How to Communicate Well With Your Hairdresser

Finding the right hairdresser is often like hitting the lotto. You have to buy the tickets and wait to hit big. When considering a hairdresser, sadly sometimes, you have to visit quite a few until you find the one that understands you perfectly. It takes time to find the right one and when you do, you never want to let them go. The ‘taking time’ part of finding the right hairdresser can be frustrating. One finds though, once they happen upon the right hairdressers Salford, that the frustration was worth it. The following are some tips of what you can do, and probably should not do, when searching for your perfect hairdresser.

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• Booking your appointment. When booking your first appointment with hairdressers Salford, choose a time when they are not busy in the salon. Doing so allows the hairdresser to provide you extra attention and provides the ability to consult with you about your hair style, and possible changes. Showing up at a time that the salon is busy will not allow a hairdresser to provide a comprehensive consultation that you would otherwise receive when the salon is not busy.

• Take pictures with you. Instead of going to a salon and trying to describe that perfect cut you saw in a magazine, bring the picture with you. This allows you to effectively communicate to the hairdresser Salford exactly what you have in mind for your own haircut. Further, it takes the guess work out of the terms: “just a trim” and “a little lighter” when discussing cut and colour. Visiting the salon without a picture leaves entirely too much open to interpretation. Doing so may leave you unhappy with the service, and leaves the hairdresser dissatisfied with their own work.

• Do discuss your everyday routine, and the style of clothing you wear most of the time. If you are a busy mother ask your hairdresser what cut would best fit your busy, daily routine. For instance should you keep some length so you can tie it up instead of having to style it each day. Maybe you are a professional and have to wear professional attire most of the week. This might indicate a more tailored hair style for you.

A great hairdresser will listen to the needs of their client and then translate those needs into a haircut that you can be proud to wear. Go to the salon prepared and then sit back, relax, and let the hairdresser pamper you.

Getting a great haircut is something most women love but sometimes do not get from their hairdresser or have not found one which leaves them completely satisfied with the end result.

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Author: Christine Davies
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