Bad haircuts are one of the most embarrassing things you can bring back from a salon visit. This can be caused by poor communication between you and your hairdresser.
It is important to let your hairdresser understand and communicate what you want. You should also listen to your good hairdresser and take into consideration their suggestions.
These are some tips to help you communicate with and interact with your hairdresser to get the cut or style that you want. Before he cuts your hair, make sure your hairdresser inspects it and touches it. Before cutting your hair, your hairdresser should inspect your hair and check for growth patterns.
* Use the language of your hairdresser as much as you can. There are certain terms that are only used in hairdressing, and others that can be used when you're at a salon. It would be helpful if you were more descriptive and specific with your hairdresser. If your hairdresser is working on your bangs right now, ask if you prefer hard bangs or soft bangs.
* Take a picture of the haircut or hairstyle you like. This is often the best and fastest option. Simply send the photo to your hairdresser. They will then remake your hair.
There is a big difference between "shorter", and "short." You should be careful when using these words. Otherwise, you might not get the length you desire and end up disappointed or annoyed because your hair is shorter than you thought.
It is best to tell your hairdresser a specific number. You can say, “Chop off no more than 2 inches.” Your hairdresser will know how long you want your bangs or hair to be.