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Our Guide to Hair Salons in Nashville

YOUR ULTIMATE GUIDE TO NASHVILLE HAIR SALONS

Article by City Lifestyle

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Stylists at the hair salons in Nashville have hundreds of years of combined experience, so picking one might be tricky.

When you find a salon that you want to try, what questions do you ask the stylist when you get there? What inquiries do you need to make to determine if the stylist has the ability and experience to meet your wants and needs?

This article will explain all of that and more. Read on to learn about the best appropriate questions to ask your potential stylist and how to address the queries you might have.

Are You Thinking About Visiting the Hair Salons in Nashville?

Whether you are in downtown or the suburbs, the city has many hair salons to choose from; but how do you select one?

When you get to the first salon for your consultation, here is a list of initial questions to ask the stylists you meet with:

  • What type of training have you received?
  • Do you have a preferred cutting technique?
  • Do you have a portfolio of your work?
  • Do you think the style I want would work considering my hair’s color, texture, and overall health?
  • Do you have varied prices based on length or texture?

By asking these initial questions, you will get a great head start for deciding if the hair salon and stylist would work for you and your hair needs.

Black Hair Salons: Achieving the Look You Want

Dominican hair and African hair require different techniques and treatments than other types of hair. Styling options are different, as are cutting methods.

The following list of questions will be able to help you decipher which salon and stylist will best work for you:

  • What do I need to do before coming to see you at the salon?
  • Is my hair healthy?
  • What are all the treatments you will give my hair? Do I need them?
  • What is the absolute longest I can go between treatments?

But at any of the Black hair salons in Nashville, professionals specialize in caring for and treating Dominican and African hair types.

These Black hair salons in the local area will help educate you on how to best care for and treat your hair: Harlow Salon and Classic Hair Studio.

Natural Hair Salons: Fun for Adults and Children of All Ages

Going to see a natural hairstylist for your hair needs is a special time of fun and pampering. Like other types of hair, your natural hair needs special care and attention, but what questions do you ask your stylist about how to best care for it?

Ask your stylist the following list of essential questions during your next consultation:

  • What type of products do you use?
  • What is your specialty?
  • What styling options do I have?
  • Do you have any pictures?
  • How do I care for my locks at home?

By asking a hairstylist these questions, you are on your way to having and maintain the gorgeous mane you have always wanted, and the following natural hair salons will help you achieve just that: Wild Ginger SalonTrue Blue SalonNaturally You Salon, and Naturally Beautiful

Have Bouncy Curls? Curly Hair Salons in Nashville

When choosing a new one, you need to select a curly hair salon stylist carefully.

But how do you choose a curly hair stylist as opposed to a natural hairstylist?

The following questions will assist you with weeding out those curly hair salons and stylists who cannot meet your needs or fulfill the desires you have for your hair:

  • What are your areas of expertise?
  • Where did you train?
  • What curl pattern does my hair have?
  • How do you cut curly hair?
  • Is it wrong to straighten my hair?
  • What products go best with my hair’s texture, color, and needs?

Stylists and hairdressers should cut your curly hair in layers to avoid giving you the “triangle-head.”

The layered cut will evenly distribute volume about your head as well. But if your stylist does not cut your hair in layers, it will cause the top of your head to look flat while the remainder of your hair will look voluminous, thereby making you look like a triangle or pyramid.

The stylist should not cut the hair around your face the same length as the hair in the back as you want your curls to “frame” your face with a bit shorter cut in front.

The stylist should also cut layers from the top and from the front to the back. They will know that these two types of combined layers will look fantastic for your curls.

Braids and Weaves, Weaves and Braids: Braiding Hair Salons

From braids to beads, and from weaves to hair extensions, these braiding hair salons in Nashville do it all: Rockin' Braids Salon and Nya’s Natural Braiding and Beauty Salon.

Braiding is said to be bad for your hair, or is that only when someone braids your hair incorrectly? Hair extensions are said to be bad for your hair, or is that only if they get put in wrong?

These questions and more besides are essential to ask your braiding hair salon stylist, as are the following:

  • How is the health of my hair and scalp?
  • To maintain this look, when should I schedule my next appointment?
  • When it comes to braids, how tight is too tight?
  • What types of braiding styles can you do?
  • What are the best beauty and hair products out there to achieve the look I want?

There you have it. If you are in Nashville, make sure to ask the appropriate questions from the list above at any of the salons as mentioned earlier, and you are sure to choose the best salon for your hair needs, thereby avoiding going to the wrong one.

You want to walk out the door feeling fabulous, and that is only possible with the best of the best salons.

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