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15 Things You'll Relate to if You Work in a Salon

Lauren Quick | November 13, 2017 | 8:30 AM

Salon life: It has its moments of greatness—like nailing a color correction with your work bestie—and those that are less great—when your client still sees yellow in the most glorious platinum-blonde you've ever concocted. 

But at the end of the day, it's great to work in beauty. Even when your resident Sharon/Jan/Brenda is up to her usual tricks. 

1. How do I put this gently... N O. 

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2. You'll thank us later, Sharon.

3. Snackin' is a habit, get like me. 

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4. THE. WORST.

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5. Client besties >>>>

6. Teamwork makes the dream work!

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7. Every day is chemistry class.

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8. *Laughs all the way to the bank*

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9. Please, hold your applause.

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10. The strand test determined... THAT WAS A LIE.

11. You, me and Joe Biden all know that's a ridiculous request.

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12. First: How did her hair get like that? Second: How did that stylist fix it?!

13. Just put my latte on the station, Brenda, and no one gets hurt.

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14. Dreams really do come true!

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15. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

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