Good hairdressers for the girls

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Good hairdressers for the girls

Post by rbg » Mon 31 Mar 2008 23:01

After 6 years of bad haircuts , I have finally found a good hairdressers in Perpignan : Cut , colour, head massage ( I was snoring), soins, blow dry took about 3 hours so give yourself time .. service was excellent, I've a mad mop of hair and they have successfully tamed it.
Saint Karl ( they are a chain so beware, they will try to sell you all kind of products at mad prices) on rue de la Republic in Perpignan.
Have recommended to a number of other gal friends and they were all delira as well ....
Unreal for a place with so many hairdressers that there can be so many bad ones out there.
Also , what is the story with French womens fascination with red hair?

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Post by Roger O » Mon 31 Mar 2008 23:28

rbg wrote:Also , what is the story with French womens fascination with red hair?
Better ask Axelle!
http://www.18h34events.com/images/red.jpg

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Post by rbg » Mon 31 Mar 2008 23:37

Nimble fingers Rogo is up with a suitable link!!!
You are so funny Rogo, you should have your own search engine. Instead of Ask Jeeves, it should be Ask Rogo!!

Disclaimer : this is not meant to be offensive in any way.... :D

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Post by PaddyFrog » Tue 01 Apr 2008 07:53

Red Hair signifies membership of the women's Section of the Catalan Independence Party.
Michael

Outie

Post by Outie » Tue 01 Apr 2008 08:10

If I dye my hair red can I join................................... :lol:

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Post by Kate » Tue 01 Apr 2008 08:18

I also recommend Curcuma in Pollestres (half way down down the village on the right going from the Intermarché roundabout). Ask for Christine - she is one of the rare hairdressers I have found who seems to take time to cut rather than snip snip wham bang thank you mam! She doesn't speak English but she can sing the words of Big girls by Mica!!

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Post by Sandy M » Tue 01 Apr 2008 08:44

What does red hair on women elsewhere in France signify? I thought it was simply a popular shade with French women everywhere...

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Post by Sandy M » Tue 01 Apr 2008 10:12

My last posting was ironic, by the way... I don't do emoticons.

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Post by Santiago » Tue 01 Apr 2008 11:03

Is it like red shoes?

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Post by CarinaD » Tue 01 Apr 2008 11:55

I hope not, I love red shoes but don't have the same emotion for dyed red hair.!! I've often wondered about the red hair obsession, it seems rife amongst women of 'a certain age', not necessarily French I hasten to add!

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Post by john » Tue 01 Apr 2008 12:17

I wonder if this red hair thing is closely related to the story(myth?) that I grew up with ad a lad in Lancs,that if a woman was wearing a red hat,it signalled that she was not wearing any underwear.

It's to my ultimate regret that I never had the opportunity to discover whether this was indeed a myth......

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Post by Marguerite & Steve » Tue 01 Apr 2008 12:55

john wrote:I wonder if this red hair thing is closely related to the story(myth?) that I grew up with ad a lad in Lancs,that if a woman was wearing a red hat,it signalled that she was not wearing any underwear.

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Well you can safely say then John, that if we are not wearing a red hat...we ARE wearing underwear.. :wink: :lol:

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Post by rbg » Tue 01 Apr 2008 20:35

Holy shmoly, how a thread digresses!
I wear a red hat to work every day and I can assure you the myth is untrue!
Red shoes is another issue , a gals gotta have what a gals gotta have!

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