Tracey's Mobile Hair Salon

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Troubled by unruly flyaway hair? Do you struggle with those difficult-to-tame locks? If your wayward curls are a little more mobile than you'd like, then call Tracey Domestos of Tracey's Mobile Hair Salon. Tracey has been hunting rogue hair ever since she shot her first mullet in Kenya at the tender age of six. Here's what some of her recent clients had to say:

"Tracey is a real wonder. She tracked my ponytail halfway across town before cornering it an alley and rendering it temporarily insensible with a brick."

-Marcus Plank, Salisbury-

"I thought my pixie crop was lost forever, until Tracey eventually discovered it living in a cave in the Peak District, where it had survived the winter on a diet of pickled onion Monster Munch and bits of old twig."

-Denise Von Sydow, also Salisbury-

"When my beard went missing I thought my life was over. But then Tracey correctly deduced that it had fallen down the back of the sink during a DIY misadventure. She coaxed it out with a piece of cheese, and now we're getting married in the spring."

-Clifton S Bridge, Andover (nr Salisbury)-

 

Tracey's Mobile Hair Salon

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