One of the biggest selling hair tools of the past few years has been the hair straightener or iron, as women around the world have tamed their natural curls and texture to suit a long layered straight style. Recently though, tongs and curling irons have been inching their way back into the bestsellers lists as curls have been making a comeback. It’s a truism that we always want the type of hair we don’t have. People with straight hair want curly hair, people with curly, textured hair want straight hair and people with no hair, well… just want some hair! – read more
Being skilled at cutting naturally curly hair can help any hairstylist tap into a clientele that will remain loyal for years to come. When a naturally curly haired client finds a hairstylist that truly understands how to get the best from their natural texture, the client will become loyal for life!
Read on to learn how to avoid the 5 most common mistakes hairdressers make when cutting naturally curly hair.
Mistake #1: Assuming every client with natural curl longs for smooth silky locks
This is the number one mistake many hairdressers make when they meet a new curly haired client for the first time – read more
When it comes to blow dry training, there are a few top tips that can jump start every trainee’s skill level to provide polished, personalised blow out services faster. It’s important for trainees to grasp that the best hairstylists understand the importance of applying the perfect blow dry technique. A haircut or colour blown dry to suit a client’s lifestyle and the new look is a winning combination that builds client loyalty and confidence.
Tip 1: Start with short hair first
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