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By random - / Wednesday 6 May 2009 08:57 / United States
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Were the foils actually hot or was it the chemicals they were using that burnt your scalp? This happened to me once when I got my hair straightened. They left the treatment on for too long and I ended up with a very sore scalp and red burn marks on the top of my forehead. Needless to say I didn't go back there again.

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As expected, everyone's going Sue this and Lawsuit that! It's not that easy, you know. And all that work for loss of profit after you paued the lawyer? OP, go back there, tell them off and say things that will ruin their business. Threaten to tell people, they might give your money back. And after that hopefully profitable encounter, don't ever go back there.

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That is all people think of when a person gets hurt. Sue the person or company that caused it. I would personally go in show the hair dresser and demand my money back.

Sorry to break the news to all of you but im currently a student for cosmotology...that honetly doesnt make any sense unless you had a scalp abrasion already. The foil itself woud not be burrning hot to burn your scalp. The only thing i could think of that is a posiblity is that your stylist could have placed the color or decolorizer too close to the ends of the foil and when the hair swelled the color or decolorizer was directly on the scalp causing a chemical burn... xoxo Chad

Were the foils actually hot or was it the chemicals they were using that burnt your scalp? This happened to me once when I got my hair straightened. They left the treatment on for too long and I ended up with a very sore scalp and red burn marks on the top of my forehead. Needless to say I didn't go back there again.

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