By Anonymous - 02/02/2015 17:38 - Canada - Toronto
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3, I think you just assume most of those old school barber's are good. Maybe it's just me but I don't think it's crazy to assume that. How does their store stay open if they aren't. Op, it sounds like this was that barber's first day and hopefully he got fired immediately! I never complain to managers or try to get someone fired, but in this case I would say it's ok to do so.
#83 although OP definitely has a reason to be upset and complain, OP should not complain solely to get the hair dresser fired. If, as you say, it was his/her first day, he/she may have been nervous, had shaky hands and made some regrettable mistakes. He/she did apologize after all. I'm sure that with some practice the hair dresser will get better. Not everyone can be perfect right off the bat.
Well those were some super cuts... I wouldn't normally suggest suing but that sounds like gross negligence and you really should think about taking legal action.