I think that the most important thing a woman can have - next to talent, of course - is her hairdresser.— Joan Crawford
Delicious Hairdresser quotations
Hairdressers are a wonderful breed. You work one-on-one with another human being and the object is to make them feel so much better and to look at themselves with a twinkle in their eye.
I don't advise a haircut, man. All hairdressers are in the employment of the government. Hairs are your aerials. They pick up signals from the cosmos, and transmit them directly into the brain. This is the reason bald-headed men are uptight.
My mother had a premonition and she felt that hairdressing would be very very good for me.
My mother was a gypsy, and she had a lot of dark blood in her, and her hair was very, very thick - she couldn't even get a brush through it. So I have been very fortunate. And every time I go to cut it off, hairdressers refuse to do it.
Hairdressers are professional gossips; when only the hands are busy, the tongue is seldom still.
I'm an Air force Brat and I've lived all over the world and this country and there were people in my community who were gay - nurses, hairdressers, designers - people who just had a different way about themselves.
All a woman needs is a good bath, clean clothes, and for her hair to be combed.
These things she can do herself. I very seldom go to the hairdresser, but when I do, I just marvel.
Like a therapist hairdressers are in a position of trust.
We are transforming not just how a person looks but how they feel.
Creativity runs across many categories in life, from the arts-and-crafts project a mum or dad does with their kids, to the bestselling author's manuscript, to the designs of the hairdresser, to the creations of the computer programming genius.
Talking to your hairdresser is almost like talking to your therapist.
I love a lot of things, and I'm pretty much obsessive about most things I do, whether it be gardening, or architecture, or music. I'd be an obsessive hairdresser.
For nine years I worked to change what was hairdressing then into a geometric art form with color, perm without setting which had never been done before.
A hairdresser holds a trusted place in a woman's life
I always wanted to be a hairdresser.
To be a good hairdresser, you have to understand what the vision is of the designer or the photographer and then sort of add your thing.
Be nice to your hairstylist. It's an instant gratification! It doesn't matter how badly their day has gone, in that moment they feel amazing. And the hairdresser has made them feel that way.
Girls are always getting mad at each other and they tell their hairdresser to purposely mess up another girl's hair.
I certainly think that when I flick through all the magazines at the hairdresser's I like to see and am drawn to images that have an intelligence and mind at work behind them.
I was reared in an atmosphere where a great deal of attention was paid to women's hairdressing.
My hairdresser and I found ourselves shopping at Bloomingdale's with nothing to do for days.
I got into hairdressing and moved from Dorset to London, where I got an apprenticeship at Vidal Sassoon. This was around '83 or '84. I was working on South Molton Street, which was then the epicenter of all the shops. It was like a catwalk. So I did my apprenticeship there, but I wasn't successful.
I used to be a hairdresser.
When my hair is long enough to be cut, I go to my wife's hairdresser, and she generally pays for it.
I know in London a Welsh hairdresser who has striven so vehemently to abolish his accent that he sounds like a man speaking with the Elgin marbles in his mouth.
I asked my hairdresser what would look good on me. She says a Los Angeles Rams football helmet.
It's an ill will that blows when you leave the hairdresser.
The audience has spoken. They want stories. They’re dying for them. They’re rooting for us to give the right thing. And they will talk about it, binge on it, carry it with them on the bus and to the hairdresser, force it on their friends, tweet, blog, Facebook, make fan pages, silly GIFs, and god knows what else about it..
While you remain at home your hair is at the hairdresser's;
you take out your teeth at night and sleep tucked away in a hundred cosmetics boxes - even your face does not sleep with you.
The first Van Halen album makes Johnny Rotten out to be what he really was and still is: a hairdresser.
I also could see myself as a stand-up comedian, a fashion designer (for people of all sizes), a hairdresser, an earnest and eventually burnt-out politician, or the owner of a small bistro. But I fear that, without poetry, I would have simply been going through the motions.
What finally prompted me to lose weight was a view of myself in a hairdresser's full-length mirror when I was seated and wearing one of the salon's floral print robes and realized that I looked like a slipcovered club chair.
I've always been a dreamer...or let's just say I kept my options open. In my heart, I knew singing was gonna be in my future, but I considered psychology, hairdressing, banking, teaching, acting, modeling, aviation, and philanthropy. I just didn't know I'd pretty much be doing all of these things eventually!
Being an actress, you are accustomed to learn to do so many things.
.. You learn how to dry your hair, curl your hair and do your nails. Sometimes, just for fun, I have someone come in to do my nails, but I like to do them three times a week. If I went out to have them done, then I would spend my life at the hairdresser's and that I can't afford.
I haven't had any bad jobs. I was a hairdresser before and that's it. I still cut my family and mates' hair when they want a trim. If I go up to Scotland to see my mum, I know she'll say, 'Bring your scissors!'