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Reluctant for an expensive haircut, if they do it wrong, it can fetch you around 2 crores


 Aashna Roy, aspiring supermodel visited the salon at ITC Maurya on April 12 back in 2018. She asked for her usual stylist but due to non availability, she was offered another stylist upon assurance from the staff.
 She had modelled for VLCC and Pantene in hair product ads for hair products. Roy was “shocked and surprised to observe that despite her specific instructions for long flicks/layers covering her face in the front and at back, and 4-inch straight hair trim from the bottom”. The hairstylist had allegedly “chopped of her entire hair leaving only 4-inch from the top touching her shoulder”.


 The staff at ITC in order to allegedly cover up ordered a free hair treatment which was “dubious and it resulted in damage of her hair. Her scalp was burnt with severe burning sensation due to hair treatment and there was itching and flaking of the scalp. The chemical used in hair treatment has caused permanent damage to her scalp”.
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