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Davies Palace: Here are 4 things you should be looking out for in a good barber

It’s quite easy to make sure your
haircut is perfect every time but it can also be super tricky at times.

A beautiful barbering space with
modern equipment doesn’t assure you of the impeccable haircut.

It’s best to check out some
pertinent things before you sit in silence for the perfect haircut. All that’s
required is a little bit of forethought and a few key facts to look out from
the barber.

Pulse.com.gh and Davie’s Palace brings to you key things to look out for that promises you
leaving the barbering shop with the dazzling haircut.

1. Hygiene

There’s nothing worse than a
barber with bad hygiene.

play First impression is everything

You can be sure of walking out
that barbering shop looking like a train wreck if that hair parlor is a
complete mess with filth.

First impression is everything.
If the environment is neat, at least you sure of walking out with a clean cut.

2. Conversation

A good barber will sometimes ask
questions all on their own, but if not, take a proactive approach.

play A good barber will sometimes ask questions all on their own

After all, it’s your hair. Every
conservative barber is a promising barber when he starts asking very helpful
questions like: how long has been since your most recent haircut? how you want
your hair to look?

You realize he desires to give
you the perfect look the moment he starts probing.

3. Attention

Unless it’s an emergency, he
should try and avoid taking phone calls mid-haircut.

play Unless it’s an emergency, he should try and avoid taking phone calls mid-haircut

The barber should also wait until
he is done finished to text or update his Facebook status. Imagine him getting
interrupted every two minutes whilst doing his day job.

Yeah, we didn’t think you’d like
it.

4. Recommendations

Ten times out of nine, this is
very helpful.

play Every conservative barber is a promising barber when he starts asking very helpful questions

Be sure of having that stunning
haircut from recommendations; possibly from friends and family. A good barber
is mostly advertised by word of mouth when you have never witnessed his work.

Don’t take that risk if you
haven’t heard one or two praises from others.

This post is sponsored by Davie’s Palace, a
full-service hair parlour in East Legon, Accra. Call them on 020 3934 200 for
more inquiries

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