Woman Faints On Live TV After Hairdresser Cuts Off 12 Inches Without Telling Her
Not to be dramatic or anything, but bad experiences at the hairdressers are basically the same as heartbreak.
Having more taken off than you asked for is betrayal in the highest form and we simply sometimes require some soft counselling afterwards, especially if you've spent ages growing your hair.
So you have to feel for one woman who had twelve inches of her her shiny brunette mane lobbed off seemingly without her consent - and she ended up fainting on live TV because of it.
Model İlayda had been getting her hair on Turkish makeover programme called Kuaförüm Sensin (or You're My Hairdresser), by hair stylist Bilal Ağın.
All smiles to start, İlayda stands with her back to her stylist and he goes straight in with the scissors, lobbing off a solid 12 inches of her hair in under 10 seconds.
As Ağın whips off the last bit and flings the locks around in his hand like some sort of prize catch, all the while with a smirk plastered infuriatingly on his face, İlayda reaches for her long locks only to find the ghost of her hair.
Running her fingers through her newly shortened hair, the woman tries to maintain composure which she manages for approximately one second before immediately losing it, wailing with her face in her hands.
Sis, we feel you.
In the meantime, her stylist continues to smirk like he's just heard a juicy bit of goss. Seriously, what's with this dude?
İlayda then whips off her gown and makes a beeline for the set's exit, still bawling, when she collapses on the floor in the arms of one of the hosts.
Honestly, the drama. Imagine spending years growing your hair only for someone to take it off without your consent. No, we would actually lose it.
However, many were convinced the whole thing was staged on account of it, well, looking pretty staged. I mean did you see that soap opera glare she gave him when she spins around?
Either way, we hope İlayda grows to love her new short hair, and takes solace in the fact it's being donated to charity.
Yes, the hair in the show is donated to Let My Hair Be Your Hair, which provides wigs for people who have lost their hair during cancer treatment.
Silver linings, eh?
Featured Image Credit: Kuaförüm Sensin