Practice and demonstrate these five-minute hairstyles with your clients and save them time getting ready in the morning.
At the end of a hair appointment, you might be tempted to simply blow out, curl or straighten your client’s hair with a few passes of the flat iron. However, you could also teach them a hairstyle that can keep your hard work looking great until their next appointment!
Practice and demonstrate these five-minute hairstyles with and on your clients. With the amount of time saved using your tips and tricks, they’re sure to come back ranting and raving about how you changed their hair routines for good.
Double Twist- Add dimension in seconds with this double twist that incorporates a looping technique and a few clear hair elastics. The trick is to leave out some face-framing pieces before you start the twists. Now, get to work with this tutorial from Kirsten Zellers.
All-Time Fave Topknot- Get this look by separating hair into eight separate two-strand twists and pinning to a middle section. You’ll need leave-in conditioner to manipulate your client’s strands as you create this seriously easy hairstyle from Essence Magazine.
Low Chignon- Chances are you’ve probably seen a tutorial or two from The Small Things Blog on Pinterest. Send your clients home with this pretty hairstyle and have them watch more videos from this wonderful stylist-turned-blogger.
Head Scarf Updo Tutorial from Elizabeth on Vimeo.
Head Scarf Updo- If your thick-haired, curly clients’ tresses take forever to dry, this head scarf look might be just the ticket to get them out the door in time. You’ll need a head scarf, bobby pins, and a small hair tie to create this look from Liz at The Brave Life.
Knotted Bun- Show your clients how to loosen up a bun for a voluminous feel with this how-to from Once Wed.
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