My sister unit decided it would be best that I was the one who called to make the appointments for the haircuts for several of my other sister units and myself. Well I made the appointment and this is the conversation as followed afterwards, Sister unit, "So, did you make the appointment?" Me, "Yes, I made an appointment for haircut and style," Sister unit, "You weren't suppose to do that," Me, "What?" Sister, "Ask for a haircut, dumby," Now from all the last times I have been around my sister. When they get a haircut it gets styled. So shouldn't I say haircut and style? Or is it a given at a woman's salon that haircut comes with the style? I am horribly confused at where I went wrong with haircut and style. Is it make an appointment for a haircut? [and then they style it as a given] Or haircut and style because some people just want a haircut? I know my sister units, they like their hair all done up for what reason I do not understand. I never understood the whole make yourself all get up and styled for a haircut. Then again I am a man unit.