Saturday, 6 October 2012

How Can I Report A Bad Hairdresser?

Due to the lack of regulation in the hairdressing business, in the UK it is recorded that only 10% of hairdressers are actually registered with the hairdressing council. This means that the vast majority of hair salons are unregistered organisations. 

beauty treatment solicitorsThe easiest way to resolve a problem with a hairdresser is to either; talk to a senior stylist, speak to the salon manager or go to their employer. If you feel you have not had a satisfactory response, then my best advice is to seek legal advice

The Consequences of Botched Hairdressing Procedures 

When injured customers complain to hair salons, the most common response if a free corrective treatment, a refund or offered some of their products for free. This is never good enough for people who have been severely injured, burnt, scarred or suffered hair loss from this beauty salon. Quite often it will cause financial consequences for the injured party, as they will not only have to pay for corrective treatments, but also pay for medical bills and take time off work. 

These are all grounds for you being able to claim compensation if your hair stylist was negligent and failed to carry out your treatment in a competent manner. For more information please visit this Beauty Treatment Website, as they have helped me in the past when I have suffered at the hand of a negligent professional.