No More Bad Haircuts
How to Spot a Winner
A good haircut has correct proportions, as well as hair that looks and acts great. The cut should be manageable and grow out effortlessly, looking its best even when you're due for a trim.
Also, you should be able to discern the shape of a cut, and hair should look appealing in its natural state, before it is styled.
Remember, dissatisfaction with a haircut may be more of a problem with the styling than with the actual cut. If you are unable to re-create the look you had in the salon, schedule a follow-up how-to lesson with your stylist.
To learn more about Mark Garrison and his New York City salon, go to Markgarrisonsalon.com.