I love my career. I love being creative. ...but there are times, I do not feel creative or energetic. I am human. I have my highs and lows just like you. Shocking, I know! There are times I excel and times I fail. Tell me it isn't so! Let your stylist know when you are let down. Let your stylist know how to correct the error. We are humans too. Give us a second chance to redeem ourselves as your hair maestro!
Have you called your stylist requesting an appointment immediately to find out the next available appointment is four to six weeks out? You know the devastation. At this moment you think to yourself, "I should have rebooked as suggested". So what's next? You call around to find a salon with available appointments. Ah, good! You found one. In most cases, you will not be leaving happy, so you call your stylist pleading to be squeezed in for a correction. Once your original styl
Have you been disappointed with the final result of your hair color when you specifically requested a particular color? Let me bring to light a small, neglected detail. Photoshop. All of us have photoshopped one time or another. We have made our skin appear more youthful and glowy, or we whitened our teeth with Facetune. (You know what I'm talking about.) Have you ever played with a photoshop app allowing you to swap colors? For instance, swapping blue skies for pink? I have,
I grew up with an army dad, and we could not be late. If you're on time, you're late! I provide my clients the respect and courtesy by arriving early to setup and prepare for the day ahead. I book my appointments down to the exact minute. If you are late, I must adjust your service to be courteous to the next client. What does this mean? If a full foil appointment was scheduled, a tardy arrival adjusts the appointment to a partial foil. Many stylists will charge for the origi