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Re: Topless female hairdressers unveiled at Australian salon
« Reply #30 on: November 23, 2010, 11:42:21 pm »
The whole point of the salon in the article may be, as Jann suggests, to titillate customers and garner larger tips.

So is showing more cleavage or anything they might do to be seen as more attractive.

I find that female hairstylists tend to lean against me occasionally as they cut my hair. It's just unavoidable, especially for a woman with large breasts. Working topless might therefore be a bit awkward for stylists in a "regular" salon. They might feel they have to stand back and work with their arms outstretched to avoid accidental contact. I'm not sure that would be the safest way to cut hair.

Even though a professional stylist might not personally have any issues with incidental breast contact, she might feel some customers would misinterpret such routine incidental contact.

A reporter who went to a similar place (where he went, they had underwear) interviewed the hairdressers and commented that normally that kind of things happens while in there he wasn't touched at all and found that peculiar. They answered that it's because they pay attention to that.
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Re: Topless female hairdressers unveiled at Australian salon
« Reply #31 on: November 24, 2010, 12:12:12 am »
So is showing more cleavage or anything they might do to be seen as more attractive.

Undoing another blouse button brings in more tips for attractive waitresses too.
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Re: Topless female hairdressers unveiled at Australian salon
« Reply #32 on: January 08, 2011, 01:24:18 am »
regarding the discussion above re whether a business is "Adult" or not based on utilizing sexualisation, nudity or skimpy and reavealing clothes. Basically if the previous criteria constitutes a business or venue being Adult then all naturist venues, beaches, clubs, fashion houses and retailers, many service providers, film and tv production houses in fact nearly every business imaginable is an ADULT industry as they ALL use sex or the perfect body image to promote, abvertise or appeal to prospective customers. Even Coke cola would be an adult drink as its marketed with hot guys and gals in bikinis etcin the adverts. Any sugestion that the use of the human form clothed or otherwise constitutes an adult  theme is bollocks, the clincher is what is being done and how the human form is utilised ie is there suggestive or sexual acts and overtones involved. not just the fact people may be nude or near nude