HOW TO NEVER GET A BAD HAIRCUT AGAIN

If you’re lucky, you have never had to go through the horror of having a terrible haircut. However, chances are you have experienced a time when a hairstylist cut off way too much or gave you terrible layers.  

 

Regardless of whether you are going for a trim, a new color, or a drastic cut, you should make sure you are communicating with your stylist every step of the way to make sure you are getting the look that you want. Here are some tips you should follow the next time you go to the salon to ensure that you never have a bad haircut again.  

 

  1. Be Honest

The most crucial step to remember in the haircut process is to be honest with yourself and the hair stylist. Even if they have years of experience, they can’t read your mind giving you the cut of your dreams if you don’t let them know what it is.  

 

You should also be honest about your hair care and styling routines. If you want a high maintenance new look, a stylist might advise you against it if they think it will be too overwhelming for you.  

 

  1. Consider Your Lifestyle

A haircut can look amazing when you leave the salon, but when you go home, the styling will be your responsibility. Make sure to discuss your daily routine like if you air dry, use hot tools, work out regularly, get blowouts, or blow dry your hair. Help your stylist understand your life a bit better.  

 

Rene Fris, a celebrity hairstylist in New York, believes in a “whole person” approach to styling his clients. He says, “Beauty is not simply a stylish haircut or new make-up. Beauty is about creating a complete head-to-toe look that reveals a person’s personality and allows inner beauty and self-confidence to shine through.”  

 

Consider this when you are choosing your next hair cut. Try to find a stylist who can understand your vision and help you find the perfect cut for you and your lifestyle.  

 

  1. Show Rather Than Tell

Explaining what you want is important, and giving them a picture can help make the process a little bit easier. Instead of telling the stylist you want two inches cut off, point to where you want the length to be, or pull the hair up to the length you want. If you want a specific cut or color, try to bring a photo. 

 

  1. Pay Attention

Keep a close eye on everything that is going on when you are on the chair. Don’t just flip through a magazine or browse on your phone during the cut. Watch what the stylist is doing in the mirror and don’t be afraid to speak up if you have a question or want to clarify what you want.  

 

  1. Leave If You Aren’t Comfortable Or Confident

If you feel like the stylist doesn’t get it or is making suggestions that you don’t agree with, you can leave and find another stylist do the job. You are under no obligation to get your hair cut from the stylist. Just tell the stylist that you aren’t ready to make the change, and then seek another opinion.  

 

 

Keep Your Cut Fresh Between Appointments 

After your haircut, the best way to maintain the look is by utilizing high-quality products on your hair. Using a sulfate-free cleanser and conditioner like this one from Rene Fris’ line on your hair can help give your hair a luscious and healthy feel, even if it has been a few months since your last appointment.  

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