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Page 2 of 15 3 Last week, someone asked me what my favorite part of my job is. I think she expected me to say color or foils or balayage. I told her it was the relationships I build with people. I told her about one of my customers who's going through cancer treatments and facial reconstruction. She's so close to the end of her recovery, and one of the last steps was her hair. I explained how I never make house calls anymore, but she asked me to come to her house to see what could be done. I gladly went. She had a small scar on her scalp close to her hairline. We decided bangs were a good B E Y O N D T H E S H E A R S By Brianna Deschenes @hairbybri22 Master Stylist at Parlor Salon, Concord, New Hampshire µ ORIGINALLY APPEARED ON BRIANNA DESCHENES'S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT: camouflage. I made three snips, told her to look in the mirror, and the tears started flowing. Not because she hated them. But because she felt like herself again. She didn't feel like she needed to hide behind a baseball cap anymore. Obviously, this made me cry too. And I thought to myself, this is why my job is so great. is is why I do what I do. ree little snips can change everything. e emotional attachment I have with my customers is something that can't be explained. I know I make your lives better by helping you feel beautiful, but just know that each and every one of you make my life better. I get to share your happiest and saddest moments with you and everything in between. So, thank you for choosing me to be part of your lives. I love you all more than you'll ever know. ■ My Favorite Part of My Job is the Customers

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