Cobcobo: How to look for a trusted hairstylist and salon-A A +A
Thursday, May 27, 2010
WHAT will you do if you want to look better but still at a loss to what salon to go?
As I have observed, many men and women go to salons to look better or change their look but still went out disappointed because their look haven't changed or worse, their hair was destroyed or damaged or they look worst than before.
If you want to look better in every salon visit, the first thing you should do is to look for an excellent and trusted hairstylist and salon.
I have listed bellow some tips that you can use as a guide when you scout for an excellent and trusted hairstylist and salon.
1. Ask the people you know, especially those who have good looking hair or those who always look good who their hairstylist/stylist is or where their salon is. Chances are, your friend's stylist can also do wonders to your look but it's not always a guarantee because the stylist might just have gotten lucky when he/she did your friend's look.
2. When you are at the salon, ask for the stylist that was recommended to you. Talk to him, tell him what look you want to achieve, and ask him if he has any suggestion, his suggestion might even be better.
Observe if he/she talks with sense or he/she is just "Machika."
3. If the stylist is not available or there were no referred stylists to you, go to a salon and ask for a good senior stylist, try to talk to them about the look you want. Again observe who talks with sense and who is just "machika". You know if a hairdresser/stylist is not just "machika" if he can make suggestions and explains to you the rationale of his/her suggestions and services he/she is offering you.
4. A hairdresser/stylist is good if he offers salon services which are necessary for you because this means that he is not just after the sales but he is after your trust.
5. Avoid hairdressers/stylists who are overly "machika" and doesn't make sense. Often, they are the ones who doesn't know exactly what to do. Remember "ang taong walang utak ay parang latang walang laman masyadong maingay". Often they use their being "machica" just to sell the services and products even if it is not necessary for you.
6. Avoid hairdressers/stylists who are too silent because it is either they don't have enough knowledge on what they are doing or their mind is somewhere else. They are not focused at work.
7. If you have chosen your hairdresser/stylist, it is wise to trust him/her because you would not have chosen him/her if you think he's not capable of doing his/her job.
8. Go to a salon where they send their hairdressers/stylists and staff in a regular training or seminar.
9. Go to a salon where they charge an average price because it is more likely that you are paying for quality and value for your money. If it is too cheap, it is more likely that they are using inferior quality products and they may not be sending their hairdressers/stylists to seminar on a regular basis. If it's too expensive, it's more likely that you are paying for the name or the brand.
10. If you want better results, give time in looking for a good hairdresser/stylist and salon. You must also have plenty of time when you go to the salon.
These are just my opinions and points-of-view. Choosing your stylist and salon will greatly depend on your judgment and intuition.
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