What Did You Do To My Hair!? 6 Signs You’re Dealing With a Ratchet Stylist

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You End Up Leaving With Less Hair Than You Came In With
Have you ever asked for a one-inch trim only to find yourself five inches too short? Hiring a stylist that lacks the capacity to understand and respect their clients requests is a no-no. Find a stylist that listens and respects your vision for your hair, because after all, it is your hair. If they happen to feel that your desires are unrealistic, there needs to be a certain level of tact in the way that they offer suggestions. Never settle in any area of life, especially not when it comes to your hair. I can recall asking my former hairstylist for a Halle Berry cut and getting a military buzz cut instead. I almost cried as I watched his assistant sweep away nine inches of healthy natural hair. His only reply was “I’ve got a lot of customer’s waiting.” Then he shrugged and held his hand out! If I came in asking to look like Halle Berry why should I have walked out looking like Demi Moore in G.I. Jane? Stylists should be doing what the client asks, not what they feel like…

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