By suuoerwholock - United States
Today, I went to the mall and was persistently asked to try one of the curling irons at a kiosk. I don't like to use heat on my hair, but I reluctantly agreed. The iron burned off a good chunk of hair from the back of my head. FML
suuoerwholock tells us more :
OP here. This had actually happened a few months ago so my hair is grown out to the point where it's not really that noticeable now. I have roughly 3 feet of hair and I am asked almost every single time I walk by any kiosk that has to do with hair to try out their product. To the people saying that I shouldn't have "caved in"-- I had already walked past this kiosk 3 or 4 times and didn't see any harm in a couple of curls.
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  cupcakebruh  |  21

The only time we have ever bought something from those people was when they weren't shoving it in our face. Although, then again it was for Splat Balls and it was my 6 year old neice who wanted one

By  OhWhoCares  |  42

Murphy's law states that anything that can go wrong, will end up going wrong. :-) Maybe since your hair isn't used to the heat, it was more vulnerable and they had the curler set too hot? Sorry OP.


Never said OP had to use it, just get something I'm return for the damaged hair. Could sell it, gift it, actually learn how to use it. Fuck, use it as a dildo for all I care, just make them pay for what they've done.


Some dumbass I went to highschool with did just this. It was plugged in and hot. She was hospitalized. Everyone found out about it from her "friend" and the poor girl was called Irons for the next four years.