Tips to Finding and Adjusting to Your Dream Hairstylist

“A new hairstyle can make you feel like a new person.” Vee saids. “If you’ve been walking around with an outdated hairstyle, it might be time to take a look at the season’s trends and find one that will work for you. Great hairstyles can make you feel more confident and less self-conscious about your appearance. It can have such a great impact on your confidence, that who knows? You might just go out and buy a brand new wardrobe!”

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Vee also understands how important it is to find the right hairstylist that you can trust. If you feel that you and your stylist aren’t on the same wavelength, it might be time to find a new stylist!

Once you’ve made the decisions to part with your old hair stylist, here are the some advices you may takeL:

1. Ask around
Ask your friends, co-workers or family members who they use to cut and style their hair and if they would recommend them. See a stranger with amazing hair? Let them know that you love their haircut and ask for who their stylist is.

2. Do research
Once you’ve a recommendation or two, get on the World Wide facility “Internet” check and read on their review. Check out to see what are others people think about.

3. Go Prepared
On this stage, you’ve made your decision and decide which salon you are going to. Congratulations, you’ve made an appointment at a new salon! However, your new hairstylist knows nothing about your hair’s past history. For example, have you ever used a relaxer? What’s your dye colour? Since previous chemicals used in our hair affects how the next ones set in, it’s important to be upfront with a new hairstylist and fill them in on what you’ve had done in the recent past. In addition, remember, your new hairstylist is not a mind reader. Be very clear about what you want! If you don’t know what you want and are ok with giving them more creative license, that’s great too, but make sure they know what your limits are!

4. Follow Up
It might be a little shocking at first to completely change your hairstyle, but give yourself some time to get used to your new ‘do. Along the way, make a mental note or two about what you like and don’t like about your new haircut. Keep these in mind and share them with your new hairstylist at your next appointment. It might take a few appointments and some small changes to your new cut to get the look you want and start to develop a rapport with your new hairstylist.

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