How to Fix a Bad Haircut
Worst. Feeling. Ever.
‘ You’ve just paid for a bad haircut that does not look good. You don’t think you can face the world or save the hairstyle with any amount of product. The barber didn’t listen to anything you said and it’s too late, he’s chopped the hair. ‘
These are probably some of the thoughts you’ve come across. I know how you feel because I’ve been in the same situation and can relate. I should have went to search for solutions but instead I just let it grow out. During that period, I was feeling so low. I wanted to hide from everyone because of how my hair looked. This really hurt how I acted around my friends and family. I hope that no one ever shares my experience. I want to talk about how to fix a bad hair cut and here’s how you can.
Joe makes a good point while examining his hair. It’s good to examine your hair after a cut to make sure that you’re confirming the work that is being done.
He explains that usually with a haircut like Joe’s (a quiff or undercut), there should be a gradual line of cut from the front to back. He highlights that his hair is all over the place, with his fringe area being a lot longer than behind his fringe.
This disconnect makes styling your hair a lot more differently. The way the hair sits and falls will not make the style as effective. Also if Joe styled his hair, there would be a huge difference in lengths and his quiff would not look like a normal one.
If you ever feel like you can never achieve a certain style. It’s good to take a step back and see if your barber is doing a good job to set you up for that style.
If the damage is done, what do you do?
It catches us off guard when we’re left with a bad haircut. I know you have already spent money on a haircut but if it’s that bad don’t be afraid to go back and ask them to fix it. Voice your concern and they can’t say no to you. (I mean you just gave them money)
Another alternative would be to go to a salon to get expert styling cuts. The price would definitely be higher, but if it’s that bad they’re probably the ones that can help the most.
In Joe’s case, David is fixing Joe’s hair to match and create that even blend throughout the hair. Joe talks about his experience and regrets going to a random barber to get his haircut.
Take the time to find a good barber
We all had to start searching somewhere. If you’re on the look out for a new barber, why not ask your friends? Use search engines and do some research! It’s a trust thing, I would say go with a good amount of research and standard to prevent yourself from walking into a barber who might mess up your hair. Look at reviews and even phone in to ask them if they do specific styles. Remember to always do your research!
If you ever have any questions about hair, we at BluMaan are here to help you out. Also theres help from…