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A Guide To Choosing A New Hair Salon
Friday, 05 January 2018

Regardless of whether you have recently relocated to a new area, your regular hair stylist has left the salon, or you are feeling slightly dissatisfied with your current hairstyle, there are various reasons why you would be on the search for a good hairdressing salon. Having worked with the same hair stylist for over seven years, I can appreciate the rewards of finding a special professional who knows your hair and your preferences. With so many salons to choose from, finding the ideal stylist can be difficult and somewhat tiresome. Here is an article to help you choose the perfect hair salon for your needs.

1. Ask For Referrals

The next time you find yourself staring at a stranger's hairdo on the train, why not head over and ask them where they had the style done? There is nothing better than a personal word-of-mouth referral, particularly when the results are staring you in the face. Family members, friends and co-workers can also be helpful when it comes to finding a new hairstyling salon. When asking them for the salon name, it is recommended that you ask for the name of the stylist they worked with in addition to the salon.

2. Browsing Social Networks

Image-based social networking websites, such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest, have become essential online resources for hair stylists to advertise their work. Fortunately for us, this means we are able to locate a stylist offering the exact service we need based on real-life examples. If you are perusing Instagram, try performing a hashtag search with your area and the type of hairstyle you are interested in. For example, a search using #texasbraids will bring up results of Texas-based hairdressing salons that specialize in braiding.

3. Don't Go By Price

While it may be tempting to assume that the most costly or popular hairdressing salon is the best, this is not necessarily true. Do not expect to love the hairstyle you receive because you have paid a large amount of money for it. When choosing a hair salon, it is highly recommended that you research the individual stylist rather than relying exclusively on the hype of the beauty magazines. Independent research will save you more than spending money on overpriced salons.

4. Book A Consultation


Booking a consultation is one of the best ways to determine if the new salon meets your personal preferences according to the experts Propaganda Hair Group in Texas. During a consultation you will be able to meet your stylist and discover if you are on the same "wavelength". You will also be able to review the facility and discover if the salon is suitable, clean, and if they understand what you are looking for.

5. Know Exactly What You Are Looking For

Arguably, all hair stylists despise clients who are unclear of the hairstyle they want or have unrealistic expectations of the hairstyle they desire. If you are not certain on the "do" you are looking for, the chances are that you will not be pleased with the results from any hair salon. Before choosing a salon, it is essential that you know exactly what you are looking for. Make a firm decision on the hairstyle including the length, color, everything a stylist would need to know before making an appointment. It is also important that you are realistic regarding the style; you can become Angelina Jolie overnight regardless of the stylist's skills.

6. Taking Baby Steps

While it may be tempting, try not to book a complete restyle with a new hairdresser. When booking a first consultation, it is recommended that you begin with a simple wash and steam treatment to determine the competence of the stylist and attentiveness of the staff. The overall experience will help you decide if you want to return and try something more demanding. After all, you can simply start a free trial for a hair service before deciding if it's the one for you!
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