guys.
Customers are always right, remember?
*wink.

And as usual, once I put my hijab on before going off, I've got this similar weird look from the hair-dresser. 'Why Oh Why you're ruining my hard work' look.
If you know what I mean.
So I laughed out loud and said, 'What a waste, ya?'
She was caught off guard quite awhile, before laughing with me.

Well, that's what always happens to hijabis and the salon(s).
At least here in Malaysia.
Thanks for reading, folks. Until next time, Sayonara.
Much Love, TPJ.

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    1. Xde la vogue, gee.. Nampak fresh la sket.. Siap kaler2 kaaan? Ngeh3x.

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  2. thanks for this usefull article, waiting for this article like this again. new salons

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    1. Thanks a bunch for reading and leaving your comment. Peace!

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