a hair-raising experiencetips on choosing a new hair stylist
Your new to town. You justmoved away from yourfamily and friends. Your alittle nervous, a bit shy andyou have no idea how tomaneuver around this city.
You don’t have a doctor, you don’t have a dentist and you don’t have a clue where to startto ﬁnd one. Worst ofall, you don’t have a hair stylist.
Stop panicking. Takea deep breath, relaxand keep reading forsome tips on how to ﬁnd a new, and a perfect, hair stylist in any city.
#1 - Talk is cheap - Ask around. Check outthe do’s on the ladies in your new ofﬁce, or around your neighbourhood. See one you like? Ask her where she goes to get her hair done. Word of mouth is the bestadvertisement, and you already know they do a good job. Plus, you might make some new friends along the way. #2 - Google yourself - Use a search engine,like Google, to ﬁnd local businesses in your area. Businesses that end up in the top 5 are usually the most popular ones. Check out their websites and read the reviews made by existing clients.
#3 - Practice makes perfect - If youare UBER fussy about who touches your tresses, do a quick trial run before you ask your new stylist to take your hair to the choppingblock. Go for a wash, blow-dry and style and see if they meet your needs. Go a little early for yourappointment and observe how they work on the client before you. #4 - Always judge a book by itscover - Check out the salon ﬁrst. Is it dirty? Is it too loud andobnoxious? Is their Salon Software and front desk out of date and unorganized? These are all sure signs of what’s to come from the staff. The salon should be clean, modern, organized and inviting.
You cherish it, love it and won’t let just anyone near it. Your hair is the gateway toyour soul. Do not settle for less than the best. And remember to always tip your stylist.
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