In a previous post I shared Kyle’s experience. So it’s only right to tap into the concept of two-way communication between a client and their barber/stylist.
I imagine that sometimes communicating with your barber/stylist can be a bit weird for various reasons. This is definitely a learned behavior and it gets better over time.
I came across a great article on how to effectively communicate your needs and wants to ensure you’re happy when you leave your barber’s chair. For example:
“Q: How to find a great barber or stylist?
A: Keep trying until you find someone you trust.
All of this advice depends on having a good barber or stylist. There are so many of them out there, it can be difficult to know where to start. First off, decide if you prefer a barber or salon environment… Then, check out their websites and social media to see the kinds of cuts they do…”
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