Minneapolis area salon offers tips for changing your barber

Minneapolis area salon offers tips for changing your barber

Is your barber just not cutting it? Here is advice from Woody Theis, hair director of JUUT Salonspa:

  • Realize that breaking up makes you more uncomfortable than the barber.
  • Write a break-up note to the barber explaining that you've decided to transfer to a different hair dresser, even if your new stylist is across town. That way, you'll feel less awkward if you have a chance meeting. Be straightforward in your note, but kind, and be sure to say "Thank you," for past good service.
  • Don't lose your temper or snub your stylist and salon owner. You may want to use their services again someday.
  • And remember: Simply consulting with a different barber about new styles isn't cheating. You don't have to break up. Share those new ideas that intrigue you with your own stylist. He or she may well appreciate a fresh perspective.

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