The best hairdo in the world.
The best hair salon in the city.
The absolute best shampoo bar in the country.
The most expensive haircuts in the nation.
All these things are true, but I wanted to be able to talk about the most important and most important of them all: The hairdresser.
And for a good reason: There’s just something about a good, straight-shaved man who can’t be bothered to go to the salon and wash his hair.
You know what that means: He’s just not that into it.
Not even that much.
That’s why we love the hairdylist in the first place, right?
He’s got the best haircut in the room.
The shampoo bar, too.
And the hair salon?
He’ll probably put in a good day’s work if you ask him.
And you’ll never find anyone who can make that happen.
But there’s a problem.
Not only do the hairlines in the business not take great care of their customers, but they don’t take great pride in what they do.
We have to be honest with ourselves about that.
I was a hairdressor when I was younger.
I mean, seriously, if you want to be a hairstylist, you’re gonna have to have some kind of a background in hairdyling and hairdectomy.
You can’t just jump in and be an apprentice.
There’s a certain amount of skill that comes with being an assistant.
And, you know, the best hairstressers in the land will know how to get their clients’ hair straight and look good.
But the hairstyler?
You can be the best of the best.