consejos para comunicarte con tu peluquero

How to talk to your hairdresser, explained by hairdressers.

Today at the cafe, the entire Cutfy crew started talking about the client's communication with the hairdresser. When razors began to appear (barbers always carry them in their hands), I decided to make this post.

The comunication is the key. as much as you can and more. However, many people have difficulty expressing what they want clearly to their hairdresser. Here are some tips to help you communicate with that professional and get the look you want:
  1. Do your research : Before you go to your appointment, research the haircut styles you like. You can look for photos of haircut styles online or from celebrities, and take the photos with you to your appointment. This will help your hairdresser better understand what you are looking for. Be careful not to go overboard, you don't want to become Thor in half an hour.
  2. Be specific: Make sure you are specific about what you want. For example, if you want a short cut at the nape of the neck and a little longer on the sides, be sure to tell your hairdresser. If you're unsure of exact measurements, use terms like “short,” “medium,” or “long” to help your stylist understand what you want. You could also have measured it in "fingers"
  3. Talk about your style preferences: Be sure to talk to your hairstylist about your dressing and hair style. Or even your type of life. For example, if you prefer a messier style or something more classic, be sure to make it clear.
  4. Don't feel embarrassed to ask for changes : We are on the same team here, friend. If you're not completely happy with the cut you've been given, don't feel embarrassed to ask for changes. Remember that your hairdresser is there to help you get the result you want.
  5. Be patient : Remember that your hairdresser is a professional and will need time to understand what you want and to create a haircut the way you want. Be patient and trust your hairdresser, the cut you want may take up to 4 sessions.

By following these tips, you will be able to communicate better with your hairdresser and get the top cut you were looking for.

Now it's in your hands and in your knife!

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