You and your relationship with the hairdresser
So you know you’re getting good advice stylist
Have you ever been with a feeling of dissatisfaction from the hairdresser’s up? Have you ever happen to you frankly unhappy with your new hairstyle? Have you ever “with regret as hair on your head ‘of your haircut with your new hairstyle or hair color home? Probably. It happens to everyone sometimes. But where is it? There are several reasons for this. You may not have been clear about your own wishes or maybe – and this is likely – you’re not at the right hairdresser.
The importance of a good hairdresser
A good hairdresser is not just a technician who is aware of the cutting and coloring techniques. A good haircut can give you good advice and personal with you to determine what your good (or not) will stand. Are precisely why ‘hairdressers’ increasingly ‘hair stylists’ mentioned.
It is very important to a good relationship with your stylist to build. The better you know the stylist, the better he or she can meet your needs. This applies not only to the first visit, but also for all subsequent visits. A good stylist will guide you in time (and therefore you should not change from person once you’ve found your hairdresser!). Because hair grows and trends change, there is always movement in your hair. Each haircut adds a bit to this development and a good stylist is very important as you always have a style (read: look) for the day would come that way to you, your lifestyle and fits the era. A good stylist also recommends that you not only about your hair style but also helps you through the years your hair in good condition or, if necessary, improve their quality.
How do you know you’re in a good hairdresser?
It is not always easy to judge whether you are in a good hairdresser and whether you get good advice. To guide you in the hairdressing world has Salon B, leading hairdressing salon with hair stylists of international caliber like Andy Uffelman and Ilham Mestour (now just about the personal hair stylist of Dutch supermodel Doutzen Kroes) a kind of ‘handleidinkje’ up. According to Salon B know that you would not get good advice:
1. When you first see your hairdresser with wet hair and a cape around.
“As a hairdresser” scan “as it were upon their entrance into the person you are going to get barber chair. We pay attention to the mood, self confidence, the way of dressing, “says Andy Uffelen, Salon B Director.
“During the consultation session we then also many questions. About the lifestyle, tastes and wishes. Furthermore, we look at the hair. In what condition is it, what’s been happening all along, how is it worn? Based on these factors we form an idea of this person and we have a look at for us. Of course you hair – and the person not identify – like this one with dripping wet hair and a big black cape for you are. ”
2. If you get asked, “How do you want to be cut?
The barber is in charge. He or she is the one with experience and know the different possibilities. You yourself can (moet!) explain to the stylist what you want but ultimately how you will be cut, was a haircut.
3. If not listen to your needs and your desired styling routine
Obviously a good part of that advice into account your wishes and also the time to devote to your daily styling your hair. In all wish good advice, these included (and are you happy and reborn from the barber chair).
4. If the stylist you get advice based only on your face shape
The classic barber school is choosing a style from the face shape. For example, a round face with long straight hair to the shoulders and could hear someone with a long face in a style fitting to jaw length and volume.
“That would mean that you never could change hairstyle and everyone in the Netherlands with approximately the same shape face should have the same haircut. Logically good hairdresser advice on many factors should be based more than just your face shape, “says Andy Uffelman. “It’s the final look and for that you into the person you see before you. And in styling okay to do against the “face shape rules” go. If you look only at individual needs. ”
In short, you recommend a hairdresser before he or she put the scissors in your hair color or go. It must include many factors such as personality, lifestyle, current hair trends and styling routine should be included. A good hairstylist also gives you information and practical tips on maintaining and styling your own hair. ‘Beyond that belongs to a good advice a long-term treatment, “says Andy Uffelman Salon B’ so you and your stylist making progress together towards an optimal outcome.”