Your hairstylist does more than cut hair.

Your Hairstylist Does More Than Cut Hair

When you go to a barber or the salon, you’re getting a service that involves far more than just having someone cut your hair. Your hairstylist is a resource for helping you optimize your personal style and gain more confidence. Obviously, getting a fresh look when you walk out of the shop is great, but there’s so much more your hairstylist can help you out with.

Help You Get Your Perfect Look

While you may have a haircut you’re used to getting, your hairstylist can help you switch things up by giving you recommendations. And if you’re unsure what haircut to get, they can walk you through some options that will suit you best.

There is a surprising number of things to consider when picking the right haircut. For one, your hair texture will play a major role in which styles will work best. For example, if you have very coarse hair, you might have a hard time pulling off a slicked-back hairstyle, but you’d very likely look great with a fade.

Your face shape is another factor to consider. For example, if you have a longer face, you’ll want to avoid having a hairstyle with short sides and more length on top. Instead, try leaving some length on the sides to balance out the look. Cowlicks, thinning hair in certain areas, and desired ease of style also play a role in making the right choice.

When you ask your hairstylist for recommendations, you’re bound to learn something new!

Recommend Hair Products

Your hairstylist is here to help you find the products that work best for you. For example, if you are looking for a good styling product, they can help you find the gel or pomade with the right level of hold and shine. If your hair tends to be oily, they’ll likely recommend a pomade with a matte finish to help keep your hair from looking too greasy. And if you need a shampoo to help you avoid dandruff, they can point you in the right direction for those products too.

Get Hair Care Advice

Your haircut appointments shouldn’t be the only times your hair gets taken care of. That’s why you should ask your hairstylist how you can best take care of your hair at home.

This is especially true for seasonal extremes, when your hair can struggle to stay healthy. If you’re struggling with oily hair during the summer, your hairstylist can give you some best practices to tone down the greasiness. And if you want to avoid dryness during the winter, they can point out the best products and daily routine to keep your hair nourished and moisturized.

They can also give you tips on how to avoid hair loss. Not only are there some good habits that can help prevent thinning hair, but your hairstylist can also give you recommendations for hair recovery products that will actually be worth your money.

So schedule your next visit at Sports Clips today to get an awesome new look and some valuable knowledge on how to keep your hair looking stylish and feeling great.

Sport Clips Haircuts Central Mass provides quality haircuts to kids and adults at an affordable price in a clean, sports-themed atmosphere. Come for a haircut or beard trim, or enjoy our signature MVP treatment, including a neck and shoulder massage, hot or cold towel treatment and deep shampoo.

Visit one of our 5 locations: Berlin | Milford | Marlborough | Northborough | Franklin

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