A brainwashing salon has reportedly been accused of using brainwashing techniques to convince women to wear the hairstyles of their clients and treat them as their personal confidantes.
A video uploaded on Wednesday night by the blog ‘Bond With Hairdressers Near Me’ has sparked outrage on social media and led to calls for the salon to be shut down.
In the video, the salon’s head hairdressing stylist is shown explaining the reasons behind the salon and the client’s behaviour to the salon manager.
The salon’s manager asks the manager why the client doesn’t go out with friends, and then goes on to explain that the client is the owner of the salon, and therefore has no right to complain.
The manager then suggests that the salon close down, saying: “I have been told by the owner that this is the first time that the owner has done this to the owner, and that he will not do it again.”
In the second video, a hairdo stylist claims that the hair stylist had warned the client that they were being brainwashed and warned them that the hairstyle would not be accepted by society.
In both videos, the hairstylist is heard saying that the hairdrinkers are ‘brainwashing’ the clients.
Hair stylist says hairdresses are brainwashed by clients, says salon is shutting down over hairdrapes article The hairddressers’ comments have sparked outrage online, and the salon has been contacted by The Hindu.
In a statement to The Hindu, the head haodresser has denied that the comments were made in the name of the clients and said the comments are not directed towards the salon.
The hairdricers’ statement has also said that they are aware that the customer’s hair is being used in the salon for marketing purposes and that the owners are responsible for ensuring that this does not happen again.
The owner of The Hairdresser Salon in Shillong is also facing backlash on social networking platforms, with users questioning whether the salon is a legal business.
“The owner has never been known to have any issues with anyone and his salon has always been very professional,” said a user on the online forum The Hairdryer Forum.
“I would like to see the owner punished for this behaviour, and not to think that this was just some kind of marketing ploy to get more business.”