Choosing a Mobile Hairdresser – 4 Simple Tips to Help You Choose The Best

Before I go into the points to help you choose your hairdresser, I should first outline the definition of what is a mobile hairdresser? A Mobile Hairdresser is a hairdresser who usually works for his or herself visiting clients at their homes or place of work, or any other agreed venue and does not operate from a fixed hair salon or beauty shop.

1.When to consider using a mobile hairdresser. The services of a mobile hairstylist may often be required to be used at a home for a wedding when it may often be inconvenient for the bride to travel to a hair or beauty salon to have her hair and her make-up done, requiring her then to travel back to her home to put on her wedding gown. Instead, the hairdresser will travel to the bride’s home in order to style the bride’s hair for her special day. A mobile hairstylist is often in demand for Care homes, hospitals, prisons, the armed forces, and in many other situations where individual attention is required.

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How to Choose the Right Hairdressing Scissors

If you’re an experienced hairdresser, then you’ll probably knoiwhow to choose hairdressing scissors. If you’re new to hairdressing, you might not know what to look for.

Here’s what you should consider.

1. It’s important the at you decide what you want these hairdressing scissors for. With many different sorts, for creating different styles, and for styling different hair types, it’s important that you choose the right ones. You don’t want to make an expensive mistake.

2. Hairdressing scissors come in different sizes, so you’ll want to know which size suits you best, and you’re happiest with, and which you’ll use most often. There’s no point in spending a fortune on buying the best scissors if you’re hardly ever going to use them.

3. If you are a professional hairdresser, then you’ll want salon quality hairdressing scissors. You won’t get value for money if you buy budget scissors and have to replace them regularly.

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Always Have a Good Hairdresser

Leigh Welch

A GOOD HAIRDRESSER is and always will be a necessity, if you can find one. The importance of a hairdresser in designing a hairdo cannot be overstressed. A hairdresser’s technical knowledge of hair and its ability to retain certain lines and shapes permits him to diagnose and arbitrate with his customer so that she can get a hairdo that is pleasing to her and will involve a minimum of care and upkeep.

A hairdresser who has artistic ability and a thorough working knowledge of illusion and proportion, plus the mechanical abilities of hair cutting, waving and pin-curling, can make any hairdo look well on the wearer by giving it the correct amount of width or height or whatever is necessary.

A hairdo that needs minimum care is always essential. The only time this rule is ignored is when a woman’s profession makes it desirable-for example, actresses who will wear their hair in certain ways for a particular part because of the costume or period. Even if this requires a daily trip to the hairdresser’s, it has got to be done, the amount of time or money involved being of secondary importance. The average everyday woman does not have this problem.

Your problem is to find out whether the hairdressers available in your community are (a) good ones or (b) right for you.

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The Hairdressers Love Affair With GHD Hair Straighteners

GHD (Good Hair Days) originally took the hairdressing industry by storm shortly after the start of the new millennium; the GHD styler was an overnight success with both hairdressers and salon clients. The reason for this was simple, the GHD styler was far too superior to any other styling tool on the market and female clients and hairdressers were amazed the results they could achieve. Significantly speeding up the time it took to get a clients hair perfectly straight, and just straight, straighter that they could ever get the hair just by blow drying or using an alternative hair straightener. GHD took a unique approach to building there image by solely associating themselves with hair salon’s and hairdresser, positioning itself as a professional styling tool, used by professional hairdressers.

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The Role of a Mobile Hairdresser

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A Mobile Hairdresser is a hairdressing professional who works outside the premises of a beauty shop or hair salon. There are important instances when a hair service is required inside the comforts of a home or a house like a wedding since it would be inconvenient for a bride to travel to a beauty salon to get her hair fixed and her make-up done then travel back to her home to wear her wedding gown. For reasons such as this, it is the hair dresser who travels to the home in order to render his or her professional service to clients and customers, thus Mobile Hairdresser. Aside from homes, mobile hairdressing services may be required in armed forces, hospitals, prisons and other public services.

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What Are Hairdressing Employers Looking For In An Employee?

I see many potential employees turning up for their interview with a beautiful array of qualifications, displayed in various ways.

The fact is, I want to know about the person behind the qualifications, what drives them to get up in a morning, what do they do on their day off or weekend. These insights to what a person is really like will help me as an employer, understand how ambitious and motivated they are to finish their training. If you can portray how serious you are about not only learning your hairdressing skills but perfecting them, these are some of the terms I want to hear from potential employees.

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Choosing the right scissors

Haircutting scissors are the basic, essential tools that every stylist must have, but they’re also worth keeping in your medicine cabinet even if you aren’t a professional. Whether you have a minor hair emergency on …

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