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Hairstylists share their tips for understanding their jobs and how to get the most out of your time in the swivel chair.
This artivle is quite b-y and negative.
Oh and I will NEVER represent YOU!
Whoever wrote this needs a serving of or rather the entire humble pie. Do you think you are the only profession that undergoes continued education? Good Lord, this is a superficial job and your character oozes superficiality. I find it funny that you’re not interested in a client’s life, yet if that client happens to be someone’s husband, you’ll surely listen. There are tons of professionals who stand all day for a living and have carpal tunnel, wah wah, you have a lot to complain about and feel quite entitled. Maybe this wasn’t your calling. Don’t use the rocket science of cosmetology jargon?You are talking out of your a$$ and it stinks. Maybe pull your head out and bleach your bunghole. Hopefully your hairstyle will improve too. Get over yourself.
Wow a lot of nonsense. And bullying too!! pheew!
If somebody says: Like last time, with a happy smile be glad you did a good job!! And maybe you are able to recognize what you did looking at the hair and remebering, because you did it with a passion??
I will let my hair grow from now on!
I am sick and tired of explaining and showing and every time come home with what the hairdresser had in mind! Latest fashion, maybe,,, something that suits my fairly slim face, like a shoe on a hand!
Say do I really have to be so much on my toes, Do you enjoy the powerplay? When we agree on something and halfway through you make a vauge suggestion, that ups cut! Changes value for money to a waste.
Yes my hair is older too (and I am fat)
I did the mistake to see the best hairdresser in DK.
Since then I am hard to satisfy!
It’s just like food! Do good quality, and I come again!
Too many scared undaring people around, forgetting to making their job an artform!
And spare us for your thousand needs!
You will never be happy! And it is because you forgot to learn to put the magic into it!
Don’t discrimination, just cut!
I WISH we had hairstylist like this where I lived. Around here, they don’t even pay attention to what they are doing and when I DO bring them a picture they won’t even look at it. I tell them not to cut it too short and then of course they cut it to my chin, and when I ask them about it they just say “It will grow back.” Yes…it will grow back but i’m kinda paying you to make my hair look nice in the first place. One time I went to get it cut and i gave her pictures and everything, I told her exactly what I wanted and she just told me “Oh that won’t look good on you.” and then proceeded to give me HER EXACT HAIRSTYLE. I understand there the professionals and I value the advice they give me when they cut my hair but in the end it’s my hair and i’m paying you to it the way I want it done. I think i’d rather test my luck with cutting my own hair. It couldn’t be much worse than the hair I end up with then I do go to get it done “professionally”.
As a hairdresser I’m offended by some of these ”secrets” and comments. I am educated and have decided to have a profession that allows me to be social, creative and meet people. You can do your color at home and it might work, but it doesn’t for everyone. Professional products and color are a lot better than anything store brand. I pride myself on not running late because I do find it disrespectful, that goes both ways. I do care about my client’s personal lives. I actually make notes about people so I don’t forget to ask about certain events – I see many people and don’t like to get lives mixed up. What always amazes me is that hair is the number 1 accessory one wearss every day, yet people seem to not treat it that way by using cheap, bad for you products and having hair mill haircuts. But don’t blink when dropping money on clothing, costume jewelry or electronics that are used sometimes and for a year, max. And yes, we are professionals. Have a little respect. It may not be your chosen career but it is mine. Luckily, I have great clients that respect me and my skill and don’t treat be like the ”help.”
Kids all grow up. We charge less to children in our salon. We have seen these kids grow up and pay more as they do. Now we are cutting their children’s hair.
Funny thing is, I’m a naturally quiet person. It’s completely not true that hairstylists just care about hair – most seem to get uncomfortable if you don’t gab. I’ve been told some pretty crazy things by hairstylists. And I’ve had trims that really were just trims, so much so, the hairstylist looked for more things to do, like extra blow-drying. And what another comment says about conservative hairstylists not following the photo you bring in: completely true. Oh, and not everyone’s hair type / face type is meant for layers. I’d look like I didn’t have hair if I cut it all into layers.
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That one about men telling you everything because the wives don’t listen? Yeah, blame it all on the wife, just like the mistresses do. So that one’s a load of crap. Men talk while they’re in the chair for the same reasons women do. It’s just talk.
As hairstylist let me say you are EXACTLY right. They don’t have some secret story telling gab session with us. They just talk.