A new law has placed restrictions on the type of questions Hairdressers are allowed ask their clients, and chief amongst them is the banning of asking where you are going on holidays this year.
For decades, hairdressers have used this line on their customers are enough is enough.
It puts customers under pressure to make up names of exotic places in order to appear to appear better off.
Some desperate clients actually pre-book fancy holidays in the Caribbean or the Seychelles purely so that they will have a 'presentable' answer when asked.
"I met one woman who took one holiday a year in Blackpool, but she would lie and say she was going to Bahrain for a week or spending a luxury weekend in Paris or Milan just so she wouldn't feel embarrassed about her own shit holiday experience", said a spokeswoman for Holidayangst.com.
Other laws to be brought in include shortening waiting times for getting your hair dyed and making hairdressers provide a 'man-creche' for boyfriends and dads.