I usually have a problem finding a hairdresser that cuts my hair to my liking. A lot of times too because I have thick hair that is long, they often complain and b**** about it the whole time. I don't like that, it doesn't seem professional. Everyone has different hair types and they are there to cut hair. I finally found a hairstylist I love and she is great. Doesn't complain or rush through a cut, and is very nice and also very professional.
I would ask friends for recommendations because that is oftentimes how you find good people. When someone has a bad experience we always hear about that salon. I also wouldn't equate price for quality hair dressers. There can be a really pricey salon because there may be a couple great stylists, while the rest are okay. I have had amazing haircuts from places that have charged me 30 or 40 bucks. You don't have to pay through the nose for good haircuts.
I would go and visit the salon first. Say you are looking for a new stylist and would love to take a look around and meet some of their stylists. That way you can talk to them about your concerns and also see what the salon is like. See if the stylists actually listen to what their clients say, I have had hairdressers tell me what I should want and I don't think that is right either. It is my hair and it should be how I like it, it only makes sense since I am going to be wearing it for a while. So I can totally identify with how you feel.
Sometimes it just comes down to trying out a few different salons and hoping one works out. In time you will find someone how is great at what they do and cuts your hair the way you want it done :)
You have to be very specific when you are getting your hair cut. You also need to go to someone who listens and knows what there doing. I understand that you are a woman and you have much more to work with but I think these basic principles help.
Before I let anyone cut my hair I give them a small interview. I ask them flat out if they are any good at cutting hair, and if they seem hesitant I will not let them cut my hair. I only let one woman cut my hair and that's because she knows exactly how I like it. You need to find someone who is a good match for you.
To be honest, there's really nothing nice to say about that haircut. However, looking at you face, I think you could pull off short hair. Try playing around with it for a bit or maybe getting it trimmed into something more workable. I'm sure you can find something to do with it while it grows back.
Try arranging consultations with places first, so you can talk to their hairdressers. If they seem trustworthy and like they know what their talking about, and don't charge a ridiculous price, don't go.
Heck yeah! Its so frustrating. I went in to have my hair dyed for the 1st time. I wanted to try brown and instead the lady dyed it red! So I went in a month and a half later to a different place and they guy dyed it brown on the bottom, blond highlights(because I let him) but then he completely left it red on the top on purpose because he liked it. So now I have 3 different hair colors going on.lol A friend recommended me to this one lady and I'm going to try her next. keep trying and maybe ask friends and family members whose hair you like, where they go to.
I actually think your hair looks good in your display picture
I had this problem when I would just go to anyone. A lot of hairstylists just pass the beauty school requirements and get behind a chair There are many salons that are just about getting asses in chairs and not very big on customer satisfaction and actually having any skills. When you see a girl with great hair ask her who does her hair or what salon she goes to. Try to stick to stylists who you have personally heard good recommendations about.
Also it's not always about the price. Sometimes you can get fooled by fancy salon/spas and expensive prices. You might think you get what you pay for but that isn't always true. Everybody is not good at listening to the customer and delivering. If you ever watch Salon Takeover you'll see a lot of fancy schmancy salons that have a lot of problems with service so you can't always go by that. Usually they will have better products so I'd go to them for deep conditioning and treatments but that's about it. I've had my hair done in the hood at people's houses and had wayy better results than at fancy salons so that says a lot. Also try to look for a stylist that has many years of experience. Always get a consultation before your actual appointment so you can ask questions, clarify things and decide whether or not you're comfortable letting them do your hair.
where the f*** did you get your haircut? D: I've had a bowlcut,exactly like that one (on purpose) and I paid 5$ for it! as far as how to stop stupid haircuts,look at yourself in the mirror and keep track of the cutting,if you notice that s/he's cutting too much-slap the bitch,or just tell her ''not that short!''
YES! Every f***ing time I go to get my hair cut they f*** it up.
Every. Single. Time.
So now I've given up. I just let it grow long and I refuse to ever get it cut again. Even if I ask for a trim they manage to f*** it up. Every f***ing time I go somewhere new, every f***ing time it costs a lot nd every single time they f*** it up.
yup going to the salons can be a pretty scary experience some don't do what you want them to do ...i would have fliped out because the diff in length is a bit much.. I have found that the cheaper less fancy salons have some pretty damn good hard working stylists , find her /him the does your hair good and stick to them and watch what they do and tell them specifically don't just show them a picture
never, ever, EVER pay that much money for a haircut. I go to this little family-style place, tell them what I want, and boom- they deliver. I feel like the fancier places are just super fake. is your hair really that short now? like it just covers your ears?
I just go really cheap: to the salon schools. As cheap as it gets. And believe it or not, I usually end up getting pretty good hair cuts. So maybe try that and see how it works for you... ? I don't know.
if you see someone with hair you like, ask them which salon they go to
I acully cut my own hair witih this thing that evenly picks up my hair, I cut it. And than I do layers. I also got it for bangs. I ALLWAYS get complainments on my hair. I don't even have great texture hair, I have curly hair. And curly hair is allways prone to dry hair. I love it :))