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Princeton, WV

#1 Jul 20, 2010
What happened to the Hair Studio thread????
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Buckhannon, WV

#2 Jul 21, 2010
She had it deleted! Guess she didnt want her dirty laundry on here!
Big Momma

Clay, WV

#3 Jul 21, 2010
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA wrote:
She had it deleted! Guess she didnt want her dirty laundry on here!
I guess you are right. If she wanted it on here she could have easily posted it herself. People just needs to leave it alone. Everyone gets paid back for wrong doings somewhere down the line.
worriedwife

Sneedville, TN

#4 Aug 15, 2010
I just want to make sure ANY and EVERY married and/or happily taken woman out there makes sure that their husband/boyfriend NEVER ever EVER goes to Hair Studio and Day Spa!
The girls that work there may as well offer blow jobs! I went with my husband a few weeks ago and as if the ENOURMOU sign that states "ANYONE NOT RECIEVING SERVICE MUST STAY IN MERCHANDISE AREA" wasn't bad enough (meaning i had to sit up front) while i heard them cooing over my husband in the very back of the salon---
it took them an HOUR and a HALF to cut his hair....CUT HIS HAIR people! All the while i could hear them repetedly say AWWWW we just LOVEEEE you sooo much john*(name changed).....
i was FREAKING out! i asked a few other people about it and they said they felt the same way---so WATCH OUT!
hmmm

Welch, WV

#5 Aug 16, 2010
who runs or owns that place now???
hmm

Bluefield, WV

#6 Aug 16, 2010
I've heard the same thing and I would NEVER let my husband or boyfriend have his hair cut there! That's so unprofessional!
worriedwife wrote:
I just want to make sure ANY and EVERY married and/or happily taken woman out there makes sure that their husband/boyfriend NEVER ever EVER goes to Hair Studio and Day Spa!
The girls that work there may as well offer blow jobs! I went with my husband a few weeks ago and as if the ENOURMOU sign that states "ANYONE NOT RECIEVING SERVICE MUST STAY IN MERCHANDISE AREA" wasn't bad enough (meaning i had to sit up front) while i heard them cooing over my husband in the very back of the salon---
it took them an HOUR and a HALF to cut his hair....CUT HIS HAIR people! All the while i could hear them repetedly say AWWWW we just LOVEEEE you sooo much john*(name changed).....
i was FREAKING out! i asked a few other people about it and they said they felt the same way---so WATCH OUT!
serious

Rupert, WV

#7 Aug 16, 2010
hmm wrote:
I've heard the same thing and I would NEVER let my husband or boyfriend have his hair cut there! That's so unprofessional!
<quoted text>
whats it matter? they're all dikes!
Good God

Rupert, WV

#8 Aug 16, 2010
Girls, you need to get a clue. Do you get pissed when a waitress flirts a little to get a bigger tip? I'd say not. The ladies at Hair Studio are sweet and just trying to be nice. Everyone needs a little boost of self esteem once and a while!! Get a grip ladies. Instead of being control freaks over your men, why don't you learn to trust them. After all, if you can't trust him, then why are you with him???
Paige

Elkins, WV

#9 Aug 16, 2010
I've gone to hair studio for years and NONE of those girls are that way. Every single one of them are sweet as can be && hilarious!!! They are professional and would NEVER do that with a client ((married, dating OR single...they have morals)) and for you to sit there and talk trash about them Miss WorriedWife, why don't you speak your peace to their face instead of hiding behind that computer screen of yours? Why don't you go make your husband a sandwhich instead of talking shit.
hmm

Oakvale, WV

#10 Aug 17, 2010
Hmmm they act all flirty and ridiculous (not to mention slutty) just to get an extra tip? Go work at Southern Exposure if that's what you want! get a clue yourself!!! You just make yourself look stupid.
Good God wrote:
Girls, you need to get a clue. Do you get pissed when a waitress flirts a little to get a bigger tip? I'd say not. The ladies at Hair Studio are sweet and just trying to be nice. Everyone needs a little boost of self esteem once and a while!! Get a grip ladies. Instead of being control freaks over your men, why don't you learn to trust them. After all, if you can't trust him, then why are you with him???
Meee

Northfork, WV

#11 Aug 17, 2010
hmmm wrote:
who runs or owns that place now???
Tee Tolliver runs it now.
TOPLESS HOT MAMA

Hermitage, TN

#12 Aug 17, 2010
Come on ladies, really!!! I think men are mature enough to go to the salon by themselves. Women that feel that they need to go to the salon with their husbands sounds like women who are very insecure to me. Hair dressers are just fun!! They work a very different kind of job that the norm. They are being professional and trust me, the chalkline they had to walk before was rediculous. They are just enjoying their freedom a little bit. If you are so worried about it, just give them a bj before they go!! That's how rediculous this sounds. Maybe there's problems in your marriage already or your husband has already been unfaithful. If he was getting what he needed at home, then you wouldn't have to worry about it!! Get real!! I think you all are just jealous. Go to beauty school and learn how to do it yourself!! I give my husband a haircut while topless!!! He doesn't care what the haircut looks like, he just likes the view!!!
Fancy

Hermitage, TN

#13 Aug 17, 2010
If they don't like it, have them go somewhere else!! But, seems to me, your men like it or they wouldn't pay for it!!! Hmmm!!!
Fancy

Hermitage, TN

#14 Aug 17, 2010
Paige wrote:
I've gone to hair studio for years and NONE of those girls are that way. Every single one of them are sweet as can be && hilarious!!! They are professional and would NEVER do that with a client ((married, dating OR single...they have morals)) and for you to sit there and talk trash about them Miss WorriedWife, why don't you speak your peace to their face instead of hiding behind that computer screen of yours? Why don't you go make your husband a sandwhich instead of talking shit.
Rock on Paige!!! I'm with you on that one!!!
hmm

Bluefield, WV

#15 Aug 18, 2010
It's so obvious that the 'girls' who work there are replying on this forum. And "give your husband a haircut while topless?" Give me a break!!! Amazes me how many idiots are in this town.
well

Bluefield, WV

#16 Aug 18, 2010
it really doesn't matter how friendly and fun you girls think you are, it gives you no right whatsoever to flirt with married men! it can cause family problems, some men think that's just an invitation. their wives don't enjoy sitting there seeing (or hearing) the exchanges... if you had any values at all you would just stop it and be professional. when women (or men) do this, sounds like something is lacking in their own lives.
Jelous you are

United States

#17 Aug 18, 2010
If you don't trust your man any more than that well. Then you shouldn't be with him. Hairdressers are just trying to get a bigger tip but it's up to your husband to know right from wrong. Don't blame the ladies at hair studio you may need to look at your husband and yourself for being so insecure.
hairdresser in va

AOL

#18 Aug 18, 2010
Have you ever tried to give someone a good haircut, color, or perm while being distracted by the people they drag into the salon with them, especially screaming kids who are running around with no supervision except the person you are working on? If you cannot come to the salon and let me do my job, then why bother? I admit that I have miscut hair when someone has jerked their head to answer and then had to work to make the cut work. Give us a break. We are not superhuman! We have a receptionist to answer the phone and schedule my appointments, and I don't bring my friends to work to gossip. We are beauticians, not magicians! I don't work in an environment like you all are describing where "extras" have to sit up front, it sounds like a productive shop. Sounds like some of you are too insecure to trust your men. By the way, I am a gay male and I don't come on to your husbands, boyfriends, or you, but I do good hair.
well

Bluefield, WV

#19 Aug 18, 2010
Insecurity has absolutely NOTHING to do with it. Sounds like more than anything you want the guys to come and leave their "annoying little distracting families" at home. Well you chose the occupation and you chose your workplace so you can just put up with our guy's little distractions.... meaning his wife and family. And guess what? If you are one of those girls that are doing this with other guys... even if it's what you consider "harmless flirtation"... one day it WILL come back to haunt you .... and I totally agree with the person above who said you must be lacking in your own little selfish lives if you have to do this to get your kicks or a big tip. One day you will have a man in your life (if you don't already) and you will see some woman flirting with him and you'll realize karma really is a beotch!!!
hairdresser in va wrote:
Have you ever tried to give someone a good haircut, color, or perm while being distracted by the people they drag into the salon with them, especially screaming kids who are running around with no supervision except the person you are working on? If you cannot come to the salon and let me do my job, then why bother? I admit that I have miscut hair when someone has jerked their head to answer and then had to work to make the cut work. Give us a break. We are not superhuman! We have a receptionist to answer the phone and schedule my appointments, and I don't bring my friends to work to gossip. We are beauticians, not magicians! I don't work in an environment like you all are describing where "extras" have to sit up front, it sounds like a productive shop. Sounds like some of you are too insecure to trust your men. By the way, I am a gay male and I don't come on to your husbands, boyfriends, or you, but I do good hair.
REALLY

Bluefield, WV

#20 Aug 18, 2010
Jealous (correct spelling) I am NOT. Men don't need temptation in any form. And it's really pathetic that you have to flirt with someone else's husband or boyfriend just to get a bigger tip. Again, if it's a big tip you need, go work at southern exposure or somewhere where girls are SUPPOSED to act like you do! Give me a break!
Jelous you are wrote:
If you don't trust your man any more than that well. Then you shouldn't be with him. Hairdressers are just trying to get a bigger tip but it's up to your husband to know right from wrong. Don't blame the ladies at hair studio you may need to look at your husband and yourself for being so insecure.

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