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Choosing a Hairstyle

Hairstyles that exert traction on the hair, such as ponytails, cornrows, buns, etc, are not good for people with hair loss problem. Professional hairdresser can conceal hair loss by highlighting certain areas to divert attention from areas of thinning or advise on conditioner and thickener that give hair a fuller look.

Here is my list of do's and don't's in selecting, dealing with and keeping a hairdresser:

1. Find a hairdresser through a personal recommendation. If there is someone you know who has a haircut that you admire or someone you see on the street or at a party with a nice hairstyle you think might look a lot about you, ask where she gets their hair cut. Don't be shy.

2. Make an appointment and walk with confidence. Don't be intimidated by a fancy salon receptionist or a concern. Be kind but firm; announce your arrival and ask when you may see the hairdresser. If you are kept waiting, ask why. Have other questions that you want. Remember, hairdressing is a service you are the customer and priority to any living room should be to serve you.

3. On your first visit, when the receptionist gives you a dress to transform itself into don't do it. Meet your hairdresser with your hair the way you wear, the clothes that are yours, so he or she can see you Overall, the image you present. This will help to understand "that" you are and create a style that you like. But it also means that you should "wardrobe" or pretend to be someone you are not. Be yourself, but be your best self.

4. Notice if the hairdresser has time to talk with you, not only to discuss the style to be flattering for you (beware if you immediately said he knows that the perfect style for you), but also for what kind of life you lead, how long you should take care of your hair, how you are skilled at using some of the tools and what kind of hairstyle you want. All this information will help create your hairstyle so if it doesn't ask, volunteer information. If it doesn't care leave immediately.

5. If you see the hairdresser to create the same hairstyle for all its customers-watch out. It is perhaps the only he knows, or it may be the kind that makes a single headdress at the same time. A good hairdresser create an individual style for each of its clients.

6. Once you have chosen a hairdresser, to talk honestly. Tell him what you like in a hairstyle, and what you believe that if we end up with a hairdo that you hate, you must accept some responsibility. To avoid such a disaster, keep saying to yourself, "It is my hair that of being stylish and I have something to say about it! "Any good hairdresser will respect that.

7. Don't skimp on a haircut. The hairdresser you may be more expensive than others, but it is really good, it will be worth it. Remember that if you get a cut that you hate, you will have to put more money to have someone else fix it. If you want to save money on a haircut, go to the designer you want, but he cut his hair shorter than usual and you will not have to come back so often.

8. A good hairdresser not need his or her dependants. It will give you a haircut that you will be able to take care of yourself, and it can show you how you ask! If you find when you get home that you can do nothing with your hair (and you find that the only person who can is your hairdresser) tell him that the cut isn't for you. If it doesn't understand, you may need to go to someone who does.