A Vancouver salon owner says she’s pleased a small claims tribunal sided with her against a customer who sued over what she claimed was a “lopsided” haircut.
But Lorri Dar says she can’t help but feel the woman’s complaints about unwanted “frizzies” never should have wound up in court.
B.C.’s Civil Resolution Tribunal dismissed Sapanjit Chohan’s lawsuit against Dar’s East Vancouver Kokopelli Salon this week for a lack of evidence, concluding that “it is common experience that some haircuts are better than others.”
“This is what we deal with in our industry,” Dar told the CBC.
“As well as being mixologists and chemists and artists, at the same time, we’re dealing with the
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