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And I have a definition of what I think bitch stands for. TC: It’s brave, intelligent, tenacious, courageous and honest.

And if take those traits, I’m definitely a bitch, because I am all of those things.

Australian native Tabatha Coffey, the straight-talking former contestant from Shear Genius, visits struggling salons in Los Angeles and New York, and whips the desperate stylists and salon owners into shape. So having said this why, has this show grown on me?

Most of the people who cut my hair have stuffed dead animals on the wall and old magazines in the lobby. In my opinion most reality shows are for lobotomized idiots.

I think that a a person could learn more about these two subjects watching this show than many seminars, classes or books.

Sure she comes in boots some ass and is very blunt.

It’s a shame, but I still think people are very quick to label a woman a bitch if she’s a strong, kind of forthright, honest woman.All and all this show is great in that it some very good value and is not just the run of the mill "reality" this show can teach about the human condition and relationships as well.10 out 10 for not dumbing things down and modeling (No pun intended) useful methods of dealing with people.Tabatha Coffey may not have made it to the end of the first season of Bravo’s Shear Genius — the out hairdresser and salon owner was cut at the end of Episode 6 — but the fan favorite made it in a different way. You need to have an experience.”Coffey’s directness is part of what made her so memorable on Shear Genius, but it’s also what makes some people uncomfortable — hence, the drama of her new show.Soon after the season ended, Bravo approached her about doing her own reality series, Tabatha’s Salon Takeover. The Australian native took her first salon job at age 14, and went on to train in London for eight years.