Kind hairdresser spends 13 hours combing teen's hair

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 13, 2017

That was the message hairdresser Kayley Olsson had for her followers this week.

A hairdresser has helped a teen battling depression who felt "so worthless she couldn't even brush her hair". The staff at Capri Waterloo says they wanted to do everything they could for a client who they say walked in saying she was depressed and worthless.

After the hard two days of work, however, Olsson was able to send the 16-year-old on her way back to school with a new outlook, and a new, spruced-up hairdo.

When the snaps of the dramatic makeover were shared on Facebook, over 160,000 people liked the post and praised the hairdresser's kindness.

But, even better than that, the cut went down a treat with the one person who really matters: the girl.

"We finally made this handsome girl smile and feel like she IS worth something!"

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"She said 'It's worthless.' I knew right then and there we had to make sure we kept her hair for her", Olson told Inside Edition. "When I showed her the final result in the mirror she said 'I am going to smile in my school pictures". "We just kept combing and combing and combing", she told TODAY. It honestly broke my heart and we tried everything we could to keep this child's hair for her!

"Mental health is a thing, it effects people all around the world and of all ages!", Olson wrote on the post.

'A CHILD should NEVER feel so worthless to not even want to brush their hair. Her last words to me was "I will actually smile for my schools pictures today, you made me feel like me again". Her happy place is Michaels craft store.

And earlier this year, we also revealed all the signs of depression to look out for in yourself and others. But you took the time and invested time she needed to be invested in her for her to know she has beauty and value'. PARENTS take it [seriously] don't just push your kids off and tell them to get over something they legitimately can't.

Mary Litchfield wrote: 'You did a attractive job.

The salon says they are giving the young woman a gift card to come back every month to get her hair done. Most people who have taken the easy way and just cut her hair and told her stat (sic) fresh.

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