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How To Find a Good Hairstylist

Raise your hand if you’ve ever had a bad haircut…we’ve all been there right? In today’s culture with how diverse and expansive the hair industry has become, how can you even begin to find a good hairstylist? Especially with the plethora of Instagram stylists out there that may look talented but don’t have to skill to back it up. Well friends, you’re in the right place! This blog post was made specifically to teach you how to find a good hairstylist. [This post here details why you should go get your haircut!]

From The Client’s Perspective

Now what is most fun about this post is that I followed one of my best friends, Kristina, to her FIRST hair appointment with a new hairstylist. When she told me that she would be trying somebody new, more local to where she lives, I knew I had to tag along. Just out of pure curiosity. I’m a student at heart and knowing how difficult Kristina’s hair can be, I wanted to see someone else take on the task!

The night or two before, a thought came into my head…what if I vlogged her whole experience and shared the results with you all! I reached out to her and shared my idea and she was in! I asked my Instagram followers to ask me any questions they might have about how to find a good hairdresser and down to San Diego I drove. The vlog below is what ensued…enjoy!

So How Do You Find a Good Hairdresser

For anyone looking for it spelled out plain and simple here are the key points to how you can find a good hairdresser.

    • Instagram, Yelp, Google, Pinterest
    • Look for work on their portfolio that you like
    • Have they worked on hair like yours? Texture, length, ethnicity, etc.
    • Is it convenient to where you live
    • Is there ample parking
    • Does their pricing compare to others in the same city/area?
    • Can you afford it/the maintenance
    • If they’re available on the spot, chances are they aren’t the best on the market [with the exception of cancellations and off hand chances]
    • Someone booking out a month in advance most likely has the skill to back it up
    • Are they asking the right questions?
    • Do they give you realistic expectations?
    • Are they clear about the price and maintenance?

Who’s Ready For #HairGoals Hair?

How to find a good hairstylist

I had so much fun making this video with my friend Kristina and am so thankful she has now found a GOOD hairdresser only 5 minutes from where she lives. Her hairstylist Rachael did a really thorough and amazing job! I hope this information helps equip you to find success as well! And even if you aren’t currently looking for a new hairstylist I hope this video was entertaining at least lol. Thanks for being here!

xoxo Aly

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