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Does your hair seem lifeless? Have you tried all of the different products that are supposed to bring the life back to your hair and make it shiny, full and healthy? Have those products let you down? I spent a small fortune trying to find the products that would make my hair as pretty as it used to be, but failed to find that one product that worked. I decided to see a hair and skin specialist to find out why my hair was so lifeless. I learned several tips that changed the way that I care for my hair, changed the products that I use and have improved the health of my hair drastically. Visit my blog to find out what I have changed.

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3 Steps To Finding Your New Hair Salon And Stylist

Which hair salon is the right choice for you? If you're searching for a new stylist or colorist, but you're not sure how to find the perfect pro for your needs, then take a look at a few steps that can help you to choose a new hairdresser.

Know What You Want

Not all hair professionals are experts in every area. Before you start the search process, make a list of what salon services you want or need. These could include hair cut services, such as trims, bang cuts, or specific styles. You may also need a stylist who has extensive experience cutting your type of hair—especially if you have curly, frizzy, or very fine tresses. 

Along with cuts, decide whether you will need other services a salon may offer. Like haircuts, hair coloring also requires a specialist. Highlights, lowlights, ombre, babylights, and balayage all require a high degree of training to get right. If the colorist is new to the type of color process you want or has never tried it, continue your salon search.

Beyond cut and color, you may also want additional services such as a keratin treatment, deep conditioning, waxing, or aesthetics/facial options. Decide whether these are regular services you will need often or if they are something you will only schedule once a year. Make sure the salon of your choice offers each of these selections.

Know What You Need

The ability to cut, color, or process your hair competently is crucial. But it's not the only thing you need from a new salon stylist. Even though the technical aspects of the services each salon offers are important, you may also have your own personal preferences. Do you need a stylist who is straightforward and will give you honest feedback? Do you want to work with someone who will talk you through each step of the process? Do you need a stylist who is a top-notch communicator and will happily talk or text you through the after-cut care process? Think about these and other similar issues before you select a stylist. 

Know What To Look For

How much training is enough for a stylist? Does your new hairdresser need a specific number of years in the business? According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, each state requires hair stylists to complete a state-licensed cosmetology of barber post-secondary program. After completion of a training program, each state also requires stylists to apply for and obtain a license. While there is no magic number of years of experience your would-be future stylist should have, they should meet the minimum standards for your state and have a valid license. 

Keep these tips in mind when looking for a hair salon near you.