Things You NEED To Tell Your Hair Stylist

by Charmaine Pioquinto

Things You NEED To Tell Your Hair Stylist


    Everybody loves a good trip to the salon. It is the stylish woman’s secret haven. You get to relax under the whiff of hair treatment solutions and the sound of scissors snipping away. A stylist will approach you and ask you your desired look and voila! You are already halfway to looking a new and improved you. However, before you get too immersed with that magazine you are reading, there are some things you need to tell your hair stylist. Believe it or not, there are things you do that can affect the outcome and the maintenance of your hair. Here are some things you might want to share with your stylist.




    A lot of people these days are at war as to how often one should wash their hair. Others believe that you should wash your hair at least every other day and would sometimes last up to once a week. But, others, out of habit, always wash their hair every day. This particular habit can actually affect the way a stylist would cut your hair. According to experts, those who wash their hair regularly would benefit from getting a dry cut. Dry cuts allow a person to get their hair styled in its natural texture. In other terms, what you see is what you would get. On the other hand, those who loves their second-day to fourth-day hair would benefit from a haircut that is more high-maintenance.

    The key here is to use a gentle shampoo that doesn’t leave your hair dry but still cleans our locks. Such product is DKoye’s The Shampoo. This formula contains amino acids that strengthen the hair and algae extracts helps the hair retain moisture. This leaves your hair feeling clean, light and soft.




    We all wake up with varying hair conditions. Others wake up with amazing hair while most would wake up with a bird’s nest at the top of their head. This can be due to your hair length. Make sure to share the way you sleep with your stylist to best determine the hair style that would need less maintenance from you. For example, short haired women might wake up with wild hair if they sleep on their backs. This would mean endless hours of hair styling. 


    These are just some of the things you need to share with your stylist. This is to help the come up with the best haircut for your needs and habits. So, confess and step out of the salon with beautiful hair.