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Old 04-16-2013, 10:19 PM
 
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A mobile barber, maybe, but women's hair can get complicated.

Say you're getting a perm. The stylist washes your hair (in your kitchen sink?), rolls your hair, and applies the perm solution. Then you sit under a dryer (where does that come from?) for at least a half hour while the perm solution penetrates your hair. What does the stylist do in the meantime? Does s/he go off to another customer and come back to take out the rods? Does she sit around and do her nails or read a magazine? Who pays for that?

Hair coloring presents the same challenge. There's a time lag while the chemicals are processing; the stylist normally would schedule another customer for a simple cut during this time.

Who wants to have snips of hair all over their kitchen floor? Who cleans it up? What if there's not enough room in the kitchen -- or any other room -- for the stylist to maneuver?

I don't think the OP has thought this through thoroughly ...
Arent there home perm kits you can buy at like CVS? And dont you girls often color your hair at home? Plus there are already stylists that do make house calls.
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Old 04-16-2013, 10:23 PM
 
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Ummmmm no. Take out your 15 year old Fridgeaire and try to get a Sub Zero wedged in there!

Many appliances are becoming super sized, more features means bigger cases.
you can just see what the dimensions of the appliance are and measure the space you have. You dont need to see it in person. If the company says it is this size, you have to trust them.
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