Looking for a new hairdresser? Here is how to make sure that you are on the same wave length before you allow a new stylist touch your precious locks.
Firstly your hairstylist should keep your current cut in mind and then ask if you are ready to try out something new. The new hair dresser should keep the shape of your face in mind. Every face is different, but generally soft faces need balancing with sharp, blunt lines, while harder faces need softening with textured cuts and gentle edges. Body shape also plays an important part in deciding what cut will suit a person. A good stylist will always know to balance the body shape with the right cut.
A hairstylist should know the clients hair type before colouring it. Different salons use different chemicals. So you should not keep jumping from salons to salons to keep your hair coloured, permed or straightened. If your hair is very rough it is advisable to not to colour. Some stylist does not like colouring hair which has been treated with henna.
Your hairstylist should be able to tell you what cut will go with baby fine hair and again what is possible with thick frizzy hair. Be very careful with the styling materials used on your hair. Some styling materials damage the hair. When you get your hair straightened or permed don’t forget to ask your stylist about how to maintain it, the shampoo and conditioner that is to be used and how often your hair needs to be washed and even how it is to be combed.
Remember there is no use absolutely to have a high maintenance cut and colour unless and until you have the bank balance to match it. Go for hair colouring, straightening and perming if you have the bank balance and the inclination to visit the salon once a month for a touch up.