The 10 Polite Habits Hairstylists Think Are Rude

Showing Up Early: It’s common courtesy to attend an appointment early — or is it.

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Offering Help: When we follow the logic of day-to-day etiquette, offering help is polite and charming. 

Not Giving Guidance: Sometimes, we go to the same hairstylist for so long that they can tell us what we want without guidance.

Not Washing Your Hair Before Your Appointment: You may not consider this one polite (hint: it’s not). 

Adding More Product to Your Hair: You’re sitting there getting dolled up by your stylist, but you need more hair gel on your bangs, so grab it from the bottle.

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Badmouthing the Hairstylist’s Work: Have you ever had a bad cut? You were probably quiet and upset and wanted to leave the salon immediately.

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Oversharing: This one is the opposite of clamming up and leaving in a huff.

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Taking Selfies While the Stylist Works: If you can’t wait to share your new do on Instagram, we get it — and so does your stylist. 

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Burying Your Face in Your Phone: We get it; you may be a shy introvert. You hate chit-chat and want the thing over with.

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Dusting off Your Hair: Cleaning up after ourselves is normally considered polite.

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