How to deal with bad haircut


How to deal with bad haircut

How to deal with bad haircut

Prevent a Bad Haircut From Happening in the First Place

Getting a bad haircut can be disappointing and frustrating; however, there are some easy ways to help yourself feel better by fixing or hiding problem areas. You can choose to get your hair fixed into a cut that you like better, or you can let your hair grow out while doing a few things to hide what you don’t like about it. You can also take some preventative measures to avoid getting a haircut you’re unhappy with in the future.

The best way to manage a bad haircut is to avoid getting one in the first place. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and all that jazz.

How long has it been since your last haircut? Is this normally how long you go between cuts? (Gives the barber an idea of how much length to take off.)

Are you wanting to stick with the same basic style or are you looking to change it up?

(During this time, the barber should also be combing through your hair, looking for any bumps, potential problem areas, difficult growth patterns, etc.)

How much time do you spend styling your hair? or What’s your morning hair styling routine look like? (Gives the barber insight into whether you blow-dry, use product, etc., allowing him to recommend an appropriate look or recommend a different style.)

What do you like about your current hairstyle? Is there anything you don’t like or would like to change? Any areas of your hair that give you issues? (Lets the barber know areas that you’re particularly sensitive to, such as a difficult swirl in the back that sticks up if it gets too short, ect.)

~ Try a mental flip. Maybe it’s not as bad as you think ~
~Get a second opinion and maybe a second haircut ~
~Deal with unwanted layers~
~ Let your bangs star ~
~Embrace your curling iron and rollers~
~Emphasize volume and body~…
~Rethink your styling routine~
~ Consider updating your color~

Be Assertive and Speak Up During Your Haircut, When your barber asks you these in-progress questions, be honest. Don’t just mumble your assent because you’re shy.

What to Do When Your Haircut Is Finished, and It’s Still Bad

Let’s say you did all of the above, and you’re still not happy with your haircut when the barber does the final reveal and asks you how it looks.

How to deal with bad haircut

To correct a cut, usually you’ll need to go shorter. Sometimes, you’ll need to reset things entirely by going all the way down to a buzz cut. But look on the bright side

If after asking your barber to correct your bad cut, it still looks bad, visit another shop and see what a different barber or stylist might be able to do for you.




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