Hairdressers are most annoyed by these 5 things

18 Apr 2021Updated: 4 hours ago | 52 people are reading

Hairdressers are most annoyed by these 5 things

© Editorial Marie Claire Hairdressers are the most annoyed by these 5 things

Your hairdresser has a very important role in your life, so it's better to keep them as a friend, because they ultimately ensure that you go about the street with your haircut . Even though most hairdressers always seem cheerful and friendly, sometimes they can be very annoyed by their customers, perhaps even by you. These are the 5 things that annoy hairdressers the most.

1. The know-it-all

Hairdressers can sometimes be extremely annoyed by customers who know everything better. They have been cutting for years and sometimes even 15 people a day, they know what they are doing.

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2. Customers who are constantly calling

Customers who have to pick up their phone once is really no problem, and twice is still possible. But if you are constantly calling, you are hampering the work of your hairdresser enormously. You are automatically less focused on what your stylist says to you and you also distract your stylist.

3. Ask if only cutting the dots is also cheaper

No. Only cutting the dots is not cheaper. Your hairdresser or hairdresser is just as busy with just your dots as with cutting a very large piece of your hair. So the same amount of time for less money would be a bit crazy.

4. Customers looking at you while washing

It is mainly men who do it, looking at the hairdresser while washing the hair. You lie with your head in a large sink and your hairdresser or hairdresser hangs above you. You can imagine that it is not very pleasant for your hairdresser when you are staring. #Creepy

5. Customers who suddenly change plans

Hairdressers can also be very annoyed by people who suddenly want to change their plan. The hairdressers have taken into account a certain amount of time per customer in advance, for example they have lost twenty minutes at side points and at least three hours for your entire hairdo. If you want to have your hair dyed last minute instead of just cutting it, your stylist will generally panic slightly.