How To Find a Hairdresser That Is Actually Good!

Sometimes it can be challenging to find a good hairdresser. Here are few things to keep in mind  when looking for a hairdresser

1- A good hairdresser is "somebody that listens to you and takes the time out to listen to what you want, but also what you need. 1-

You do, however, need the combination of a good hairdresser and a good salon near me.

What I mean by that is a salon owner (whether hairdresser or not) is vital, as this is how the hair salon runs.

You can often find good hairdressers, but the business needs to be set up to allow the time hairdressers need with a client.



Finding hairdressers that ask you questions for your best interest is your first step to finding a good hairdresser—it's your chance to feel things out. "We always offer a free no-obligation consultation and crucially, not on the day of your appointment.

A consultation is your chance to see if you feel the hairdresser understands what you want."

We also recommend booking the consultation in advance so that you'll experience a smooth visit.

The consultation process should include :

What is the need of the Customer

Customers vision, how they want their new hair color to look like

Customers hair history

What the expectations are.

Give the total price of the services that customers will be receiving.

Timing that will be spent on all the services

Following up with the appointment

"Some customers don't realize how often they'll have to come in to maintain a style. They don't understand what they might need salon visits for an appointment every month. That can then factor into their decision.

Also, a good stylist will look at the velocity of the hair—how easily it will absorb color, and the elasticity of the hair (how strong are the bonds are) and the percentage of grey, as this all affects how the color comes out.

 Talk to clients about their skin tones and the makeup they wear. This is important for your hairdresser to take into account. 


When looking for a salon, "Do your research. Look for someone in the specialty of what you want and your hair type.

If you love getting your hair up and want it put up every other week, look for someone who specializes in that."

For those who want a specific look and style, such as a balayage,  or ombre, it is vital to seek out a specialist within the particular field.

"In general, a recommendation is always good, but if not, type into Google' hairdresser', your location and, say, 'ombré specialist.' or balayage specialist

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