Tuesday, December 30, 2008

THE RIGHT CUT TO GET THE JOB DONE


CAN YOUR HAIR GIVE YOU A BETTER SHOT AT THE JOB YOU WANT?

How many times have you heard, "No not that guy, the other one, oh you mean the one with the Mullet haircut! Yeah that one." DO YOU KNOW that some one can have a full judgment of you without you even speaking but by just looking at your head? As you already know there are so many aspects to getting ready for the "dream job interview" and one of the first things we should get is a hair cut. Well lets talk about this for a minute, what does your hair cut look like? Is it reminiscent of today's man (no back to front mullets please). Does the person who is interviewing you say, “Nice guy, good resume, he spoke well BUT his image was not quite what we were looking for.”

This happens daily in the work place and the next victim could be you!! No matter what your job is, looking good important (and the ladies dig it too). The big difference between a good haircut and a bad haircut is that a good cut should work for your face shape and your hair texture. And men know better than anyone that product also plays a big part in any great cut (especially the bad cuts).


I have a huge male clientele that range from young actors, musicians, bartenders and executives, you name it. Guys no matter what you do for a living, you got to give some TLC to your hair.

HERE ARE SOME TIPS ON WHATS HAIR-APPROPRIATE FOR THE JOB

THE DO'S

1) Ask yourself, how long have I had this cut? Honestly? If it’s more than 5 years then you are long over due for a change.

2) If you feel your stylist maybe a bit old fashioned or you feel it’s time for a change then you may want to consider a new hair stylist.

3) Look around and when you see a hair cut you like ask where thy had it done, you may have found the answer!

4) Talk to your stylist about the image you would like to give and how you would like your hair to represent you. Also talk about hair hygiene and what is the right shampoos, conditioners and styling products.

5) Start pre-booking your appointments. We all have some type of digital calendar in our pockets. Put it to good use.

6) Embrace hair loss and start wearing your hair shorter.

THE DON TS

1) If you get a 15 minute hair cut chances are you look it, its take more time than that to produce a cut that would last and look like some TLC went into it.

2) Don't be ashamed to say good bye to your stylist. It’s OK. He or she will get over it.

3) Please do not take your nose trimmers and try to fix your sideburns, leave it to the professionals.

4) Stay away from terms like feathered, Mullet, frosted and fades. Leave the Marine cuts for the Marines.

The key thing is to really understand the importance of having great hair cut is knowing that it suits your face shape, its versatile and most importantly YOU CAN DO IT YOURSELF!!

Copyright © 2008 Antonio Gonzales, All Rights Reserved

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