Your stylist left the salon, they were fired, they were a one trick pony or you just need new eyes. Here’s 3 common mistakes clients make when looking for their next stylist.
- They leave their current salon. Unless the culture at the salon is real
ly that bad, then you should give another stylist a chance. Tell the owner, in a calm sane moment, that you’d like to try another person. At Glam we have an open door policy so that all our guests are free to try another stylist. No hard feelings and no questions asked. We are trained to be humble and professional. No egos here.
- They rely only on on-line reviews. Lets face it nobody’s perfect. We even have had some bad reviews. However, not allowing all the positive reviews through upfront is not professional, it’s sneaky. Call the salon and make a blow-dry appointment. That way you can see the salon’s culture. Be specific of what your looking for in a stylist. A good front desk support person knows every stylists talents.
- Don’t base everything on price or years experience. Base it off their education. There are some new stylist that are natural born talents. There are also experienced and expensive stylists who haven’t gone to a class since they graduated beauty school. Ask to meet the salon owner and ask how often they train. Our stylists receive 4 in-salon trainings a year and more outside the salon.Trust us, we know you’re out there looking at Facebook, Pinterst and Instagram. Follow us and check out our work by clicking the social media icons above.