Hair Dye, Boyfriends, Dogs Top 'Jerseylicious' Talk
The three girls deal with crisis of the relationship, work varieties.
If you were hoping to learn the most efficient way to lose employees, you really can look no further than "We'll Dye for You," hairstylist Gigi Liscio's big attempt to show the world that she was ready to take on a challenge on Sunday's episode of "Jerseylicious."
And while the challenge proved as much of a success as any such event could be, it was Liscio's attitude in getting her co-workers on board that proved she has not quite mastered the art of speaking her mind (see, for example, the blowout with Tracey DiMarco over her wedding).
Set at the Gatsby Salon, in Green Brook, Liscio used the event as a way to show off her hair coloring prowess, and leadership skills, by running an event all by herself—and started by yelling at one co-worker who questioned the choices she was making in the event.
Liscio decided she would mix all the hair coloring, and the other stylists at the Gatsby would apply it for the customers. And when one coworker questioned whether he could mix the color too, she proceeded to yell at him for not listening to her, then told him he didn't need to show up.
Methinks that is not the most efficient way to convince everyone you can handle more responsibility.
Gatsby manager Christy Pereira told Liscio later that arguing with employees is not the best way to keep employees, and Liscio said she understood. But you have to wonder how much Liscio has really learned, or absorbed, after spending days badmouthing others and holding shouting matches with her supposed friends.
On the other side of the world, or more North Jersey, Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe decided she was having what she described as a "quarter-century crisis" when she couldn't decide if she wanted a relationship with her new boyfriend—or just boy friend, it was never actually clear whether they were dating before or after she supposedly broke up with him.
And then decided she may have made a mistake.
Nothing is ever easy in the world of style.
Finally, DiMarco continued her battles with family over her wedding, and had herself a girls weekend with several of her fiance's family members. They spilled champagne all over the countertop, tried to fight a fire with vodka and, in a moment of extreme mental acuity, discussed how good DiMarco will be with her future children because she knows how to swat her dog on the behind to make it follow her orders.
Dog, child—since when are they interchangeable?
It's OK because, as DiMarco said, she simply knows how to take care of something that doesn't know how to speak English.
But then again, I'm not sure the language any of them speak is English, and they seem to be able to talk, or shout, just fine.
"Jerseylicious" airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on the Style Network.