OC Task Runners

OC Task Runners

7700 Irvine Center Drive
United States
Phone: +1 949 302 1182
Web: https://www.octaskrunners.com

Category: Solicitors

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I wanted to discuss a little bit about the question, what exactly does the word "Salon" include? I immediately associate it with something special, beautiful, well-kept, pleasant place, good staff and other things. Here I will share my experience. Recently I was in the salon "Saules salons". As if a well-advertised place, the owner of the salon (if I'm not mistaken) Kosite. I went there for interest and also after your suggestions to try this place. Already calling this body I felt important, although I only needed to make an eyebrow correction. I was made to wait because I had arrived too fast. In total we had to wait 30 minutes. That would be nothing, because there was nowhere to hurry. And then I had to look at everything, first of all, the hairdressers themselves. Mostly women in their years (no objections), both experts in their job, but now the visual image. 1) no hair arrangement at all, even looked like an unhealthy hair structure, one even seemed unwashed. you don't have to have a hairstyle every time, but well - groomed for sure. 2) inappropriate clothing. by that I meant mostly overweight women and had put on clothes that looked too small. very tight jeans or regular pants and a tight T-shirt that does not cover the waist, everything pushes out. If a woman has a "thick" height, then I believe that she should dress according to her height parameters. The owner of the Salon should also be interested. You may need to introduce some staff dresscode. either at all or a bib (if hairdressers also call it that). 3) I noticed that the kindness was good. but when I saw that the hairdresser, just accepting the client, coughed into his hands even several times there even on the spot and did not go to wash his hands, then I felt so shameful. it made me think about hygiene measures and, if I had already talked about it, the next one; 4) toilets. yes, as if visually beautiful, but well. when I washed my hands, there was no disposable paper napkin but a towel. I felt like in the most ordinary place called SALON. the toilet paper was not in the container to be placed in it, at first I thought it was not at all, but then I noticed that the paper was placed separately elsewhere. I even home so cheap, or rather my friend, do not allow to buy. But this time I'm glad I found one at all. I think the things I mentioned do not reflect the word "SALON", but a place with scrambled prices. I'm not a scary lady or a caca, but I express my opinion that in spite of everything, if money is torn from me, then when I enter, I also want to feel like a princess and look at well-groomed people / places. I already noticed all sorts of nuances related to keeping care products in some smaller baskets that visually looked like a bardac. I don't think I will go to this place any more. It is possible that one of you has a positive experience, but now it did not look like SALON in my eyes. Simpler providers like this are much more enjoyable elsewhere.

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