POLITICO title A new look for women in the workplace article “I’ve been trying to learn how to take a haircut for over a year,” said Shiri Vaidya, a hairstylist in New York City, who has worked at two other New York hair salons.
“It’s been really hard.
I’ve been working on it, but it’s a pain.
And then I get sick of it.”
Vaidyanas hair is typically styled by a stylist and the salon has become an unofficial salon for the women in her industry.
But the women who do this for a living, often at a high-end salon, don’t necessarily have the luxury of choosing a hairstyle that fits the occasion.
“I’ve had a few clients say, ‘I’ve never had such a beautiful woman with such a stunning style,'” Vaidyah said.
“I think that’s a good thing.
I’m glad people care about beauty.”
In fact, a number of the women interviewed for this article said they wanted to be seen as more than their looks, but their hairstyles and looks are also often the things that draw in new clients.
One woman, an award-winning fashion photographer, said she recently had a client who wanted to take photos of her with her hair in a certain way.
“He was like, ‘Wow, I wish I could have been this beautiful,'” the woman said.
The women interviewed said that they have no problem with the way the industry has evolved, and that they’re willing to work hard to be recognized for their work.
But they also said that there is still work to be done.
“My hair is not what it used to be,” said one of the salon employees.
“There are people who can’t do their job.”