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Q: Are there any salons in the Hangzhou area who specialize in cutting and coloring a westerners hair?

I now live in Hangzhou and i'm in desperate need of a haircut and blonde highlights.  I have searched quite awhile for such a salon, but to no aval.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  smiley

8 years 36 weeks ago in  General  - Hangzhou

 
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Yuna_n = Allyb = Chinese person pretending to be foreign.

 

Yuna: What was your intention in resurrecting this random, pointless, obviously dishonest topic from years ago? Doing so immediately verifies that you are a Chinese troll. But I am genuinely curious as to what you think it will achieve.

 

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find a reputable looking hairdresser and bring a local friend who understands what you are looking for to translate. That way you can find out if the place can do what you want. 

 

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Thank you, Sorrel for answering.  I did ask a few of the women in the office, but I believe my request was lost in translation.  I did find one salon who stated they can do the highlights, but found out this was not the case.  My quest is ongoing....

sorrel:

find a picture showing what you want done

this might help explain a bit more

be aware, it MIGHT go horribly wrong as Chinese hair is quite different from 'foreign ' hair 

good luck ! 

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Great idea and thank you!  Yes, you're right Chinese hair is very different from foreign hair.  I have faith I will find someone or someplace soon to help me so I don't have low lights (roots) anymore.    I'm determined 

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So did you find any hair salon?

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Chinese hair is very different from western hair? Like Chinese bodies are very different from western bodies?

 

Hair is hair lady. Hair is a protein filament that grows from follicles found in the dermis, or skin.

hi2u:

You should say that to a black woman who would damage her hair if she washed it more than once a week.

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Yuna_n = Allyb = Chinese person pretending to be foreign.

 

Yuna: What was your intention in resurrecting this random, pointless, obviously dishonest topic from years ago? Doing so immediately verifies that you are a Chinese troll. But I am genuinely curious as to what you think it will achieve.

 

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Eddie and Guy?

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so what, i didnt noticed the timefrown

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