Note to hair stylists: Unless they give you free reign, please don’t get creative with your client’s hair!!!
Each and every time I get my haircut I bring in a visual aid, which is a sheet of paper with a half dozen images of basically the same cut. Slightly angled in the front, with only very MINIMAL LAYERS. This is one of the images:
This simple shape works well with fine hair and is very easy for me to maintain, without the need for stinky, sticky product, or use of ultra damaging blow dryer, or hot curling iron. I love a hair style that is simple and classic. Working women and moms need an easy to maintain hair style-it is just a fact of life. I think most stylists (correct me if I am mistaken) choose to spend the time and money styling their hair on a daily basis, which is understandable, because they feel the need to look their polished best for their clients. My choice is to wash and go!
What makes a great hair stylist: THEY LISTEN. Things were going well during my most recent visit to the hair salon when suddenly my hair dresser’s energy changed; she became visibly more animated, then up went the hand to the top of my head, pulling a chunk straight up and snip, snip, snip—she suddenly became a creative tour de force of layering.
All images courtesy Google image search