English dialogues at the hairdresser
A: What hairstyle would you like?
B: Make my hairstyle as you want.
A: I don’t want hair spray, please.
B: Okay. I’m not going to put it.
A: Where did you cut your hair? Which hairdresser did you go to?
B: I went to Jane’s salon. Her hair salon is in the city center.
A: I’m having my hair cut tomorrow. I’ve just made an appointment.
B: Which hair salon will you go to?
A: I want to reserve an hour for a haircut.
B: Sure. Are you available Friday at 4 pm?
A: I want to cut my hair short.
A: Don’t cut it too much.
B: Okay, I will keep it long.
A: I want to dye my hair.
B: Which color are you using?
A: I want my hair shampooed and set only.
B: Got it.
A: I don’t have an appointment for a haircut, but since I was in the neighborhood, I stopped by to see if you had time for me.
B: I was going to go home early today, but since you’re here, I’ll do your hair.
Dye the hair
Short/ long hair
Curly/ straight hair
More sample sentences
My dad’s always on my case about my long hair. He really wants me to cut it.
She always has dyed her hair a strange color.
It is certain that her hair is dyed.
I don’t like having my hair cut.
When Neil speaks to his hairdresser, he will request a rush job.
You badly need a haircut!
You need to wash greasy hair more often than you need to wash dry hair.
A few years ago Lisa cut her hair really short. I was surprised because she’d always had long hair.
Lisa had long hair when she was a child.
Your hair looks nice. Did you have it cut?
You’ve had your hair cut, haven’t you?
I think you should get your hair cut really short.
My hair is getting long. I should get it cut.
Your friend’s hair is much shorter than when you last met.
Tim usually cuts his own hair.