Do You Want the PERFECT Haircut?

Let me explain the best way to make it happen! There are three types of clients that sit down in my chair:

  1. The one who wants me to use my creativity to do whatever I want
  2. The one who is extremely specific as to how to cut their hair
  3. The one who agrees or disagrees to the suggestions I make.

All of these clients will get a great haircut, but #3 has the highest chance of leaving with the PERFECT haircut.

Why? Let’s think of it this way:

When you visit the doctor, you trust them as a professional. They went to school for years to make sure they give you the finest quality care. You expect them to ask you questions in order to best diagnose the problem. 9 times out of 10 when you WebMD your symptoms before you go into the doctor, you diagnose yourself with 12 different possible ailments, none of which are correct. The best thing to do is trust your doctor (or hair stylist) to figure out exactly what you need!

Here, at K Bella, we look at the whole picture. We envision what you want your final look to be and determine how to best cut your hair to get it there. We consider many factors such as the way your hair falls on your head and your face shape. This allows us to make sure the layers fall where they should and the cut/color compliments your skin tone, makeup, facial features, etc.

We also take into account your day-to-day styling techniques. When cutting your hair, it matters whether you’re a "wash & wear"-type person or someone who likes to take the time to blow out their hair.

Bottom Line: Your input + our expertise = the perfect cut

When you allow your stylist to ask the right questions, you always end up with that fantastic new hairdo you were looking for! We always like to walk you through the process to make sure you’re getting the PERFECT cut.

So, next time you go in to see your stylist, give them your vision, and let them take it from there!

Kristan Sayers

Kristan is an International Design Artist with Neuma, and the owner of K Bella Hair Studio & Spa. She opened K Bella in 2009, where she also began her own Academy Program training students to become licensed cosmetologists. In 2016 she became the State Representative for licensing regulations to help watch for legislative changes that could hurt the beauty industry. Kristan is also known for working with salons to help them grow and train their hairdressers and guiding them in everything from salon design to training programs for salon owners and managers.

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