Three Tools Every Hairdresser Should Have

Beginning the cape, together with mobile hairdressers in peterborough the Honorable Mention! It is not almost protecting your clients’ clothing from hair, dye, and water. Having your personal cape (provided the salon allows it), shows you are dedicated to your profession and have an expression of personality. Providing additional dash and delight talks to both mature clients along with of course the kids(let them pretend they really are a pampered Superb Guy!), which might translate into higher compensation.

Thirdly are dryers and irons. Agreeably a sizable class, curling and flat irons, hair dryers, and crimpers and rollers have their place in your tool box without a doubt.

Second are the brushing utensils, combs and brushes. They may be in your hands all day long plus work best for you and it’s a good idea to find some that are cozy. Whether a port, paddle, pillow, teasing, ceramic, styling, – it matters. Same goes for wide and fine tooth, straightening, teasing, styling, detangling, and straightening hair combs and picks. Locate a cozy, well balanced comb and brush and ensure that you sanitize them (eww).

Most important are the scissors. Cutting scissors, sheers, clippers, and shavers. The quintessential, and tremendously iconized, “tool of the trade”. The Dr. has his stethoscope, a writer their favorite pen. An Artist has a favored brush, a Major Leaguer has his baseball bat, a guru has his wand. A stylist has their scissors. This is where you will be haunted by skimping having a cheap pair of scissors. Any barber, hairdresser, or hairstylist will verify the day that a quality pair of scissors and shears will make or break. Perhaps not at the close of the day, or a couple hours to the day, but your fingers and clients will thank you in the first trim. Even in the best hands, inferior scissors with not provide results that are satisfying. Michelangelo failed to finger paint the Sistine Chapel, and you must not use poor scissors, in case you need great results.

A week’s pay check may be traded for a top of the line set of shears, though not required. Jaguar, Yasaka, Joewell, Nova, and Matsuzaki are the Lamborghini of shears, reaching over $400 a pair. All these are probably unobtainable to part time hairdresser, the pupil, or recent grad. A set of Vincent, C-Mon, Fromm, and Dovo if possible, would create a fantastic compromise. If at all it’s possible to do so try to get a feel for the scissors before buying, and constantly look for a pair which can be readily cleaned, re-sharpened, and, above all, are comfortable.