Result? She cut herself, while doing a basic trim with layers on the bottom only. And bled in my hair (!!!!) And did such a shoddy job that I could have corrected her technique for her. Also, she cut off way more lenth than she was supposed to. Why don't some hairstylists get that when I say keep my hair the same length with layers at the bottom, I mean that the bottom layer should be my current length? In my defense, I've been under a lot of stress lately, so bad choices are part and parcel of the package...lol.
On a positive note, it wasn't a terrible haircut, just not an amazing one, which is what I usually aim for. My hair tends to grow out fast, so with a little Dabur Amla Oil and no dyeing whatsoever, I should have it back to my usual length in no time, and then I can go to a proper place that I know does a good job from past experience and get the work done properly. And for you, it can be an opportunity to learn from another's mistakes: Don't make irreversible beauty decisions before your wedding day on a whim. For any services you do get done, go to a place you already know. Make sure you've seen the beauty technicians work before, on yourself, in a trial, or on someone else. Know what you want, and be sure you know how to ask for it.
p.s. I am entering a few giveaways to console myself, you should to. Free Estee Lauder Makeup and a gorgeous evening bag can never go wrong.