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Published on: 24 Nov 2016 by kathywheat
Back in the early 20th century, you could head down to your local barber’s shop once a week for a trim and a chat with your buddies. It might not be surprising if you have never had the opportunity to experience this first hand, as most men these days have never stepped foot in a barber’s shop. You might be a regular at a saloon or a discount hair cut shop maybe, but that hardly compensates for a barber’s shop.The good news is that barber shops are coming back, and in a big way too. Here are a few tips to make the best of your first visit to a Montreal barber shop.
Be Clear Of What Your Needs Are
A barber shop is run by professional who are well versed in handling the various hair styling tools. Sharp razors, scissors and clippers working in tandem to create a style that suits your personality and convenience. However, barbers are no mind readers. Make sure you know exactly what you need before you step into a barber’s shop. Having a picture of your desired hair cut handy works wonders.
Moreover, your desired hair style, via a West Island haircut, might not suit your hair type. In such a case, pay heed to your barber’s advice. He will set you up with a suitable hair style that is a fine trade-off between what you want and what suite you best.
Be On Time
Most barber shops need you to take a prior appointment. When you do get an appointment, make sure to be there on time. A good West Island haircut takes time, and you running late to your appointment will either result in the barber needing to make hasty decisions on your hair cut, and the conflicting schedule will definitely impact the clients after you!
Try to make an appointment earlier or during the midday. Barbers are on their feet for most of the day, and it can induce fatigue in even the most experienced of barbers. An early schedule will result in a quicker, more efficient service than one that is set up late at night.
Clean Your Hair
Although the barber will give you a prewash, it is always recommended that you wash your hair before you visit your barber. You should also make sure that the rest of you is clean as well. A barber will spend over 15- 30 minutes working on your hair, and there is no reason to have him work through bad body odor throughout your appointment. So, are you ready to visit a Montreal barber shop and get the haircut of your choice? Just keep the above mentioned tips in mind and you will be ready to rock.