Tell me how you find a stylist
Word of Mouth
I’m a firm believer that the best place to find a great hair stylist is from the people around you. Ask your friends, family, co-workers, acquaintances, or even strangers. The key is that you ask people whose hair you’d love to copy. People love to talk about their hair and if they love their stylist, they want to show her work off. Plus hair stylists love referrals (so when you visit your co-worker’s hair girl, be sure to let her know who referred you).
Looking to find other like minded people
- What are your thoughts on your hair do you love having it done?
dyslexic hair designer
Ok # hair who needs some done. My goal has always been to do the worlds hair. #Kim at Logik the Salon
This is how I feel about doing hair.
color me dyslexic
Wish I new words the way I know color inside and out! I can cut all the angles into my hair cuts and add color to acsent points bit dont ask me to spell.
Long days as a dyslexic hair designer
You know you are dyslexic when you write and post you dads obit and the minister tells you that you used the wrong form of hall as in heavy haul. opps good thing doing hair does nor take spelling!!!
My clients Idea
This dyslexic designer, Is going to find pictures of her own bad hair experiences and tell you the story’s behind them. Some story’s may not come with pic because I would have to kill you all if you got to see them. Now to purouse my moms old photo albums……. Stay tuned.
It’s hard to email when your dyslexic
I love reaching out to touch my clients via email. I have to say it can be stressful. I check and recheck every thing I do.It often cracks me up when I see the email shoot off with out the it’s and the. I have to say crap… and let it go. This is what a email could look like. HI Pat how your hair? I want to check and see. Tell me can you feel in the blanks… My life i love it!
Wear your hair with pride