A New York woman took her two-month-old baby to an online salon in January to get a “real” hair loss treatment.
The salon owner, Ashley Schmitt, told NBC News she paid $150 for a salon haircut, which included cutting and styling, and another $60 for a waxing and waxing treatment.
She then charged a $100 fee for the hair loss treatments.
Schmitt told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell that her husband had also done hair loss procedures.
She said he had done the same for her three years ago.
Schmidt said she decided to have her hair loss and wax treatments done by a dermatologist because she was feeling overwhelmed with her hair, and because she had been having a hard time finding hair products.
“I am in a really bad place,” she said.
“I have no hair to wear, and I am feeling like I am not doing anything.
I feel like my hair is being cut.
I am losing it.”
Schmitt said she was told by the salon owner that they would only cut off hair that was less than 10 centimeters long.
Schmit said she had a very dry scalp that was making it difficult to breathe and felt “uncomfortable” in her own skin.
She said she also felt uncomfortable in her skin because she felt like she had no options.
Schmits hair loss salon, on New York City’s Upper West Side, is a popular destination for people looking for a more natural style.
Schimmetts husband, Michael, told the New York Post that he had also had similar hair loss surgery.
Michael told the Post that the salon had a “giant selection of hair products,” which he said included shaving cream and conditioners.
Schimmit told NBC that her salon owner did not seem overly concerned about her hair.
“She seemed like a pretty nice lady, and she did tell me that they could do hair transplants on the spot,” Schmitt said.
Schiffi said she plans to try to get more salon services, such as laser treatments.
“We’re going to have to start having some type of treatment plan, just to get this right,” she told Mitchell.
“The other thing is the people who are doing this are so rude.”
Schmidt is a certified natural hair stylist.