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Great Technique for Front Face Frame Area (How Your Stylist Can Help Keep Your Bangs Away From Your

Hola chicas y chicos! Hope all is well and I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend with their family and friends. For now, it's back to business. I wanted to share an awesome technique I've been using on my guests ever since I came across it online. Sam Villa has some amazing tutorials online and this is one that has been extremely useful for myself and my guests. I use this whenever cutting a side fringe (bangs) that will be below the eyebrow. This helps the guest wear it without it becoming annoying and constantly on their face. Stylists, next time when cutting a fringe you may want to try this. Guests, make your stylist aware of this technique which will make your fringe much easi

I Want a Trim, Not a Haircut

Situation #2 (Stylist Perspective): A hair trim is often used synonymously with the word haircut. Often times it is used when a guest desires to cut off only the ends or not “too much." We as stylist understand that, trust me we do, but I have learned that it is also expected to pay less because it’s just a “trim.” Let me explain why this is still charged as a haircut. There are many types of haircuts, when working on any of them, the same steps must be followed to achieve the desired style, whether we're cutting just the ends or a couple of inches. Though steps may vary amongst stylists, the outcome is to preserve the existing haircut style. For the most part, if a guest is asking for a "tr

Yes, I Know I Have A Lot of Hair!

Situation #1 (Client Perspective): Okay, so I walk into a salon and once in the chair the stylist acknowledges the amount of hair on my head. No problem, thanks, now let's keep it moving. But of course, that's not the case. Now this has become the topic of conversation and all I keep hearing is, “Oh my! You have so much hair...Oh wow! You have a lot of hair!" Meanwhile, all I am thinking is, "ummm yes I know, I am fully aware of the amount of hair on my head," yet the stylist continues to tell me like I don’t already know!!! Oh, but that’s not enough, why do you feel the need to share this information with not only your peers, but other clients as well. So now guess what??? I am the center o