They hate “Tara hair.”
Well, at least my stylist isn’t the biggest fan. “It curls up when glue is applied and it’s hard for stylist to control. Some people don’t even want it styled, they just want it put in.” I could never get into Tara hair; it doesn’t even look pretty in the pack to me. To each her own, just be aware of the project you’re signing your stylist up for when you purchase these short strands.
They know when you lie about processing your hair at home.
Maybe it’s dramatic but it’s similar to telling your doctor that you only have one glass of wine a month when you know you get it popping with a bottle of Yellowtail every single weekend. Lying to your stylist about processing your hair doesn’t give them an honest picture about what they’re working with and you’re only hurting yourself. Ramika advises, “When a client lies about perming or coloring but wants color, it (the hair) won’t lighten to the color you want it to leaving your roots lighter than the ends.”