Making the Cut

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How to Show Your Client You Appreciate Them (And Keep Them Coming Back)

When customers enter your shop for a haircut, the goal of cleaning up their look and optimizing their personal style is what brings them in, but the overall experience of being appreciated and building a positive relationship is what will keep them coming back. Greet Each Person Who Walks In Even if you are in…

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How to Determine the Best Haircut for Your Client’s Face Shape

When your client walks up to the chair and you start to discuss hairstyle suggestions, be sure to have their face shape in mind and to have suitable haircuts ready. The shape of a person’s face can have a surprisingly strong influence on how their haircut looks overall. There are six general face shapes to…

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Why Non-Surgical Hair Replacement Is the Best Option

Having a full head of great-looking hair styled by an excellent barber is the perfect way to keep looking young and build self-confidence. When the natural effects of age or genetics begin to thin out the hair and reveal more bare scalp, it can leave many in search of solutions. These solutions have often come…

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The History of Hair Replacement

Having a full head of great looking hair styled by an excellent barber is a great way to keep looking young and build self-confidence. When the natural effects of age or genetics begins to thin out the hair, and reveal more bare scalp, it can leave many in search of solutions. Wigs and Hairpieces The…

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Ways to Care for Your Beard

Proper beard care is unfortunately not as common as it should be. While men take pride in having a forest of fur on their face, too few take steps to actually groom or nurture it. Facial hair is naturally more wiry and unruly than hair on the top of the head. Because of this, it…

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The Differences Between Barbering and Cosmetology

Many people assume barbers and cosmetologists do similar jobs – they both just cut hair, right? Wrong. Barbering and cosmetology are like two sides of the same coin. Barbers traditionally work more with hair, beards, and mustaches. Cosmetologists focus on a wider variety of services such as hair, skin, and nails. Even though they are…