Hair has no gender
I proudly respect all of my clients equally and thus allow the same amount of time and attention for every head of hair.
In this new era of gender fluidity it I want to make sure my pricing reflects the chosen service and my experience level as a stylist, not the gender you identify as.
Not only do I believe that this is a fairer and more inclusive way of doing things, I also feel it’s necessary because of how hair trends are changing.
It’s common in my salon to have women with short crops and men with longer hair. Some shorter haircuts can often require more time, skill and precision than longer haircuts.