Here's your chance to help a lit blogger with an ethical dilemma in her life:
I've gone to the same beautician for the past three years, and during that time, she's given me great haircuts at reasonable prices. When I go to her salon, there's no techno music, no display of Bumble & Bumble hair products, no bored, vindictive hipster stylists. We just watch true crime programs and Princess Di biography special on cable, and discuss them at great length. I always look forward to going to her. Until yesterday.
I walked into the salon in the morning, and discovered the beautician drinking a beer from a can in a paper bag. I was somewhat startled, but allowed politeness to override my good sense, and let her cut my hair anyway. However, it turns out that the woman was not merely hungover, but still somewhat drunk.
My new haircut reflects this state. I had to do a little creative trimming when I got home to salvage it.
So, should I go back to her again? I like this woman and she's always done a good jo in the past. I really don't want to find another place to get my hair cut. What should I do?
Still Kind of Uneven in the Back