Heading to the salon for a beautiful new color can be tons of fun, especially when your hair is impeccably styled and at its peak of perfection at the end. But what if your stylist turned you around to face the mirror and your hair was not only not what you wanted, but just plain terrible?
Not all dye jobs are created equal—sometimes, things just don't go as planned. Whether a pro stylist screws up your locks or you make a mess of your own hair during an at-home dye disaster, all you can do about is laugh.
One fateful morning, Simon Ford decided to sneak a little of his wife's pricey shampoo, completely oblivious to one important detail: the shampoo was actually hair dye that his wife was using to tint the ends of her hair in the shower. On the bright side (hyuck hyuck), he learned his lesson about using his wife's beauty products without asking first.
When this young English woman went into the salon for a glossy dip-dyed treatment in hopes of brightening up her ends, she had no idea that this is what she would be leaving with: a two-toned mess that starts nowhere near her ends. Instead of a delicate ombre dye job, she got a style more fitting of Cruella de Vil. Shockingly, while the salon corrected the colorblocked mess, she was still made to pay for the original service.
One thing that people probably learn in beauty school is that what you cover your client's hair with while you're dyeing their hair really matters. But when you dye your hair at home, you don't get that important lesson. In this woman's case, she put a plastic bag over her head and it just so happened to have her local grocery store's logo on it — which was then transferred straight onto her head, staining her hair (and giving the grocery store some free ad space).