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If you are looking for a new hairstyle, but are feeling anxious about cutting your locks, these tips might make the experience a little less hair-raising!
Beauty and lifestyle expert Maria Antoinette suggests contacting your salon and asking which day of the week is the slowest and scheduling your appointment for that day.
Tera from the TReSs Apothecary Salon tells us that is it never a good idea to make a major hair change during an emotional crisis. She also suggests not cutting off your hair while pregnant or make a major color change during a breakup
Another tip useful tip comes from Michelle Schwartz, of hairfixla, who says in addition to bringing photos of haircuts you do like to also bring shots of hairdos that do not work for you. She says this will help your stylist determine what works best for you and your lifestyle.
The Doctors also suggest trying out one of the many transformation apps that allow you to see how you will look with different colors or styles.