Getting a regular haircut is one of the most important things you can do to keep your hair healthy. Frequent trims are essential if you want your hair to grow, especially after the summer. The longer you go without cutting your hair, the higher the split ends grow. If you want to keep your hair longer or have it grow longer, have your stylist lightly trim your ends every three months.
Every six to eight weeks, depending on your hairstyle. Hair grows an average of half an inch each month, so keep that in mind when scheduling your services.
Men should get a haircut as often as they need to maintain their current hairstyle. Every four to six weeks is ideal.
You can prepare for a haircut by arriving at your appointment a few minutes early, coming with clean, dry hair and combing your hair out ahead of time (to make things a little easier on your stylist).
Between 45 and 60 minutes, depending on if you add any services onto your appointment. A dry haircut will typically hit the 45-minute mark — but a wash, cut and style appointment will take between 60 and 75 minutes.
A simple haircut typically includes brushing, dampening hair with water mist and cutting the hair. Not all haircut appointments include washing and styling. Book a cut, wash and styling appointment if you’re looking for a more comprehensive service. Most ClassPass providers will list what’s included in each service on their ClassPass page, so visit their page for more information.
You should tip between 20 and 30% of the total services cost for your haircut. Depending on the studio, a tip will add an additional $5 and $20 to your service costs.
Any qualified, licensed barber or hairstylist will give you a great haircut. We also recommend reading reviews, asking questions and being clear about what you want to ensure you get exactly what you want.
The cost of a haircut will vary depending on the hairstyle, length of appointment and your location. On average haircuts will cost between $20 and $70.