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From: Gina From Connecticut (22.214.171.124)
Subject: Re: General Question for Hairdressers
Date: August 29, 2007 at 1:08 pm PST
In Reply to: General Question for Hairdressers posted by Cindy on August 28, 2007 at 8:12 am:
It's sad to say but alot of stylist can't blow out curly hair properly. So if you have to pay more and they don't ask you if you want it then they properly don't know how to or want to. So you are better off not wasting your time. next time ask before having your hair done so you'll know up front.
In our salon we do a haircut price alone for $40 with a quick finger blow dry with product
or a cut and style for $50 & up with a strong tension blow dry finished off with a flat iron.
We do that because alot of clients don't really care about the blow out and many do. We have a large clientele that just come in for a straight blow out.
Unfortunately, I am having a hard time finding stylist that can accommodate my clients with a good straight blow out that can last up to a week. During an interview I always ask if they can blow curl hair out straight and they always say sure of course and then when I see them do it, I realize they have no clue.
Many stylist done want to learn because it's just to much trouble. especially if they still get $50 either way. They are not going to take the time to do it without getting more money for it.
I am in the process of getting together a class at schools in my area, teach them how to properly blow dry hair straight, and explain to them that 10 years from now with all the mixed marriages I bet their won't be to many natural straight heads out there. As hairdresser it will be a must if you want to make money, to be diverse.
Cindy, I believe you asked in another post about a perm that loosens curl with making it completely straight and there is. There are alot of options out for you.
Gina from www.hairstalent.com
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