POPSUGAR Love You Don't Need Permission To You Don't Need Permission To... You Don't Need Permission To... by DearSugar 6/28/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest ...get another bad haircut because you're too scared to break up with your hairdresser. Source Read More You Don't Need Permission ToLove And Sex POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Food DIY Love and Sex Home Vegetarian Tech Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. LaLaLaurie06 8 years katie225 - i so agree! i've actually been contemplating switching hairdressers but i'm too cheap. i like my lady but our hours just aren't jiving. i'm sure she's probably figured i've found someone else. it's been awhile since i've gotten my hair cut and highlighted. katie225 8 years the your versus you're mistake is one of my biggest pet peeves. especially when it's done professionally. fab4 8 years I do not like my hairdresser right now AT ALL, but I've been going to her for 2 years. I can't bring myself to go somewhere else. PLUS, its a small town so she'd know the other people too. Cher412 8 years Random, but i know that guy in the picture. He's not a hair dresser, he's an actor. Good to know he's got some work. haha legallyblonde 8 years It should be *you're*, not your. missro21 8 years Amazingly this is hard. You start with a new hairdresser, you trust her and you stay with her or him. But you have to remember it is all about the hair and they are not your friends. Otherwise you will be too afraid to hurt their feelings when you don't like your hair. I just broke up with my stylist after she turned my hair bleach blonde --- it was supposed to be a honey red. sweetheart_450 8 years *not an option to go back to. Sorry. :oops: sweetheart_450 8 years I used to do this. Then I moved to the US for a while, and got a proper hairstylist. When I returned home, the old hairdresser was not option to go back to.