My stylist wouldn't refund my wedding hairdo – even though people say it looked like I 'lost a fight with a raccoon'

ONE day before her appointment with a well-reviewed hairstylist, a woman was "catfished" and ended up with a wedding hairstyle that made her look like she'd been in a fight with a wild animal.

After her original wedding plans were postponed, Amanda Hudson did everything she could to prepare for any curveballs on the big day.

So once she found an inspiration photo for her wedding hairstyle, she made sure to schedule a hair trial ahead of time to see if the hairstyle worked for her.

Hudson shared the results to TikTok, captioning her video, "I'll never get over my wedding hair trial."

First, Hudson showed viewers a screenshot of the inspiration photo she brought to her stylist.

She asked for her curly hair to be gathered into a low, loose bun with tendrils spiraling around the base.


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But the results that Hudson revealed were dramatically different, and definitely not wedding-ready.

Her hair was wound into two tight ropes cutting across the back of her head, with a spray of curls dangling straight down from the center of a frizzy bun.

"She curled five strands of hair and put it over the undone bun," Hudson explained.

In the comments section, viewers expressed their horror at the way her stylist butchered the look.

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"It looks like you got into a fight with a raccoon and lost," one person wrote.

"Looks like it’s matted from not being brushed for a month," another chimed in.

After seeing so many horrified reactions, Hudson explained what happened in the comments section.

"I was kinda catfished with the stylist," Hudson wrote.

"I was booked with a woman that I saw online. Her work was so good," she explained.

"The day before she tells me she has a gig and is having another one of her stylists do my hair even though I was paying for her.

"I figured the girl would be good – this is what I got," she wrote.

In the moment, Hudson was too upset to focus, and in a moment of panic, she paid for the style.

She asked for her money back but was refused.

"They only offered a redo and no refund," Hudson wrote. Her trust broken, Hudson took the monetary loss and went searching for a new stylist.

"I definitely went with someone else for the big day!" she reassured viewers.

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Hudson admits the situation could've been much worse, and was grateful that it was just a trial, not her wedding day.

"And this is why we practice run," a viewer commented.

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