Like any professional in the personal care industry, hairstylists are responsible of grooming their clients and giving them the best haircut. While the duty of the hairstylist focuses on hair, they are also tasked to educate clients about specific hair products and services and their general effects.
What does a hairstylist do?
- Educate clients about:
- Hair care and maintenance
- Effects of using hair chemicals (client may possibly be allergic)
- Scalp care and treatment
- Prevention of having hair and scalp problems such as dandruff, falling hair and split ends
- The advantages of having a regular haircut
- Hair styles that match a client’s face shape
- Hair length
- Shade of color to use
- Hair care products that will help improve damaged hair (maybe herbal or medicinal shampoos)
- Offer the following services:
- Washing, shampoo, and drying clients hair
- Styling & haircut designs (perm, relaxing, straightening)
- Hair coloring (dyeing, highlights, streaks)
Hairstylists are hair professionals. As soon as a client comes in a salon, the hairstylist should give it a few minutes and study the client’s hair. It is not enough to suggest products and services for vanity reasons only. While clients think it is their only reason for visiting the salon, they should also know that not everyone is safe to have chemicals applied to their hair.
Hairstylists should be careful in making any decision when dealing with hair chemicals. Any form of negligence or mistreatment of a client’s hair can be grounds for getting sued.
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