Don't think I would bother again though. It REALLY REALLY hurts! not sure I would recommend it for very young children. Also i found the women who did it very unfriendly and quite intimidating.
It looked nice and kept me cooler as my hair wasn't constantly in my face, but don't forget to apply suncream to the scalp!!
This year she wanted the half head braiding and I think it did hurt getting it done but she loved it in and it was very easy to take out. Cost 15€. I would advise asking about as some people tried to charge us 25€ but we said no and walked off. We also got a free bag of bands to change them if we wanted.
Congrats on the new job. Hope you enjoy it. Salou is full of ladies who do braids and cornrows. If I was you the first time you go to get your hair done go to one of the ladies who actually has a shop/stall rather than the ones who work near the promenade and down the side roads who work from a folding table. At least if you have any problem you will be able to find them again. Once you have been there a while you will find out who is good at this and who is not.
hey did you finally find a solution?On 4th February 2008 at 02:06pm, ayeshashasha said:
hey everyone! im flying to Salou in april (got a new job as an entertainer! WOOO!) and i have a mighty problem. my hair. being a black girl... im worried about finding a good place to get my hair corn rowed... weaved etc... does anyone know of any afro carribean hairdressers in salou? or will i have to wear a wig for 6 months?!
love Ayesha :sun2
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