6 traits of a good hairdresser

6 traits of a good hairdresser

A good hairdresser is worth their weight in gold.

When it comes to changing our appearance we approach the subject carefully and cautionsly. Finding and choosing a perfect hairstyle is a challenge every good hairdresser will face head on. What does it mean to be a good hairdresser? today we will tackle this question.

  1. Trimming the ends – often when we ask just for a trim we end up losing much more than just the ends. A good hairdresser understands that asking for a trim means only a minimal shortening of the hair.
  2. Safety – it’s worth checking whether the tools have been sterilised. Having clean and sterile tools is a must for a good hairdresser. On top of that, a good hair salon should only be using single use paper towels.
  3. Professional products – every self respecting hairdresser works on “professional use only” hair styling products. Thanks to them, the client will be delighted with the intensity of the colour.
  4. A good atmosphere – a good atmosphere in a beauty salon is vital. Hairstylists often create a “homey” feel to their beauty salons. Clients who have known their hairdresser for many years know that their secrets don’t leave the walls of the salon. Full discretion and trust is a must here. Relaxing music and scented candles will additionally make them feel relaxed.
  5. Professional Staff – hairdressers ,who value their continuous education, are worth their weight in gold. Because of numerous training courses, pace of work, and willingness to improve ones skills, mesn that booking has to be done a long time ahead. Additional knowledge of hair maintenance and treatments given to the clients during an appointment is a valuable and appreciated bonus.
  6. “The Hollywood look” – a steady hand is the most important feature of a hairdresser. Thanks to that our dream hairstyle is unique and wonderful. Every appointment at the client’s favourite hairdresser brings joy and a huge smile to the client’s face and the new look will stay on the client’s head for quite some time.
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