Starting together with the Honorable Mention, the cape! It’s not almost protecting your clients’ clothing from dye hair, and water. Having your own cape (provided the salon allows it), shows you are dedicated to your profession and have an expression of style. Providing extra dash and excitement speaks to both mature clients as well as of course the kids(let them pretend they really are a pampered Superb Man!), which might translate into higher damages.

Thirdly are dryers and irons. Agreeably hair dryers, curling and flat irons, a substantial type, and crimpers and rollers have their spot in your tool box undoubtedly.

Secondly are the brushing utensils, brushes and combs. They can be in your hands all day long plus work best for you and it is best to find some that are comfortable. A port, paddle, cushion, teasing, ceramic, styling, – it matters. Same goes for broad and fine tooth, styling, teasing, straightening, detangling, and straightening hair combs and picks. Locate a comfortable, well balanced comb and brush and make sure to sanitize them (eww).

Most important are the scissors. Cutting scissors, sheers, razors, and clippers. The Dr. has his stethoscope, an author their favourite pen. An Artist has a favorite brush, a Major Leaguer has his baseball bat, a wizard has his wand. A stylist has their scissors. That is where skimping having a cheap pair of scissors will haunt you. Any barber, hairdresser, or hairstylist will support the day, that a quality pair of shears and scissors will make or break. Maybe not in the first cut, or a couple hours into the day, but customers and your fingers will thank you at the close of the day. In the very best hands, inferior scissors with not supply results that are satisfactory. Michelangelo did not finger paint the Sistine Chapel, and you should not use scissors that are poor, if you would like great results.

A week’s paycheck might be traded for a top of the line pair of shears, though not mandatory. Matsuzaki, and Jaguar, Yasaka, Joewell, Nova will be the Lamborghini of shears. All these are likely unobtainable to the student, part time hairdresser, or recent grad. If it’s possible to do mobile hairdressers peterborough so try and get a sense of the scissors before buying, and consistently look for a pair that can be easily cleaned, re-sharpened, and, above all, are not comfortless.