Would You Strip for Beauty Salon Treatments?
The economy sucks, but that doesn't mean your blowouts, facials or waxes should be the first to go
Second JobTwo clients of the Jet Rhys hair salon in San Diego, Calif. took part time jobs at Starbucks to afford their hair services. "They come in every two weeks and rotate between hair color, conditioning treatments, hair cuts and color glaze," says owner Jet Rhys. Between the hours spent at work and at the salon, the husbands are feeling neglected because they never see their spouses. While the customers did attempt to space out their visits, they realized that the time and effort to maintain their look was worth it because nothing made them feel worse than a bad hair day.
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