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How to find the Perfect Hairstylist?

How to find the Perfect Hairstylist? Now that is a million-dollar question! The idea of finding the right stylist is harder than you can imagine. There are too many options out there, and you just don’t know which one to go for. Choosing a wrong hairstylist will not only be devastating for your hair but your personality as well. But all your worries end here because we have created a list of 5 things you need to look for before choosing your perfect hairstylist.


1. Knowledgeable

A good hairstylist knows what will look good on you. He or she should have a keen understanding of hair texture, facial characteristics, latest trends etc. For instance, some people have thin hair while some have thick. Not all hairstyles are appropriate for both. This is why you need a hairstylist with knowledge; you need someone who can give you advice on what hairstyle to go for.


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2. Good Reputation

So how would you know if a hairstylist is good or not? Simple, you ask other people for recommendations. A hairstylist with a good rep will always be under people’s radar. Maybe there is a good hairstylist near you, and you just know it. Never step into a salon without doing a little bit of research.


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3. Ask the Right Questions

Sometimes, even years of experience fails to deliver on the promises. You see all the accolades and credentials mentioned on the websites, and still, you’re leaving disappointed after getting a haircut.

You need to communicate your concerns and ask questions regarding your hair texture, some home remedies, anything that gets you satisfied. A good hairstylist will never shy away from answering your queries.




4. Uses High-Quality Products

People love their hair – it’s a huge part of an individual’s personality and using the wrong products can ruin them for life. There are many hairstylists in the market that will try to convince you to use hair products such as creams, hair color etc. Some even try to push their products on their clients. They are least concerned about what happens to your hair once they have been paid – just to earn a few bucks on commission.

A good hairstylist will always ask for your preferred hair product, give you a few options and only with your consent, use them. Whenever you talk to a new hairstylist, ask them about the hair products they use.


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5. Convenient and Reasonable

A perfect hairstylist will always prioritize your convenience and make sure that you don’t have to do much. At Krisspi, we don’t ask you to travel all the way to our salon; it’s the other way around. Just download our app and with a few taps get a stylish new hairstyle at a reasonable price.


Time to Get Krisspi!

At Krisspi, we have the experience and expertise to transform your look. We provide a free consultation to all our clients and recommend appropriate hairstyles based on your looks, event, hair texture and lifestyle. We believe in making long-term relationships with our customers. To book your next appointment, download the app or visit our website today!


Krisspi is an On-Demand hair services company. Krisspi is like “Uber” for barbers and hairstylists. Our App is available in both iTunes and Google Play. You can also book your appointment on the web at www.krisspi.com/booknow


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We follow all CDC, federal and local guidelines on staying safe at this time. 

All Krisspi barbers and stylists will arrive at appointments wearing protective masks, equipped with hand sanitizer, and equipment sanitization materials. Following the generally accepted practices, we require your barber or stylist to wash hands often for at least 20 seconds and practice social distancing when not performing essential services.

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