Choosing hairstylist was not as easy as it seems. Not carefully choose a hairdresser can ruin the mood for the unwanted hair look. Renowned hair stylist Kevin Murphy in an interview in a weekly tabloid Sydney reveals tips on choosing a qualified hairdresser. It says Murphy about choosing a hairdresser tricks mainstay:
- Fabulous hair stylist must have a lot of customers. Do not be surprised if you feel the need to queue for their services. "Great hair stylist usually can not be easily book. Take time to survey on internet forums or ask friends if the recommendations had no choice.
- Those skilled hair cut, usually no duty or even can not dye your hair. "I never dye my clients hair because I'm not proficient," said Kevin.
- Choose hairdresser who has hair similar to your situation. This may be a strange suggestion. But there's no harm in trying. According to Kevin, a hairdresser who has short hair usually have plenty of references to short hair. So is long hair or straight. Hairstylists who have curly hair more likely to know the ins and outs of texture and curls.
- If you can not find a hairdresser who has a similar texture to your hair, then try to drop your selection on male hairdressers. Kevin found male hairdressers are usually more able to objectively assess female beauty.
- Look reactions when consult your hairdresser. If you feel he is not listening to my heart, better go. That means he will not be managing your hair seriously.