Instagram is the most important channel for stylists and their clients. High-quality photos that show off your work will fill your appointment book.
Do barbers hate when you show them a picture?
They're also bad at knowing the precise name of an exact style, and which length trimmer they like. A picture is worth 1000 words and will make sure you both agree on what you're “seeing” when you ask for a style. I like to have a picture shown to me, and most barbers like to have a picture shown to them.
Is it rude to show a barber a picture?
Always show a photo example to your barber, as there's no better way to get the hairstyle you want than showing a photo of a cut that at least, looks similar. It's always best to choose a photo where the model in the picture has a similar hair texture to your own.
Can you show a picture to a hairstylist?
Brittaney suggests “finding two to three photos that are similar in color, cut, or style” to show your hairstylist. Bringing too many photos to flip through will make it difficult for both you and your stylist. Save yourself the headache and stick to two or three reference photos for your next hair appointment.
Should you bring pictures to a haircut?
Bring a picture (but only of your hair) Barbers are visual people and pictures really help barbers visualize what you're looking for in a haircut and serve as a great guide. There's a catch though — the best photo you can bring in to show your barber is a picture of yourself after a haircut that you really liked.
How do I ask my hairdresser to style my hair?
Use the Right Lingo For example, say how many inches you'd like off, or if you want a hard or soft cut. If you want layers, don't just say you want short layers or long layers—let your hairstylist know you'd like short layers in one place and longer layers in another.