4. Always ensure a client feels comfortable communicating before, during and especially after their visit.
5. A valid and effective cutting method will effortlessly support volume, texture and movement.
6. Well-honed scissor skills are far more important than products or methods.
7. The merit of a haircut lies in its ability to grow out well and be functionally flattering independent of products and styling.
8. The act of cutting hair well and living with it relies on an understanding and appreciation of its fluid and inevitable changing nature.
9. A client should always leave a booking feeling the experience itself was positive.
These days, it seems few people focus on the importance of effective communication, a functionally supportive haircut, and its ability to grow out well. Despite what it may seem, an exceptional haircut should not be the exception. It should be the norm. That statement applies to every texture of hair, in every culture the world over.