A great hairdresser of course!
Fashions and trends always change but the elements of a great haircut are always the same. Read below for our Top 6 ways to tell if your haircut is great, or visit ou r salon in South Woodford and find out for yourself.
1. You love it!
Sounds simple but a great haircut is one that you love. Terence Andrew hairdressers will listen to what you want, ask you lots of questions that you probably hadn’t thought of, want you to provide pictures so you’re talking the same language and have the guts to tell you if it’s going to work or not!
2. Cut the weight out not the length!
Love your long locks but they’re looking ratty at the ends? Great hairdressers create great haircuts when they can create shape and remove weight without having to cut lots of layers. How many times have you come out of a salon with your hair layered to death? A great hairdresser knows how to achieve the style you’re after without creating an unmanageable mess. The only caveat to this is that if you have lots of split ends and/or heat damage from irons… a great hairdresser will tell you that they need the chop.
3. A great haircut looks great from haircut to haircut.
Our hairdressers will tell you how long your hairstyle will look fabulous for. It’s not a ploy to see you more often. So the thing about it is, if our hairdresser tells you that your hairstyle is going to last 6, 8,10 or 12 weeks, you can bet that they’ll be pretty darn accurate. If you leave it longer then you’re likely to do something drastic – like hackat it yourself!
4. A great hairdresser creates great transition hairstyles.
I want it long.
I break up with my partner and I get it cut short.
I love it short but now I want it long.
I want to go short but I’m not sure how I’ll look.
Having styled hair for as long as we have, we’veto think we’ve heard and seen it all. And having styled hair for as long as we have, we know how to do it all. So a great hairdresser can create great hairstyles no matter where you’re headed. We’ve transitioned our clients from short to long, from long to longer