One of the biggest compliments I’ve gotten in my career is that I’m consistent. Although I wish the word “consistent” were frilly and exciting or grand, alas I love that consistent perfectly describes the service and quality that you will all get when you are sitting in my chair. Consistency means, to me, never having to fear your hair person is having a bad day and will hack your hair up.

With that said, consistency can challenging. My job isn’t only to do hair, it’s to love the purpose of beauty and deliver that love to each one of my clients. I take pride in developing  relationships with my clients so I can understand them,and the hair they need, better. I teach folks how to manage their hair in their busy lives. I show people you don’t have to sacrifice and ignore the outer you to be a better inner you. The two can, and should, live together in harmony. I know the ins and outs of hair so well I’ve cultivated and maintained consistency, there is a formula to being great at your job (any job), and It’s start by letting go of being a “know it all”.  The more you know the more people you can work with, the more you can work with the more people you can help, the more people you can help the better you and your bank account will feel. Yes I mentioned money, I’m not greedy, just truthful and realty based.

To help see if your stylist can be consistent, try finding a picture of a haircut that you’d be interested in.  Ask for the same haircut three visits in a row (make sure you bring the same picture each time). You being committed to one style for a longer period of time will help test your stylist ability to recreate a hair do you love. If by the end of the third haircut you feel like your hair person gets it, your in! You’ve found your mothership. If you’re feeling a bit underwhelmed and slightly disappointed you have my permission to find a new stylist.