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Some people use that time to catch up on emails and text messages so I’m OK if they want to focus on that and let me do my thing." "Checking a message or email while in the company of the stylist is completely acceptable.
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I think the best way would be to ask what the total price is for your complete service and then maybe ask what exactly that includes." "Unless they're Beyoncé and can make it rain cash, most clients are on a budget or just like to know where their money goes. Clients need not be shy and nor should hairdressers; communication is the key.
Let’s face it, everyone loves an expensive surprise — unless they’re the one paying for it." "No service should start if both parties are not 100 per cent on the same page with what the outcome will be, especially if you're having a big change.
A little bit greasy is fine, but really out-of-control dirty hair isn’t nice for anyone.
Your hairdresser needs to see how your hair sits, what its natural texture is like and how you like to wear it, and they can't get the right idea if it's a greasy mess they don’t want to touch." hair.
The last thing a hairdresser wants is something going wrong or a client not happy.
A client should never feel as though they can’t raise a concern or talk to the hairdresser about the end result." ( "I do actually think this is poor taste.
team came up with a comprehensive list of the awkward salon etiquette questions we’ve always wanted to ask, but never dared to, and took them to two Aussie hairdressers: ELEVEN Australia co-Creative Director and three-time Hairdresser of the Year Joey Scandizzo, and Togninis Premier Colourist David Martin. As long as we have a good chat at the beginning and both of us know exactly what’s going on with the haircut or style, I am happy for the client to sit back and relax.
I love being able to concentrate on what I’m doing, and I totally understand it’s a great time for my clients to chill out and read a magazine, which most people don’t get the luxury to do these days.
Once the hairdresser has some basic information, it's then time to move to standing behind the client and looking at them in the mirror.