Ran across a new show on the Style Network that I've been enjoying so figured I'd share. I've seen 2 episodes so far and both have been a lot of fun. If you're into the hair salon stuff, it may be worth a shot.
Can a high-end Beverly Hills stylist actually pull off a blue rinse, wash and set in Smalltown, USA? What's a barber from the heartland to do when faced with the demands of a big-city client? Catch the hair-raising antics on Split Ends to find out!
Tune in to see stylists switch roles and settings, to the complete surprise of their unsuspecting clients and coworkers. Day one of the swap features the stylists' orientation at their new salons, learning the "house rules" and acclimating to their new environment. Day two is the stylists' first day of work in their temporary digs. Day three turns the tables on the salon workers, as the visiting stylists get to apply their unique management styles and do things their own way.
Will there be a mutiny among the beauticians, or will staffers prefer the new boss to their own shop owner? Sure, a fancy stylist can waltz in with a snobby attitude, but if he or she can't keep the customers satisfied, the ship is sure to sink.
After the swap, the two stylists return to their home salon with some new tricks--and maybe a few new gray hairs. Watch Style every Saturday night at 6 to see who's left standing after all the suds are rinsed away!