Seriously, I used to cut my own hair when I was in 10th grade. I basically just did a side graduated cut so the front of my hair framed my face.
It was one of those days that my hair was bugging me because it is so long so I went off in seek of a place to cut it, but not feeling like going into town, I yelped Kailua and Kaneohe.
Well, I guess I didn’t click on enough postings. But don’t get me wrong, the cut was not that bad.
But,I wouldn’t tell someone I got my hair cut there.
It was more about the experience at the Super cuts location, rather than the quality of the cut. The cut is passable-like I said probably as good as I could cut it myself.
But there was training going on with some bored, slightly interested new stylists. The trainer was speaking fairly knowledgeably, and telling them about new concepts in approaching customers and how to speak to us.
I forget exactly what they call a customer, maybe client?
The point I want to make, is why bother with a bunch of labels if you don’t have the basics down?
Like make sure your area is clean.
Make sure your brushes and other items used on clients are clean.
It’s pretty easy really.
And I am not overally anal-just ask the bf. He grumbles about how much water I splash around all the time.