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How do you say ‘Not too short’ in another language? At the hairdresser in a foreign country

For women who travel a lot or live overseas, one of the biggest challenges is finding a good hairdresser. They need to speak your language so English is essential. That’s the only way to guarantee you’ll get a perfect cut, or is it?




For all you brave, dissatisfied souls who started life afresh in another country, and all that that entails.

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Lisa Morrow

Lisa Morrow

Sociologist, blogger and writer

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