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I visited your branch at Sky Max Mall in Viman Nagar, Pune yesterday, and what I experienced was nothing short of 30 minutes of misery. I walked in, accepted your very reasonably priced haircuts (truly they are reasonable), and spoke to my assigned hair dresser. Unfortunately I was unable to catch his name, but he was of a small built and had the personality of a serial killer (of hair).
The first thing I did was tell him that I have been growing my hair for a while and I am trying to grow it further, and all he had to do was trim it down and even it out a little. Little did I know that he would take that as a threat to his existence and look at me as if I had shamed his entire family. He kept insisting that 4-5 inches needed to go, and I kept saying that I don't really care. Mr. Habib, I am an advertising professional, and if there is one thing I've learnt, its that the client is always right.
After a tough struggle that lasted 10 minutes and almost cost me a few tears, he began to chop away with a devious grin that told me he had the power and there was nothing I could do about it. I watched as hair started falling, snips became locks, and locks became chunks. There I was, powerless, as this hair murderer hacked away at my long waves. I began to sob on the inside just dreading what he'd do next.
Despite me taking him through my haircut with step-by-step instructions, I got something I never ever wanted. My hair has a mind of its own, and after years of looking at it everyday, I have devised a carefully chalked out plan to make it look presentable, and that's what I paid for. But apparently your barber boy thought I was his practice doll, that he could do what he liked and I wouldn't say anything. Oh, and Mr. Habib, he actually looked away as he snipped at my hair and cut off 2-3 inches that didn't need to be cut, with some fancy scissor that he liked ruining my hair with.
After the bloodshed, he started to clean up. I noticed that the front was longer in parts and highly uneven, and this is coming from me, someone with no hair cutting experience. I didn't want to boost up his demonic levels again, so I just decided to get another hair cut the next day, and I did. And guess what, its awesome!
I also want to bring to your notice that all this while, he was pulling my hair as if we were starring in a Garnier ad. Oh, and this is a good one, he burnt my scalp till I yelped as his devious grin grew wider. Honest!
Mr. Habib, I don't doubt your skills. You are obviously one of the most successful hair stylists in our country, but you might want to rethink hiring men straight out of the barber's shop to come and cut women's hair. After all, what do they know about the pains of straightening one's unruly fringe, and more so growing it.
I really hope you take this into consideration and don't let your minions ruin other people's hair. As for me, that was my last visit to your salon.