5 Dapper Tips

 

GET A  FREE CONSULTATION

We are all becoming more individually styled, so you should talk to your barber/stylist before your cut.

Your barber/stylist should have a good look at what you’re wearing.
Your barber /stylist should ask things like – What you do for Work… and what sort of things you like to do in the evenings and weekends…These questions and answers should not be rushed.
Your Barber/Stylist should help you to have a cut that suits you.

Customer dissatisfaction can come from a lack of consultation.

BE PREPARED

If you’ve got a specific look you want, go with your hair styled, and take along a photo if possible. Otherwise, go with freshly washed hair.

If you want to show a photo, just have it on your phone. The barber/stylist should know what you’re going for and help you find something along those lines.

BE REALISTIC

You must have realistic expectations of what can be done with your hair. Think about texture, length, volume. Talk to your barber/stylist – any good barber/stylist will be honest with you.

It’s very important for barber/stylist to make their customers look as good as they possibly can.

SPEAK UP

If it looks like something’s going wrong, say, “Hang on a minute…” and clarify where the cut is going. Be polite and firm. You’re paying good money – you should pay for exactly the cut that you want.

A good barber will never be offended.

 

LOYALTY NEEDS TO BE EARNED

If you become unhappy with your barber/stylist,  you do not have to go back

People can get complacent.

If the barber/stylist you’re going to isn’t satisfying you – if the service is slipping, and the cut isn’t good – change.

Loyalty should be earned and re-earned.