This is a test

“I remember whenever my dad talked about his two daughters, he said one wanted to be a lawyer, and the other wanted to be a hairdresser. That was me. I guess the writing was on the wall.”

Kathy Michaud-Rubino, owner of Kasali Hair Studio, had a terrible experience with a hairdresser when she was a child. Far from putting her off scissors for life, it made her into the excellent hair professional she is today. “I always had a pixie cut but I grew my hair out and when I was 12, I went to get a shaggy cut. I was so excited,” she recalls. But the stylist did not listen to me well enough and I was right back to sporting a pixie.  I cried for days.  This was the last time I ever went to a hairdresser.