These Graphic Photos Show How Painful Being A Hairstylist Can Be

OMG, this is terrifying.

These Graphic Photos Show How Painful Being A Hairstylist Can Be

These Graphic Photos Show How Painful Being A Hairstylist Can Be

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  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:07

    Anonymous

    "To be clear, the horrifying red marks you're looking at in Patel's photos are not from the daily motions of hairstyling — at least not directly. What you're looking at is the result of gua sha, an instrument-assisted form of massage therapy that works on scar tissue and, according to Patel, stretches muscles and realigns the spine." Not from hair styling. 😂😂
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:08

    Anonymous

    This is just so stupid
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:09

    Anonymous

    Please do your research before posting embarrassingly inaccurate stories! 🙄
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:14

    Anonymous

    Wait a minute..., I think that’s coin oil. For Asian culture, they use that for when you’re sick.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:29

    Anonymous

    Even sedentary jobs where you sit all the time take their toll. Probably the only people who don’t suffer from some kind of similar issue is yoga instructors. 😂
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:32

    Anonymous

    Why is Delish posting this? Aren’t they about food? Or recipes? Then to put this up just to get attention. How pathetic can you get? Or desperate I should say.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:33

    Anonymous

    Unfollowing. Nothing to do with anything "delish"
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:33

    Anonymous

    Working as a scrub tech is the same, hunched over patient, constant repetitive movements passing instrumentation and holding extremities for shoulder, knee and hip repair. Sometimes I feel I have to be Hercules.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:35

    Anonymous

    1. Yes, hair styling is a very hard job. My cousin was a salon owner until she developed career ending carpal tunnel🙁 2. Not to complain about the articles but how about food based ones?
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:37

    Anonymous

    Lord have mercy🤦 Gua Sha, something similar to Graston Technique, breaks up stagnant blood that is usually around inflammation. Graston Technique is used to break up adhesions and helps the body heal itself. It only helps relieve muscle tension and pain. Also, it's not "horrifying" it's called petechiae. Petechiae is red blood cells pushed out of the capillaries during the treatment. Your body then reabsorbs the red blood cells to promote circulation. Which then in turn helps with inflammation. It's not painful at all. I have been receiving this therapy for 8 years. It's literally the only thing that helps me function without pain medication. Whoever wrote this could have easily done basic research to get this info. Nothing "horrifying" about this and hairdressers aren't the only ones who suffer from repetitive motion.....
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:47

    Anonymous

    Fake news. Do some research before you publish. This is so wrong. Picture shows effects of a metal coin used in massage therapy. Get your facts straight!
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:50

    Anonymous

    And this my friends is why you DO NOT believe everything you read or see on FB!! These pictures have nothing to so with hair an any way, these pictures are of someone who got a certain type of, obviously painful, massage type of thing (not sure the exact name)
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 03:58

    Anonymous

    Lies- These photos are results of a type of massage therapy. Nothing to do with hair styling.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 04:04

    Anonymous

    Maybe talk about how hard it is to be a chef/professional cook (nonstop standing, burns, cuts, dangers of the kitchen, the stress). Atleast that has to do with food.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 04:10

    Anonymous

    I’m not a hair stylist but look like this after that treatment also
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 04:48

    Anonymous

    I don't know every f****** job I've ever had Works me to death LOL
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 05:01

    Anonymous

    Red Dragon massage... https://www.google.nl/search?source=hp&ei=xtG4W_2hJsOXkwWd4aTgDA&q=red+dragon+massage&oq=red+dragon+massage&gs_l=mobile-gws-wiz-hp.3..0i19l2j0i22i30i19l3.2018.9108..12463...0.0..0.284.2091.10j6j2......0....1.......3..0j41j46j46i131j0i131j0i10.3X_LCGNC1aw Delish should stick to food only
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 05:18

    Anonymous

    I have never heard of this. From: a hairstylist who has 22 years expexiemce 😔
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 06:44

    Anonymous

    This article misleading in so many ways #1 this page it’s about food #2 the supposed marks are not even due to hairstyling or on a hairstylist
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 12:17

    Anonymous

    that pic is SOOOOOOOO MISLEADING uhg
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 12:21

    Anonymous

    These photos are from a red dragon massage. It doesn’t not hurt and the person that did it said he will do it again.
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 13:55

    Anonymous

    I’m a stylist for 44 yrs and never looked like this. I might feel crappy sometime but never have I had marks on my body !
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 16:57

    Anonymous

    For everyone complaining about this article being ‘lies and fake’, did you actually read it? Because they explain everything in about 2 paragraphs. Yes, the pics and title are meant to grab your attention, which is annoying, but if you took the time to read it instead of immediately reacting and complaining, you may have saved yourself some time
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 17:20

    Anonymous

    Being a hairdresser takes mental and physical strength it’s NOT for everyone I as a 34 yr Highly Accomplished One I Know lots of exercise Chiro care and diet yes massage not to this extent and of those that get this way no you shouldn’t do the work as much as they may love it’s best to step away
  • Posted: October 7, 2018 19:06

    Anonymous

    Lies, I’ve been doing hair full time for over 25 years, never heard of this