Waivers and blotches


[ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ The Henna Page Forum ] [ FAQ ]

Posted by Catherine Cartwright Jones on July 30, 2002 at 13:34:21:

In reply to: Greetings & some questions... posted by Natx - The temporary lost one. But found again! on July 30, 2002 at 12:48:38:

:
: Firstly, i did some henna the other day, a lizard design, when i
: removed dried paste that was left overnight, the design came out to
: be rather patchy, as in, like water colour not evenly spreaded. and
: over the next 24 hrs it darkened, and the patchiness was less
: obvious. But in the fading period, the patchiness was back again.
: has anyone experienced this? anyone knows the reason?

I've only had one occasion where henna was patchy, and someone else
had applied and mixed the henna, so there could be factors I'm unaware
of. Unevenly thick lines can contribute to patchiness, terped henna
left to sit and exposed to air can contribute to problems (exposure to
oxygen causes demise), uneven skin texture certainly causes
patchiness. Anything there ring a bell?

:
: Secondly, i've read before that some of you do have wavier forms for
: your services. What is it for? and normally what conditions do u
: have included in the form when people sign it? anyone can mail me an
: example of a wavier form? thanks...

There is a sample waiver at the link below, left hand colum, down
towards the bottom. A waiver can be a good thing .... if people
percieve that you are working for a venue that has deep enough pockets
to be worth suing, some damn fool will toy with the idea of a lawsuit.
This protects you and the business you're working for. Just taking
the time to go over the waiver is a good thing in a crowd of
screaming people. It makes them stop and think about what they're doing.

 


Follow Ups


Post Followup

Name:   
E-Mail:   
Subject:   

Optional link URL:   
Link title:   
Optional image URL:   
   

[Home] [How] [Why] [What] [Where] [FAQ] [Forum] [Journal]

Served by ruboard 2.1.1; Copyright © 1998 by Andrew Maltsev.