Woman Left Distraught As Hair 'Falls Out In Clumps' After Botched Bleach Job
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A woman has claimed she spotted her mobile hairdresser flushing clumps of her hair down the toilet after it fell out while she was getting it bleached.
Shannon Wardlaw, 23, from Edinburgh, was left in tears when her hair started falling out during the appointment. Shannon said the hairdresser 'assured her it was normal' before flushing her locks down the toilet.
“I was looking for a mobile hairdresser. She came to my house with her kids which I didn’t mind as I have a nice heart and she took out two nine per cent bottles of bleach," said Shannon.
“She put it on my hair and saw it was orange so wiped another bleach on my hair and my hair started falling out in the bath.
“I asked her if this was normal and she said yes and carried on putting hair dye on my hair."
Shannon says she was then left with blue hair dye on when the hairdresser rushed out saying she had a bus to catch.
“Before she left she flushed all my hair down the toilet. had to run to my mum's late at night in a taxi, my mum's not a hairdresser but she had to try and save my hair," she continued.
“She cut six inches off my hair. It has now affected my mental health and anxiety as my hair is so short.”
She had originally paid the hairdresser £70 but thankfully had her fee refunded following the disaster.
"Before she went near my hair I was using Olaplex, I had nice healthy hair. My hair was black and red before this and my goal was to be black and blue," added Shannon, who shared her ordeal on Facebook.
On seeing the post, one person commented: “That is actually disgusting! I am so sorry this has happened to you.
“This is exactly why I will only go to the hairdressers to get my hair cut, everything else I will do myself.”
While another said: “Omg, I’m so sorry you’re going through this! I hope you get it sorted. What a shame, I’d have gone absolutely crazy!”
And a third added: “That’s so bad Shannon, what the f**k. I hope she has the decency to give you a message and apologise, that’s completely out of order.”