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By Anonymous - / Thursday 2 December 2010 17:38 / United States
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By  chelle82  |  0

I've been doing hair for 10 years now and make quite a bit more money than most of my friends who have "professional" jobs. Next time you're getting your own hair done why don't you take a moment to ask your stylist about the Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, and Electricity classes he/she had to take before you write it off as a "worthless qualification".

By  Iknoweverything  |  29

First off, you can make good money in hair. Women are vain, men are vain, and everyone is willing to pay to look good. And before you write it off as worthless, why don't you cut someone's hair, and see how it turns out? While I would never go into hairdressing, I would never deem it worthless... otherwise my hair would look like crap. Second off, you should ALWAYS know what your patients work in before complaining. It avoids insulting them. Third off... your patients are NOT paying you to complain. Do your job, be cheerful, and listen to THEM complain. Fourth off... I hope your hairdresser never hears you think low of him. You may never look acceptable again.

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  Lolerskatez  |  0

YDI I'm a qualified makeup artist I get paid $60 an hour working with estee lauder and $300 a makeup for wedding occasions, which it's wedding season for Australia so money money... so what're you KFC casual sales staff? You my friend are a worthless qualification

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  Lolerskatez  |  0

Dear #94 thanks for the thought, but I wasn't angry when I posted that, just happy i'm not a foot doctor like OP, judging by your awesome comment I'll assume you're a smart kid, now take your post number (94) and take it from itself (94-94) you still with me? and now you have my carefactor please take it make love to it do whatever but just take it away from here

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  matt692009  |  0

98, its also an easy job, and probably enjoyable if you're into that, usually womens pay is shit because there not the main source of income anyway (Yup Yup I said it). 102, you coulda said that in a sentance, the way you did it makes you look like you have no life and have some sort of social disorder.

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  matt692009  |  0

OP, its her life, not yours, so let her do as she pleases, you're her sister, not even her mother, encourage her to do what she enjoys, life is about enjoying yourself. Everyone gets money to try enjoy themselfs, but has a hell of a time trying to do it, that they hate everyday life. Work a job you love, as long as you can pay the bills, you're life will be 100x as enjoyable as someone doing something they hate for a higher pay. Your sisters got the right idea on life, doing what she loves, not whats better financially. Don't dare lead her astray. Hope I helped :]

By  chelle82  |  0

I've been doing hair for 10 years now and make quite a bit more money than most of my friends who have "professional" jobs. Next time you're getting your own hair done why don't you take a moment to ask your stylist about the Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, and Electricity classes he/she had to take before you write it off as a "worthless qualification".

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  MexRomeo  |  0

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  lovelyxlore  |  0

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I myself am also a hairdresser, and I've been quite successful at it. I've been in the industry for 8 years and I have no trouble providing for myself and family. Anyone can be successful at any job. Hairdressing is not a worthless career.

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  ice_rose88  |  0

Wow, did you ever consider that maybe she has a passion or talent for being an esthetician or cosmetologist? it has nothing to do with aiming higher or aiming lower...people should do what they enjoy, why go through life disliking your career and wishing you had picked what you love to do. screw you haters. Not everyone is in it for the money.

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  Seahorsebby  |  0

wow ur effing stupid I would like u to go to cosmo school and see it u have to know anatomy physiology chemistry electricity business ur degrees of angles diseases disorders infections proper sanitation and that's just what u need to know! then teres te shit ton of things u have to actually do and know how to not fuck up the structure o your hair. and by the way graduated high school with high scores in all my advanced classes so think before u talk

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  chelle82  |  0

I graduated with a degree in finance, thank you very much #35. I went straight from college to cosmetology school while working as a mortgage broker. So please don't make ignorant statements on subjects you clearly know little to nothing about.

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Yea because hair dressers defiantly have waaay more intensive anatomy and physio knowledge than physicians. And the same with electrical engineers, or chemists! Seriously I'm not putting you down. It's very difficult and requires it's own type of expertise. Not that of a physician.

By  BehindTheSun  |  2

Not sure what you mean by 'patients', but I'm guessing you're probably in the medical field. Just saying dude, I guarantee you they don't give a fuck. Dont whine and bitch to people you don't know, and people who don't give two shits.

By  Iknoweverything  |  29

First off, you can make good money in hair. Women are vain, men are vain, and everyone is willing to pay to look good. And before you write it off as worthless, why don't you cut someone's hair, and see how it turns out? While I would never go into hairdressing, I would never deem it worthless... otherwise my hair would look like crap. Second off, you should ALWAYS know what your patients work in before complaining. It avoids insulting them. Third off... your patients are NOT paying you to complain. Do your job, be cheerful, and listen to THEM complain. Fourth off... I hope your hairdresser never hears you think low of him. You may never look acceptable again.

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No matter if you dislike it or not, physicians are going to talk while the work. Trust me, the talk while they're operating, they talk while their treating you. You're getting a service that you hope is good. I mean last time I checked most hair stylists talk while they work, is it somehow different with any other occupation?

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