English Conversation Between Beautician and Customer
How to start an English Conversation in the Beauty Salon. Let’s Start a Conversation between beauticians and customers in beauty salons. Radhika is a customer and she wants to change her hairstyle and a complete makeover. The conversation about Clothes, Hairstyle, Footwear.
Beautician: Good Morning! Mam. How may I help You?
Customer: Good morning! I am looking For a complete Make-Over. I am bored with my present look.
Beautician: OK. Do you have a certain look in your mind for yourself?
Customer: Yes, I think I’ll go for a laser cut. The present mushroom cut does not allow me to make a french plait or french roll. And I want a highlighting dye also.
Beautician: Would you like to color your full mane or just a few streaks? I think with your fair complexion, you can go for blonde color. I hope you have not applied henna to your hair.
Customer: No. It’s my natural brunette color. Do you think I would be able to wear citrus color dresses with blonde streaks?
Beautician: Yes, Why not? All earthy shades and other colors would go with this as long as it’s not gaudy or garish.
Customer: Very well! I love Flamboyant dresses with geometrical designs and stripes.
Beautician: It all depends on how well you carry yourself.
Customer: But see-through dresses and too-loud colors are so bad in taste.
Beautician: You’re right. People think revealing dresses, flashy dresses are eye-catching.
Customer: The look which comes with peppy and pastel colors is fabulous.
Beautician: These days wine red, mauve, and royal blue are in.
Customer: You can look good in sober colors like moss green, olive green, etc.
Beautician: Alright, what kind of footwear should I choose with my new look?
Beautician: Platform heels and mules are out. Try Stilettos or pencil heels. You can go for strappy sandals in summer.
Customer: Sneakers are the most comfortable but you can’t wear them with your formals.
Beautician: Right, Mam.
Customer: That’s it for today. Can I have my bill?
Beautician: Here it is. Thank you for coming here.
Customer: It was a pleasure.