Not only do I have 3 desks, but I also have 3 hairdressers. It's a long story but first let me show you the hair saga :)
My hair in its natural (very curly) state looks like this...
and I want it to look like this...
Hairdresser 1 is actually my favourite but she's a lot more expensive so I only go to her to have a wash and blow dry. Also, she really chalks up the points in my book because she works quickly (and beautifully) so I need exactly 30 minutes, and you know how I am about wasting time...
Hairdresser 2 is actually Dion's ex-hairdresser. She is the cheapest of the lot and I get my hair coloured (well, I get the grey covered) with her. The problem is she takes forever and our appointments take at least 2 hours every time, and I don't always have the time.
The reason Dion stopped going is because she keeps you waiting even if you have an appointment and he has very little patience. And you thought I was bad! :)
Hairdresser 3 is Dion's current hairdresser. Very similar in style to hairdresser 1, she is extremely punctual. Sees you at exactly your appointment time and you're out promptly too. I go to her if I need my hair trimmed because she does EXACTLY what I want, which is to neaten it up but not take any of the length away.
Of course, having 3 hairdressers means you have to organise your hair visits really carefully.
Hairdresser 1 works at a salon about 2 minutes' drive from my house. Early in the pregnancy, when I was severely fatigued, I'd literally be in the shower and feel like my arms wouldn't even hold up to let me finish washing my hair. So I'd get out, phone her and pop right over for her to wash and blow it dry.
Which is great but has made me very lazy - I looked at the shampoo and conditioner in the shower this morning and realised I probably haven't even washed my own hair for at least a month, if not 6 weeks!
But enough about me - how many hairdressers do you have?