Staff, I hope you keep her web site the way it is….
Dear Wanda at Longhairs office,
I’m glad that I finally have the opportunity to write to you. Things have been very hectic for me, but I wanted to share a few things with you about Louise Marie and her web site.
Louise has been my hair stylist for years now and I can honestly say that I have never been happier with my hair and scalp. Without her help, my only solution would have been a dermatologist and lots of medication .
I am extremely grateful to Louise. Not only is she extremely talented, she is the only hairstylist that takes the time to CARE . And that is not all. Louise lets me be who I want to be. We are all surrounded with trend setters on television and on the web. I see this all over shows like City Line TV Show and on the web sites that advertise hair products and salons..
Women are constantly being categorized according to the standards set by these trend setters. I can still recall someone saying on television that “as long as you have long hair then you are still considered a little girl.” This is a form of “group think”. It renders women to compare themselves with other women and then cut their hair in ways they don’t like or that simply do not suit them.
I appreciate the sophistication with which Louise has conducted her business. While in her non-salon I am usually the only client there, at one time. This has always made me feel at ease and comfortable.
The web site which you have created for her never has any pictures of other men’s or womens hair that create feelings of anxiety about whether my hair is the right length, colour or curl. I never feel as though I’m being pressured into looking a certain way according to somebody’s trend.
I really hope that things will remain this way. I hope you keep her web site the way it is. It really is very refreshing to see such a sophisticated, informative and intelligent presentation. Keep it up!
(a Canadian curly)
March 20, 2017