5 things you need to tell the stylist before a haircut

A new haircut can change your entire look. So, if you are bored with your regular style, get a new haircut.

Whenever you sit for a haircut, you need to the following things to the stylist to get the best haircut.

Tell them about your lifestyle
Explain to the stylist about what you wear, how you commute to work, how you tie your hair—these inputs will help them to suggest a suitable hairstyle. If you travel by two-wheeler every day then certain haircuts may not be suitable for you and if you tie up your hair then a hairstyle that needs your hair to be left loose will not make sense. The clothes you wear also should also be told to the stylist so that they can give you the most suitable style.

Don’t be fussy about the length of the hair
You can always prefer a certain length. At the same time, if the stylist suggests that some more length needs to be chop off to get the right style, you should not get antsy about the length of the hair. The stylist cannot experiment with a new look without chopping off the required length.You need a different look at the same time you don’t want to reduce the length—this just doesn’t work.

Let the stylist talk
When you sit for a hairstyle discussion you just don’t dictate everything. Give some room for the stylist to tell his ideas. Sometimes he may have new ideas that will suit you. So let them talk and come up with ideas so that you can come out of the regular boring hairstyle that you usually end up getting. The experts will always know better.

Know your pluses
Pick the hairstyle that suits your face and texture of the hair so that they can get a clear idea. You can tell them how you maintain your hair so that the expert can suggest you a better hair care regime. Try to get tips for maintaining healthy hair while discussing about the hair texture.

Avoid dilemma
If the stylist suggests some new look and if you have apprehensions, you can very well say ‘no’. Do not agree to a new style in a trice and regret later. You need to be clear about what you want and what will look good on you. Whatever suggestions the stylist offers, the final decision is always yours!