10 Things We Do That Hairdressers Don’t Like

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Arriving Late: Hairdressers often work on tight schedules, so arriving late for your appointment can disrupt their entire day and inconvenience other clients.

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Bringing Unruly Children: While it's understandable that children may need to accompany you to the salon, bringing unruly or disruptive children can make.

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Not Communicating Clearly: Failing to communicate your expectations or desires for your hairstyle can lead to misunderstandings and dissatisfaction with the end result.

4

Using Your Phone: Constantly using your phone during your appointment can be distracting for both you and your hairdresser.

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Bringing Too Many Friends: While it's fine to bring a friend or two for moral support, bringing a large group of friends can disrupt the salon's.

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Micromanaging the Process: Constantly nitpicking or micromanaging the hairdresser's work can be frustrating and counterproductive.

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Previous Treatments: It's important to be honest with your hairdresser about any previous treatments or colorings you've had done to your hair.

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Skipping Regular Appointments: Regular appointments are essential for maintaining the health and appearance of your hair.

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Appropriately: Tipping is customary in the salon industry and is an important way to show appreciation for your hairdresser's hard work and expertise.

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Communication: If you're unhappy with your hairdresser's work, it's important to communicate your concerns directly with them before leaving negative.

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