Fox Den Salon
How to Find Your Hairstylist Soulmate
A client-hairstylist relationship is a unique form of intimacy.
You enter the salon. You sit in a chair for hours and make small talk with a stranger. A stranger who wields sharp objects close to your face.
By the end of your hair appointment, your stylist is not just a stylist but also a healer, a therapist, a friend, and a soulmate. You know what we mean, they just…get you.
And more importantly, they get your hair.
Still looking for your hairstylist soulmate? Here are some tips for finding the best match:
1. Ask Around
Sometimes, the best way to find a good stylist is to ask around. If you see someone with a haircut or style you love, don’t hesitate to ask. As a hairstylist, we love referrals!
2. Find Your Products
Is there a certain shampoo or hair mask you can’t get enough of? Find a salon that carries your products and go from there. Not sure what your favorite products are? Ask your stylist at your next appointment, or ask a friend about their preferred hair care products.
3. Know Your Values
What are the things that matter most to you? Maybe it’s sustainability, maybe it’s inclusion. Find a salon that shares your values. Chances are, you’ll have a lot to chat about with the hairstylists at the salon, which will make your hair appointment all the more enjoyable.
4. Book A Consultation
Book a consultation with a stylist to go over your hair care routine and goals. A consultation is your chance to see if you feel the hairdresser understands what you want. It may seem like an extra step, but it will be worth it.
5. Say ‘I do!’
Now all that’s left is to take the leap and try that new cut or style with your new bestie!
Schedule an appointment at Fox Den Salon today and step into summer with a fresh haircut, new look, and more confidence.
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It is with great respect and humility that we acknowledge that we gather and create on the traditional land of the Dakota people and the many other tribes that have stewarded it for generations. This beautiful and often complicated city has been the ancestral home to the Dakota people, as well as a home to the Ojibwe (Anishinaabeg), Ho-Chunk, Cheyenne, Oto, Iowa, Sauk and Meskwaki people over generations. The continual strategic disenfranchisement of the colonial settlers on the native peoples of this land have diminished but not deterred the capacity for acknowledgement of the many gifts, strengths, voices, and achievements of the indigenous people that have come before, as well as those that remain in our communities.
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