It was a busy day at the office.
A few people had their hair cut for the annual Glamour Festival, which runs from December 10 to December 13.
But, it was the end of the week for the women at the salon in Dublin’s North Circular Road, which was the main hub for hair styling services for women in Ireland, and a place where the salon owners had set up shop to attract customers.
It was one of the biggest hair cuts the Irish capital has seen in decades, and the trend has hit Dublin hard.
There are a number of reasons for this.
The city has one of Europe’s biggest hair transplant centres, but the number of transplants has dropped.
And it’s becoming a more expensive place to get a haircut.
The trend is one that’s started in the US, with men in their late 40s and 50s having hair transplants in New York, and many women in their 50s and 60s in the UK.
And, now, in Ireland and elsewhere, there’s a growing backlash against what some women have termed a “macho” style.
One reason for the decline in transplants is that many people are not willing to undergo such surgeries.
According to research by the Irish Hair Council, just one in four women have been willing to go through the surgery themselves, and only one in three men.
It’s an issue for women who are struggling to find a good haircut and don’t want to lose their hair.
“They have a very strong belief that it’s not worth it,” said Tricia O’Hara, a hair stylist at a hair salon in the same part of Dublin.
“I do have clients that are like, ‘No, it’s just not for me’,” she said.
“Women need to know that there are other options out there, and there are plenty of other ways to get beautiful hair.” “
I’m an American, I’ve had surgery twice, I’m still getting that beautiful, natural look In the United States, there are several options for women to get the beautiful, naturally straight hair. “
Women need to know that there are other options out there, and there are plenty of other ways to get beautiful hair.”
I’m an American, I’ve had surgery twice, I’m still getting that beautiful, natural look In the United States, there are several options for women to get the beautiful, naturally straight hair.
The biggest is to go to a salon, which is where many transplants take place.
But there are some women who choose to have the procedure done in a home-grown salon.
Tricia says it’s a different experience.
“[There are] different people that have different experiences,” she said, adding that the process is “very different to having it done in the States”.
Tricia says that some women go into the salon to get hair transplanted, and they’re happy to do so.
But others, she says, choose to go in to have it done elsewhere.
A woman with a large, frizzy dreadlocks Tracey is a hair transplant patient who has had the surgery twice.
I was told it’s fine, it can be done anywhere, Tricia said.
But it’s different to getting it done anywhere.
When Tracey was first diagnosed with the condition, she was prescribed a prescription to reduce the hair loss, which made her feel like she was going to die, she said of the painkillers.
She says the treatment has helped her with the loss of the hair.
“It’s been the same for the last three years, just like it has been for the past six months,” she added.
However, Tracey’s story is not unique.
“There are a lot of women who have the surgery at home.
But I feel that it has a lot more to do with the lifestyle, the lifestyle of the women that have had it done,” Tracey said.
Some men may opt to have their hair transplant done at home because they feel it is the only option for them.
According to the Irish Health Service, the most common reasons women get the hair transplant surgery in the United Kingdom are a fear of hair loss.
There are also other reasons that women choose to do the procedure in a salon.
Tracy says that a woman who has undergone a hair removal in her home might not be willing to take her hair home, as the procedure would require her to take the entire volume of hair, which could make it difficult to take off.
In Ireland, a similar problem exists.
It’s a big issue, and it’s affecting women from a different culture, Trish said.
“It’s the same as what’s happening in the states,” she continued.
“The American culture is very different to what the Irish culture is.
This is a very masculine culture, and we don’t have any femininity in our culture.
In Irish society, it is much more feminine than the American culture, which has a strong masculine and feminine influence. So I don’t