JOSEPH: I need a haircut.
SARAH: Do you have an appointment?
JOSEPH: No, I don't. You look pretty busy today. Do you have an opening for me?
SARAH: Yes, we do. I can cut your hair right now if you like.
Do you need a shampoo too, or just a haircut?
JOSEPH: Just a haircut. I washed my hair this morning.
SARAH: Alright. I will have an assistant wet your hair. Then I can cut it.
Please step over there.
How would you like your hair cut today?
JOSEPH: Well, I last had a haircut eight weeks ago. So my hair is pretty long.
But I want the same style.
SARAH: I recommend you leave it a little long on top.
But we should take in the back and sides a bit more. That's more fashionable now.
JOSEPH: Alright. You are the expert. I'm happy to have your recommendation.
SARAH: So I will cut the sides just above the ear. Is that good?
SARAH: And do you usually part your hair along here?
SARAH: Alright, I know just what to do.
Your hair seems quite dry, you know. And I see some split ends.
JOSEPH: Yes, I know my hair is quite thin.
It runs in my family. Everybody has very thin hair.
SARAH: The problem is the split ends. They make your hair look even more frizzy.
JOSEPH: I don't know what to do about it.
SARAH: Well, there are two things you can do.
First, don't blow-dry you