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No Stress Salon Visits

Do you have a healthy relationship with your hair stylist? If you're not getting what you want, it might be time for a change. There's nothing wrong with asking for what you want. Especially when it comes to choosing a new hairstylist. Here's what you need to know to make it a positive, stress-free experience.

First, look through magazines or search for hairstyle photos on the web. Make copies of the hairstyles that interest you.

Next, go to the salon for a consultation. Most salons offer this service free of charge, especially if you want a big change.

Discuss your new style before you commit to an appointment. Schedule your consultation on a weekday rather than a Saturday because this is always the busiest day of the week.

Then, be honest with your hairstylist, and listen to his advice. If the new style you're looking for is high maintenance, are you ready to spend the time and effort needed?

And finally, discuss what you like and dislike and what your lifestyle is like. Listen to the advice and if you're in doubt, ask questions. If you're not happy with the stylist's suggestions, go to another salon.