Deciding to get a new hairstyle is always a big deal, especially if you’ve been looking forward to it for a while.
So when a woman paid £120 for a new style, she was disappointed with the results.
A hair wisher called Chelsey explained on TikTok that she wanted curtain bangs of blonde hair, but it’s not as dramatic.
When her usual hairdresser wasn’t open, she went to a different salon.
However, things got worse from here.
“The hairdresser completely destroyed my hair, burned my scalp, ears and neck, and still charged me £120.
Things got worse when the hairdresser “aggressively” brushed Chelsea’s hair with bleach.
She claims the bleach was “all over” her ears and neck and her skin started burning, but “it didn’t bother me.”
After three times of bleaching, Chelsea finally got some relief.
At this point, she says her hair started falling out, but it was still not a proper blonde shade, but rather a ginger color.
The fringe didn’t live up to her expectations either, and the hairdresser “cut her hair even more aggressively” after she complained that she didn’t look like the inspiration photo.
“I spent years making my hair healthy again for him to destroy it in a few hours,” she said.
” Moral of the story, check out the reviews before you go,” she captioned the video.
A viewer asked why she hadn’t spotted the “red flags” beforehand, but she says she ignored them because she was determined to change her appearance.
Chelsea said: “It should have been a red flag that they booked me on the same day. [and] They didn’t patch test.
“But with so many things going on, I knew my hair was ruined all along.”
On the way back to the salon, Chelsea says she went to another hairdresser to get her new look fixed.
They managed to flatten her fringes and cut off the fried ends, but it was still far from what she originally wanted.
Viewers were shocked that the hairdresser missed the mark so badly.
“If this happens to me, I want them to pay the full amount of the extension until all the damage is done,” one person commented.
The second was, “That sucks. Stand up for yourself and get your money back.”